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Had some great news yesterday, my shiny new UM2 extended had arrived and was available for collection :)

A few hours later, it had been given most of the mods I had collected, including Olsson block and I2K insulator, and is now printing away like a champ.

Did have to drill a hole in the end of the original print head to push the thermistor out, but overall very easy to do, and very pleased with how it is performing - Will just have to keep tweaking S3D now to get the best out of her 8)

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