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um2 - what is the model num of the feeder screws?

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Posted · um2 - what is the model num of the feeder screws?

You mean the four screws that hold it to the motor? Those are ISO 7380 M3x25 screws. Also known as "button head" screws.

 

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Posted · um2 - what is the model num of the feeder screws?

Would be nice to use M3 standoffs so the motor always stays attached, then the feeder could be removed independently. But then the feeder would sit further away from the back panel and not align with the knobbed wheel anymore. Could countersink the standoffs... but not sure I want to hack on the back panel like that.

 

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Posted · um2 - what is the model num of the feeder screws?

You mean the four screws that hold it to the motor? Those are ISO 7380 M3x25 screws. Also known as "button head" screws.

 

Hello Robert! The exact code of the extruder motor and 'perhaps have this ?? : 42BYGHW609, you can check the exact code on Ultimaker 2 ??? Thanks so much ! Alessandro

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