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Filament and Ubis Ceramic Style Hot End Tips for Sale

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Hello everyone!

I hope I'm posting to the right place.  Anyway, I want to sell the ø1.75mm filament shown in the pics below.  I purchased them a while back for an older Printrbot.  However, for months I've been printing with the UM2 Extended exclusively and I can't use any of the ø1.75mm filament on that machine.  Here is the list of items I’m offering for sale (in no particular order):  

Filament

 

  • Taulman3D Bridge Nylon, ø1.75mm, Natural, 1lb (1 spool, new)
  • FormFutura water soluble PVA, ø1.75mm, Natural (2 spools - 1 new, 1 slightly used)
  • ABS, ø1.75mm, Natural, 1kg (1 spool, new)
  • PLA, ø1.75mm, Jade White Ultra, 750g (2 spools, new)
  • PLA, ø1.75mm, Orange Peel, 500g (1 spool, new)
  • PLA, ø1.75mm, Black is the new Black, 500g (1 spool, new)
  • Gold NinjaFlex, ø1.75mm, 50g (sample size, new)
  • PLA, ø1.75mm, Natural (sample size, new)
  • PLA, ø1.75mm, Dark Gray (sample size, slightly used)

 

 

Nozzles

 

  • Hot End Tips for the Ubis Ceramic Style Hot End, 0.4mm (Qty: 7, new)

 

 

I will entertain reasonable offers.  

Thanks!

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ABS.thumb.jpg.96e0398e3ab73792556446a9e46e8615.jpg

5a3319825d9e6_GoldNinjaFlex.thumb.jpg.6cc78f17a83a3b2b8030dfef1acf9559.jpg

Nylon.thumb.jpg.adea27a84f94bc4b234520d6fe45fc7f.jpg

5a331982bb566_PLA-BlackisthenewBlack.thumb.jpg.cf65ac6edf893e1c1c3b0d64f9d41a54.jpg

5a331983e822b_PLA-DarkGray.thumb.jpg.460877d8387c6208b046695b55f9da66.jpg

5a3319842cf7c_PLA-JadeWhiteUltra.thumb.jpg.c65fb7038443c0949e3574ddeac0e94a.jpg

5a33198463d7f_PLA-Natural.thumb.jpg.d6b8c3ceb285ee4623f1ce56dc231b40.jpg

5a331984965ec_PLA-OrangePeel.thumb.jpg.5c6473632be52d722afa04c98cdb3906.jpg

5a331984c6d59_PVA-1.thumb.jpg.b09017b67bc5bd8bf8a298f811436e96.jpg

5a3319850d003_PVA-2.thumb.jpg.3acce760da4a5b52ed4de95e1bec8afd.jpg

5a33198538e86_UbisHotEndTips.thumb.jpg.49797a9a514b28d50a16bfc40dc0ffb5.jpg

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