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SandervG

Ulti-evening 6h of October 2014

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Hi Everyone,

 

Soon it is time for the next Ulti-evening.

Because last edition was such a success we want to keep the interactive part as the core of the ulti-evening.

This time it means we will teach you how to do various and efficient maintenance on your Ultimaker in record time. We will have members of our technical support & repair centre with us!

If you want to know all the tips and tricks, ins and outs and the ropes.. be there!

 

We will also bring some spare parts for those who are in immediate need!

 

This workshop will be mainly focussed on the Ultimaker 2.

If you have a special request about a part or Ultimaker Original let me know!

 

Some more practical information about upcoming Ulti-evening:

 

Date: 6-10-2014

Time: 17.00 - 22.00

Location: ProtoSpace, Utrecht

 

17.00 - 18.00 Arrival (bring your Ultimaker) and order food if you are hungry.

18.00 - 18.30 Short introduction

18.30 - 19.00 Food

19.00 - 22.00 Repair & Printing time!

 

Looking forward seeing you there!

 

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Titus: Imo it simply is because most people buy their UM2 assembled and have a lot less hands on experience with tinkering on it. I can hardly imagine that UM won't have another eve dedicated to the UMO.

Btw: I am loving this and will be there for sure!

Small question: Paying for the spare parts, will that be a cash only affair?

 

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@ Titus, everyone from Ultimaker is equally skilled on the UMO as well, so if you have any questions just ask!

And what blizz said, and also because most have build the UMO, so there is less of a barrier to take it apart if needed. It is just a different experience then the UM2.

About the spare parts, if you want to order some let me know.

For the 'tutorial', we will probably just bring some.

 

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I take my UMO with me I have extrusion problems with grey colorfab filament. So having a evening with service and maintenance might fit well. Haven't figured out what it is. Actually I don't think it is the colorfab filament being the guilty one since it is good filament. But after some time printing it just does not want to extrude anymore. When I stop the print I can extrude again.... So I am thinking my hotend temperature is incorrect while printing. Still need to debug that. Did some ABS prints before and they worked well.

So I will be around.

 

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