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Posted · Ultimaker did well in huge 3D printer comparison (over 100,000 test prints!)

I don't need any replacement parts yet, my printer is still fairly new. And I am sure that at some point I will need a replacement teflon tube as it seems obvious that this is a part that will wear out. Several people have mentioned this.

Replacing the nozzle seems rather straightforward and not too difficult.

Hopefully I will never need a new heater or temperature sensor.

 

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    Posted · Ultimaker did well in huge 3D printer comparison (over 100,000 test prints!)

    I broke mine while replacing the nozzle. The set screw was stuck in the nozzle and so I broke the connections while using force on the screw. They are quite sensitive.

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