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I am saving money to order a ultimaker original plus :):)

i am sorry if i posted this in the wrong place. any place that is better to ask?

but i think i maybe should order some spare parts to so i dont have to wait if something breaks :)

I know i should buy a couple of nozles.

but what other spare parts should i buy?

 

my spareparts list looks like this

1x belts pack

1x bowden tube

1x knurled drive bolt kit v3

1xheater cartridge

1x pt100 b sensor

1x hot end pack

2x hot end isolator coupler

1x hot end isolator tube

2x nozzle

1x peek isolator

is there something you guys would buy more of or dont buy?

 

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I bough also a lot of stuff just in case. I think you might be overding it. An extra nozzle pack it's nice. Maybe a nozzle if you plan to use abrasive filaments. This machine it's trully well engineered. Just in case buy a pack of m3 bolts of different sizes. They come in handly if you want to print a second fan or mod stuff. If you plan to add a second extruder on umo+ plan to buy a 280w power supply. With the stuff you are buying you could almost already do it.

Oh btw. Buy a pair of needle nose plier. They come in handly

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