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Selling lightly used ultimaker 2 with mods

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Hello and good morning!

Due to time constraints - as in, I've no longer have enough spare time to model & print - I'm selling my ultimaker 2.

It's in working condition, with roughly 1000+ of printing time. I've modified it with IrobertI's feeder and the olsson block, but I still have both the old block & nozzle, and the original feeder parts.

The printer comes with 2x04.mm brass nozzles, 1x0.8mm brass nozzle, 1x0.25mm brass nozzle, 1x0.4mm steel nozzle and 1x0.8mm steel nozzle and it has always been kept in a dry storing place, covered when not in use. The pt100 sensor is relatively new (less than 300 hours of printing, aprox) and the heat block as well.

The glass bed has some visible scratches on one side - caused when trying to pull a cold printed piece, but it's in working condition on the other side.

I'm willing to sell it for 1.400€, no VAT and I can send it to any place in europe for that price.

I'm willing to negotiate the price, too, but if it's lower than that, delivery fees will be paid by the buyer.

If you have any questions, or want to see a video of the printer in action, let me know.

[EDIT]Forgot to add, the printer comes with printing filaments:  several meters of PLA of assorted colors, XT transparent & bronce form colorfabb.[/EDIT]

[EDIT]Fixed price typo[/EDIT]

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