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Selling my Ultimaker 2+ Extended

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Hi all,

I'm looking to sell my Ultimaker 2+ Extended to try playing around with resin and the Form 2 SLA Printer. I've only had the Ultimaker for about two months. I have all of the original packaging and accessories. The 0.4 mm nozzle and 0.8 mm nozzle shows signs of use but I will include 5 extra 0.4 mm nozzles. I also used a bit of the included silver PLA. I've modded the printer with an acrylic door and top to create an enclosed build chamber. These mods aren't permanent so if you don't want them I can remove them.

Since this is basically a like new printer, I'm hoping to get around $2800 to go towards that expensive Form 2 printer. I spent $3100 to buy the Ultimaker 2+ Extended so I hope that this is a reasonable asking price.

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Do let me know if you have any questions or would like more pictures.

Thanks for looking!

Will

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