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Used Ultimaker 2 In London !!! sold out!!!!

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Fanatastic 3D printer in great condition. This printer is just half a year old with a total printing time of 250 hours 15 minutes so far.

I have had some great prints with this machine. I have the original packaging and can package the printer should it be required.

Also included in the price is all my ColorFabb filament (£100 in value) this includes the following spools:

Black(brand new),White(1 kg),Grey,Natural Tranparent

Also included with the printer are: Spool holder, glue stick, Power supply and cable, USB Cable, Hex wrenches, Grease, A alternative nozzle kit.

Collection preferentially. Could send to anywhere in Europe with this price but without filaments(considering the box size ).

Feel free to contact me if you are interested.My mail address is rucciezhang@gmail.com.

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