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Posted · FS: Fully-Assembled Ultimaker in US

For sale is a fully assembled Ultimaker, it was bought almost exactly a year ago and assembled by us for use in making prototype parts for an upcoming product. We've since decided on a wood CNC design and thus are selling the Ultimaker. We did make a few test prints and prototype parts so can confirm the machine is working properly. I did find the feed mechanism to be a bit fiddly so we purchased the new 'hot-end v2' upgrade but have not yet installed it so that will be included as well. In addition to the Ultimaker and the hot-end upgrade i have 1 spool of ABS plastic and 1 spool of PLA plastic (both 'natural' color) plus about 1/2 a spool of black PLA which i'll include to get you started.

Buying all this new in the USA would cost roughly $1900 (1575 for the Ultimaker, $75 for the v2 Hot end upgrade, $75 for plastics plus $190 shipping from the Netherlands). And then you'd still have to put it all together, which was a pretty daunting task.

Asking $950 for everything (ie. roughly half of what it would cost new) plus shipping or I'd meet you for personal delivery within 2 hr drive of Washington DC.

Thanks,

Steve

http://www.shbobo.net

 

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Posted · FS: Fully-Assembled Ultimaker in US

Hi,

I am looking for an assembled Ultimaker to buy.

Could you please let me know if you are still interested in selling yours?

In live in the DC area.

Thanks in advance,

Zolidmodels

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Posted · FS: Fully-Assembled Ultimaker in US

Hi Steve,

I live in the Washington DC area and I am interested in your Ultimaker. Could be buying as soon as today.

Question: does it have an Ulticontroller? Do I need to buy any software to use the printer?

Thanks in advance,

Eduardo

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Posted · FS: Fully-Assembled Ultimaker in US

Hi Steve,

If this hasn't sold already, please call/text me at 412 five 4 zero 50 five 0. I can meet near the University of Maryland (College Park, MD).

Thanks,

Michael

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Posted · FS: Fully-Assembled Ultimaker in US

I will take the Ultimaker if it is available. Please send me an email jpburgelin - at - gmail.com or text/call my mobile at SIX ONE EIGHT 406 5299

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Posted · FS: Fully-Assembled Ultimaker in US

Sorry, I haven't been on the forum in a few days but yes the printer has been sold.

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Posted · FS: Fully-Assembled Ultimaker in US

For sale is a fully assembled Ultimaker, it was bought almost exactly a year ago and assembled by us for use in making prototype parts for an upcoming product. We've since decided on a wood CNC design and thus are selling the Ultimaker. We did make a few test prints and prototype parts so can confirm the machine is working properly. I did find the feed mechanism to be a bit fiddly so we purchased the new 'hot-end v2' upgrade but have not yet installed it so that will be included as well. In addition to the Ultimaker and the hot-end upgrade i have 1 spool of ABS plastic and 1 spool of PLA plastic (both 'natural' color) plus about 1/2 a spool of black PLA which i'll include to get you started.

Buying all this new in the USA would cost roughly $1900 (1575 for the Ultimaker, $75 for the v2 Hot end upgrade, $75 for plastics plus $190 shipping from the Netherlands). And then you'd still have to put it all together, which was a pretty daunting task.

Asking $950 for everything (ie. roughly half of what it would cost new) plus shipping or I'd meet you for personal delivery within 2 hr drive of Washington DC.

Thanks,

Steve

http://www.shbobo.net

 

 

For sale is a fully assembled Ultimaker, it was bought almost exactly a year ago and assembled by us for use in making prototype parts for an upcoming product. We've since decided on a wood CNC design and thus are selling the Ultimaker. We did make a few test prints and prototype parts so can confirm the machine is working properly. I did find the feed mechanism to be a bit fiddly so we purchased the new 'hot-end v2' upgrade but have not yet installed it so that will be included as well. In addition to the Ultimaker and the hot-end upgrade i have 1 spool of ABS plastic and 1 spool of PLA plastic (both 'natural' color) plus about 1/2 a spool of black PLA which i'll include to get you started.

Buying all this new in the USA would cost roughly $1900 (1575 for the Ultimaker, $75 for the v2 Hot end upgrade, $75 for plastics plus $190 shipping from the Netherlands). And then you'd still have to put it all together, which was a pretty daunting task.

Asking $950 for everything (ie. roughly half of what it would cost new) plus shipping or I'd meet you for personal delivery within 2 hr drive of Washington DC.

Thanks,

Steve

http://www.shbobo.net

 

plz email data and photos to dino@email.htnet.hr

thx

Dino

 

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