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Hola a todos;

En Enero de este año compramos nuestra primera ultimaker 2+ y aunque estamos muy contentos con los resultados y calidad, el proyecto en el que recientemente trabajamos nos a creado la necesidad de invertir en una impresora de resina como la Formlabs.

Es por ello que nos hemos arrepentido de la compra ya que los materiales no son los idóneos para nuestro proyecto (cosas de la inexperiencia)

La impresora está comprada en Enero de este mismo año en la tienda oficial de Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz), Tr3dseland. Está en perfecto estado y lógicamente con garantía.

La ofrecemos con 4 rollos de ABS SMARTFIL de 750g cada uno, un rollo de ABS SMARTFIL FLEX de 750g + un resto de PLA.

La ponemos en venta por 1850€ con gastos de envío a nuestra cuenta.

Si te interesa, escríbenos a raul@difusiongrafica.com

Saludos y gracias a todos.

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