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danjudge

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  1. Yes, sorry. Should have taken this down. It's sold. Dan
  2. Hi Chris. Where are you located? Dan
  3. I'm selling my Ultimaker 2. Barely used so you'll be getting a bargain compared to a new one. it's an absolutely amazing piece of kit, but I changed jobs while waiting for it to get delivered and frankly haven't had the time to do all I planned to, so I have to face facts that I'm going to take a loss. It works perfectly and still hasn't gone through a full reel of PLA (it came with a reel of blue and is about half way through it.) It cost me £1960 inc VAT, so I'm hoping for £1450 ono, because it really is as good as new, but would be willing to negotiate. I currently have the printer in
  4. Hi. Yes, I'm not sure if this will help because I really can't go below £1450. Anything below that and I'm inclined to keep it. Cheers, Dan.
  5. Hi Phil. Sorry, I really can't drop the price anywhere near £1200. Anything less than £1500 and I think I'd rather hang on to it. Dan.
  6. I'm selling my Ultimaker 2. It's about 4 months old, and although it's an absolutely amazing piece of kit, I moved jobs while waiting for it to get delivered and frankly haven't had the time to do all I planned to, so I have to face facts that I'm going to take a loss. It works perfectly and still hasn't gone through a full reel of PLA (it came with a reel of blue and is about half way through it.) It cost me £1960 inc VAT, so I'm hoping for £1550 ono, because it really is as good as new. I currently have the printer in Guildford, Surrey, but I travel up to Sheffield at weekends, so it can
  7. Thanks JonnyBischof. Yes, I have tried Sketchup and think that will be my standard tool of choice. It's very similar to the form of modelling I'm used to, but do intend to build up to more precise items, that require moving parts with very small tolerances, so hope to boost my CAD skills for such projects. Thanks, Dan.
  8. Yeah, from what I've seen, the 3D printing community is a pretty close one. I am expecting that the first 3 months will include a lot of tinkering and learning. I've read a lot, and seen a lot of videos, but it's live troubleshooting where you really learn something I guess. I am expecting at least a few moments where I'm ready to through my printer at a wall!!!!
  9. Hi Owen. Thanks for that. I want to make the kit, but I also want the UM2 (which doesn't appear to come as a kit)...... I think I'm going to go for the UM2 though, as I'm interested in seeing the top quality that it can print, even though I intend to finish a lot of them by hand.. Hi BauerMaker. You have some awesome work. Really like the finishes on all 3 items. Can I ask what processes went in to making those items look so good? I've seen a few workflows on youtube, but none that came out as well as those. Yeah, As I said, the main goal is to make sure the business is not in the red for
  10. Hello. I am looking at purchasing my first 3D printer and want to know what some of you more experienced users think. I am a lover of technology, so I have been fascinated with 3D printing for some time, but only in the last 2-3 weeks have I seriously considered buying one, but the more I read, the more I hear of common issues and worries, so I though I'd lay my intentions out there and hopefully I'll get some honest feedback as to whether it's worth me taking the plunge. My Background. I'm an experienced 3D Animator, and have a decent amount of experience in 3D modelling. I have no CAD e
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