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Posted · UM2 material feeder removal

Hi guys,

I had to remove the cover off my material feeder to un jam my PLA. The reverse function wouldn't grab it, just kept spinning / grinding.

Tthe cover came off easily enough, but it seems the screws holding the cover on, also hold the feeder motor in place! so, now the motor is loose, and I can't get my hands in there to line it back up to put the screws and cover back in.

Seems like a bit of a silly design, as ultimately, at some point, you'll need to remove the feeder cover.

Anyone had this issue?


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    Posted · UM2 material feeder removal

    Actually this is a good design decision. Thanks too this decision the center of the motor is always well alligned for good extrusion.

    I also had some challenge getting the motor back in the right place after I had too refix the grindwheel since it has come loose.

    A bit of challenge is not always that bad, and not having too many holes in the cover and integrating different functionalities into one screw is something good I think.


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    Posted · UM2 material feeder removal

    I have a feeling, it's the same story there... cover screws also holding the servo motor in place? I didnt want to half dissasemble a brand new printer for the sake of removing some stuck filament.



    You could always take the rear left servo motor cover off. And you can leave it off if you want. I suspect it's only to make things look pretty.


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