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Is it possible to know which is the Printer's model by it's serial number? (SOLVED)

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Posted (edited) · Is it possible to know which is the Printer's model by it's serial number? (SOLVED)

Hello Folks!

I'm trying to use an Ultimaker that is available at a public hub.
I don't know which model is it, there is no indication at the carcass.
But there is a serial number.

Do you know if it is possible to know which model is this 3D printer by it's serial number?

Thank you very much for your time.

Greetings,

 

Ortiz

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Posted · Is it possible to know which is the Printer's model by it's serial number? (SOLVED)

When you make a picture and post it here, it would be easier and faster I think.

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Posted · Is it possible to know which is the Printer's model by it's serial number? (SOLVED)

Hi Smithy!

 

Here are some pictures

 

A.JPG

B.JPGC.JPG

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Posted · Is it possible to know which is the Printer's model by it's serial number? (SOLVED)
21 minutes ago, chicortiz said:

Hi Smithy!

 

Here are some pictures

 

A.JPG

B.JPGC.JPG

 

That's the Ultimaker Original, in other words the first Ultimaker 3D Printer.

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Posted (edited) · Is it possible to know which is the Printer's model by it's serial number? (SOLVED)

As said, this is an Ultimaker Original (not the Ultimaker Original +). When you add it as a new printer in Cura, you will be asked if it has a Heated Bed installed. It doesn't, from the looks of it.

 

This printer was originally named "Ultimaker", before the Ultimaker 2 was released. Then the previous model was renamed to "Ultimaker Original".

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Posted · Is it possible to know which is the Printer's model by it's serial number? (SOLVED)

Thank you very much guys! 🙂

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