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***VERKAUFT*** Ultimaker 2 neuwertig (BREMEN)

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Ich verkaufe meinen Ultimaker 2 3D-Drucker in neuwertigem Zustand. Gerät ist kalibriert und funktioniert einwandfrei.

Gekauft Ende September 2014 bei iGo3D (Shop in Oldenburg, Zentrale in Hannover) für 2.299€.

Mittlerweile gibt es ihn in drei Größen. Damals gab es nur das Original und diesen.

Hierbei handelt es sich also um das mittlere Modell.

Der Betriebsstunden-Zähler zeigt 102 Stunden, davon 87h Druck.

Gerät ist unverändert und trägt die Originalsoftware der Auslieferung (ich meine Juli 2014).

Neben 15 Rollen Material (PLA und ABS) die alle fast voll sind, gibt es noch eine Ersatzdüse etwas Werkzeug, weiteres Zubehör sowie die Originalverpackung inkl. Transportschutz.

Preislich habe ich mir 1850€ (VB) vorgestellt.

Besichtigung / Probedruck nach Vereinbarung möglich.

Bei Interesse bitte eine private Nachricht schreiben.

Verkauf aufgrund zu wenig Zeit (Nachwuchs).

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