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Ultimaker Original CAD - Files and Assembly instruction

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Hello!

 

Please excuse me, if this Thread is in the wrong Section, i am new to this Form.

 

In the summer holidays i want to build my own Ultimaker Original. The last days i was looking for the CAD - Files and the assembly instructions but im confused.

I cannot find an assembled Version of the Ultimaker Original in the github expository. I only found the Ultimaker2 Folder with an Assembled Version, but this Version looks really like the Ultimaker Original. Which one is the correct version of the Ultimaker Original or just don’t exist an assembled Version of the Ultimaker Original?

Really confusing!

 

Also i wanted to ask, if this is the correct Assembly for the Ultimaker Original: http://wiki.ultimaker.com/Ultimaker_rev.3_assembly:_Frame

 

Thank you very much!

Nice greetings from Austria!

 

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