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Replacement Tip in USA

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I looked at the site but did not see any tips. I sent out an email however.

Unfortunately, the time it takes for shipping, plus the cost, is just not in range.

I am looking at getting these replacements from Amazon though. It should work just fine eh?



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no those are UM original, not for UM2.

I do hope for you guys in the US that fbrc8 will soon get spareparts as its really silly to have to order at huge shipping cost. It may have to do with the fact that there are also no spare parts (UM2 nozzle) available in the Netherlands atm ... (look at UM web store).

to get to know the parts of your machine look at the assembly manual here;



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Next time I order something from Ultimaker I'll get a load of those and offer 15$ shipping to everyone in North America.

Is it considered reselling if you resell for 0$ profit??

I would gladly do it if UM dont mind. :D


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