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Ultimaker 2 en Replicator 2 te koop Antwerpen

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Prijzen:

Samen: 2700 euro

Apart

Ultimaker2 1600 euro + Filament dia 2.85 mm

Makerbot Rep2 1200 euro + Filament dia 1.75 mm

Ik verkoop mijn 2 - 3d printers omdat ik een nieuw model wil aanschaffen.

- Replicator 2 - goede staat (in gebruik sinds oktober 2013)

- Ultimaker 2 - Zeer goede staat (in gebruik sinds mei 2015)

Beide printers zijn goed onderhouden en mankeren niets.

Bijhorend zijn er nog >20 spoelen PLA In verschillende kleuren.

Specificaties

Makerbot Replicator 2

https://eu.makerbot.com/shop/en/3d-printer/replicator-2/53/makerbot-replicator-2-desktop-3d-printer?c=79

Specificaties

Ultimaker2

https://shop.ultimaker.com/product/8/ultimaker-2

Materiaal: (>600 euro waarde)

-PLA-PHA (http://colorfabb.com/'>http://colorfabb.com/'>http://colorfabb.com/)

2x Standard White - Olimpic Gold - Signal Yellow - Warm Red - Fluoriscent Pink - Greenish Beige - Olive Green - Leaf green - Chocolate Brouwn - Sky Blue - Blu Grey - Standard black

-XT (http://colorfabb.com/)

XT Clear - XT White

Specials - (http://colorfabb.com/)

Wood - Bamboo - Glow

en vele andere zoals PET - BENDLAY - Flexible,...

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