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kevin-cunningham

new owner of um2 in calgary alberta canada!

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thank you everyone, i'm super stoked about the strong community around the ultimaker and the openness of the platform so that the community can make improvements on an already solid printer.

i was having problems with my feeder right out of the gate, spent the weekend trying to figure out the art of 3d printing. i did see |robert| had created an alternative feeder and was having a heck of a time getting it to print one out. but i got it finally (i had to babysit the print, manually put pressure when the clicking of the feeder started) got it to print out and installed it. wow! what a difference!

so even though there may not be many if any ultimaker users in calgary yet (maybe i can change that :) ) i'm gland to be part of the greater community in this forum!

the next upgrade i want to make is the brushless fan so my wife doesn't kill me cuz of the noise ;)

 

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