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Buying spare parts not avalible in the store

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Hey,

Is there another method or company that sells spare parts for a UM1?

I tried going through the support.ulktimaker.com creating a ticket, but so far it has been assigned to 2 different people and none of them have responded to my request.

Im looking for 1.6.7 electronics with out the steppers and then i need to add a new powersupply.

Un till i replace these parts i have a non working um, so if any one knows when i can source these from id love to know.

Cheers

Kym

 

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You could try fbrc8.com - they are officialy reseller of UM parts for USA but their web store doesn't list much and they might not service canada and they might not stock UMO parts. But I recommend sending them an email just to find out.

You can get this board from other sellers - it's close enough to a standard reprap ramps board that you can use those but you might have to swap one wire or so that goes to the ulticontroller.

But there are many people on the forum who have purchased alternate boards. Still you should be able to get the UMO without any trouble from Ultimaker. I'm not sure what the issue is.

 

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