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Immaculate Ultimaker 2 for sale

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Hi,

I have for sale an immaculate Ultimaker 2 purchased around 6 months ago. The machine was purchased for a potential business venture which failed to materialise and as such has not been used a great deal. The original filament supplied by Ultimaker is still on the machine and less than half of the reel has been used.

The machine has printed the standard models and a few figurines obtained from a scanning process. The machine works well and will come in the original box supplied by UM2. I have tried to attach photographs of the machine and a figuring during printing. I'll get them on as soon as i work out how to do this!

I am open to offers for the machine which is located in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, United Kingdom.

Carl

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Hi Hutchy,

I'd be looking for around £1,250 O.N.O for the printer as it is as good as new. You would be welcome to come and take a look at it whenever suits you, it's at my offices in Staveley.

Just for further info the machine registers 59 hours of print time.

Regards,

Carl

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