- Put the small black gear onto the motor axle, note the D shape of both. Make sure the top of the gear is flush with the axle.
Tip: Use a redundant piece of wood to place the gear, this might take some force.
- Place the wooden parts 10A and 10C in front of you. Insert a ball bearing into the corresponding hole. Make sure that the bearing is flush with the top side of the wooden parts and does not stick out.
- Place wooden part 10A on the motor with the engraving upwards, then put 10B on top.
Note: Make sure the motor cables are facing down
- Put the quick fit coupling into the T-slot, note the orientation.
- Place wooden part 10C on top with the engraving towards the motor and loosely secure with four M3x20 bolts. The motor’s position will be adjusted later.
- Place two M3x20 bolts through the holes around the bearings and secure with two lock nuts.
Ultimaker 3 Maintenance Kit
- Clean the printer
- Lubricate the axles
- Check for play on axles
- Check the tension of the short belts
- Check for residue in the front fan of the print head
- Check the quality of the silicone cover
- Lubricate the lead screw of the Z motor
- How to use cleaning filament
- Clean the feeders
- Replace the Bowden tubes
- Advanced 3D Printing Kit for Ultimaker 3
Ultimaker 2+ Maintenance Kit
- Installing the Extrusion Upgrade kit
- Removing the cable cover
- Loosening the electronics
- Disconnecting the cables
- Replacing the feeder
- Replacing the build plate clamps
- Removing the print head
- Installing the new print head
- The bowden tube
- Guiding the cables
- Connecting the cables
- Attaching the main board
- Attaching the cable cover
- Aligning the axles
- Firmware and bed leveling
- Completing the upgrade
- Extrusion upgrade
- Advanced 3D Printing Kit for Ultimaker 2+
- Olsson block upgrade
Dual Extrusion kit
- Print head