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the online wiki is very good and pay good attention to the orientation of your parts when you assemble them !

Everything should click together nicely... Be extra careful about assenblying the wood parts of the hotend... there are two that are very delicate !

But... we are always here willing to help :-)

Ian :-)

 

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Yeah sorry, it is an UM1. I got it going. Just a little more daunting than I thought. Just put the ulticontroller together. Even have the doodle3d working on my network.

This was from last night:

first print montage

 

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No, it was ALL day with some started the night before.... Probably equivalent to three evenings depending on how much time is an "evening". I've guessing took me something like 18 hours. I have a bad back and poor workspace so probably took 30% longer than it should have.... And I really need to put tools away so I don't spend 30 minutes looking for a damn hammer.

 

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What the hell? You put the whole thing together in one day? It took me at least 3 evenings (I forget).

 

That's because you didn't drink a coffee when the assembly instructions indicated... :wink:

 

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