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Lost in the Github for UM2+.... just trying to figure out correct names for parts - please help


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Posted · Lost in the Github for UM2+.... just trying to figure out correct names for parts - please help

Hi - I was pointed to the Git repository as a good place to start in terms of learning about a UM2+ machine I'm trying to repair.   I looked over the UM2 repo, and there was a nice PDF with parts for each module, with names and part numbers... just what I was looking for.   However most of what I have to figure out how to describe is on the hot-end / heat block section which is different from the 2+ and 2, so I went to the UM2+ repo and all I see are .STEP files for each part and nothing that looks like the PDF with the parts descriptions and pictures that was in the UM2 repo.

 

Can anybody help me find what I'm looking for.  The more videos I watch it seems like people toss around a lot of different names for the same part, so before I come back with specific questions about specific parts, I want to make sure I know what I'm looking at and use the correct names for things.

 

Thanks!

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    Posted (edited) · Lost in the Github for UM2+.... just trying to figure out correct names for parts - please help
    14 hours ago, IRobertI said:

     

    Does such a PDF also exist for the UM2 (without plus)?

     

    UPDATE: Never mind, I found it at https://cdn.webshopapp.com/shops/272930/files/318145754/photobook-um2.pdf 

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