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Posted · Expanded Build Space with UMO Heated Bed?

Don't know about a UMO+.

The standard UMO Lexan buildplate is 240x240mm, the heated bed glass is 230x255.

But buildvolume is restricted by the printhead hitting the bearing blocks, that wont change with a heated bed.


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Posted · Expanded Build Space with UMO Heated Bed?

The X,Y build volume is exactly the same. You can get a bit more build volume (about 20 to 25mm - the distance between nozzles) with the dual extruder kit and you use the right nozzle to get the right edge of the part and left nozzle for the left edge.

The Z distance might be a little larger or smaller after installing the kit. Not sure.


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