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Looking for your 2nd hand ultimaker 2 or 2+! Dutch seller prefered.

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Hello All,

I am searching for another ultimaker 2+, or an ultimaker 2 where I will put an upgrade on.

If you want to sell your ultimaker somewhere in the Netherlands, we can negotiate the price!

The information that you can send to me when interested:

- Running hours

- UM2 or UM2+

- Purchase date

- Some other stuff you want to sell (for example materials)

- Some pictures

- Price you are looking for

- Your place where I can pick it up

Feel free to contact me, looking forward to your reply!

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Bonjour,je suis français ne parle pas anglais.J'ai une um2 à vendre plus deux scanners 3D.1 Scanner matterform plus un scanner xyz usb3 à main neuf.Aussi un doodle.Plus des bobines de filaments PLA ou ABS 2.85 ou 1.75.Conctactez moi à cette adresse mail

matrix57525@gmail.com

Cordialement

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