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rarena8690

Need to find replacement button for Ulticontroller of UM Original

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Hi Everybody,

I recently purchased a UM original. I need to replace the knob in the Ulticontroller. My hopes were that I could just de-solder the current potentiometer/pushbutton and replace it with a new one. Does anybody know what type of button this is and where I can purchase it?

I really need this to use the conroller!

Thank you very much a please help!

rarena8690

 

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According to the BOM the encoder is:

EC11E15244B2 729-5609 ALPS EC11E15244B2 20mm Vertical encoder 15 Pulses 30 DET

The second number is the RS partnumber.

If you just need the actual knob it is available as a STEP file so that you can print it:

https://github.com/Ultimaker/UltimakerOriginal/tree/master/1129_Knob

 

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