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Packing an Ultimaker 2 for a cross-country move.

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I am moving from Florida to Colorado, and of course I will be leaving all my stuff - including my Ultimaker 2 - in the (dubious) hands of Allied Movers ...

As we all know, moving companies feel that "Fragile" and "Handle with Care" are merely vague guidelines rather than instructions.

Of course I don't have any of the original packing that came with my Ultimaker 2. So what do I need to do to close it down for packing (e.g. positioning of the head etc), and what is the best way of packing it all up (including the glass bed etc).

Thanks for any help.

Rob

 

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