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AA 0.4 print core for U3E sold out everywhere, temporary or permanent?

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My guess is that it depends on where you are. Here in the US, there is no shortage.


Where are you? I would think supply lines would vary country by country and you just got shorted on luck at the moment.


As for being phased out, I would doubt it as it is part of the UM3 and S5 series required parts. And, although expensive, a really nice piece of engineering that solves a lot of issues.

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1 hour ago, sajawors said:

weird. i swear that was out of stock last night. I looked specifically at matter hackers and a couple of other places. >_> thanks.

Puhleazeeeeee......my life is nothing BUT a weird set of inconsistencies like that. 😂


But, Printed Solid and 3D Universe are out though......


and, yer welcome 🙂


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