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Beste forumleden,

Trideus is de hoofdleverancier van alle Ultimaker producten voor de Benelux.

Wij hebben op dit moment een zeer aantrekkelijke aanbieden.

We hebben nog een allerlaatste voorraad 'oude' Ultimaker 2 printers die met zeer aantrekkelijke korting de deur uit mogen! Dit zijn nieuwe ongebruikte printers. Meer informatie: Ultimaker 2 PROMO

Dit is nog niet alles, speciaal voor de forumleden wordt de Ultimaker 2 geleverd met een gratis Olsson Block kit! Vermeld bij 'opmerkingen' tijdens het checkout proces in onze webschop het volgende: 'Forum UM free Olsson Block'

Voor vragen kan u rechtstreeks met ons contact opnemen:

Mail: info@trideus.be

Tel: +32(0)13.31.49.00

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