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leon-knook

Nieuwe feeder geprint

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Met gloednieuwe U2 machine meerdere keren problemen gehad met de feeder. Op advies van Blizz de draad gevolgd over deze hack. De open versie van Robert sprak mij erg aan.

Geprint met PLA, koud bed, 210 graden, 30%vulling, snelheid 40.

Ik heb M3-draad gekocht en deze gebruikt voor om de veer te spannen, het tweede boutje is een M3 16mm met wat extra ringetjes om het boutje niet aan de achterkant te laten uitsteken. Op de foto is dat het boutje met de gleuf ipv imbus. die kon ik niet krijgen in die maat bij de bouwmarkt.

Groet,

Leon.

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http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/4393-ultimaker2-feeder-system-improvements-and-ideas/

 

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