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Purchasing new parts for Ultimaker 2

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Has anyone purchased any parts for their Ultimaker 2 in the US? When I went to the Netherlands site, I wasn't able to read the page (even after translating it) and when I found a kit that appeared to have the items I'm needing there was no packing list to know for sure what was included in the kit. Also, there was no mention of US dollar price?

How is everyone else getting their new parts? I'm in need of the two items that connect to the nozzle. I believe one heats the nozzle and the other is the sensor to determine the nozzle temperature.

Thanks in advance!

Scott

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Hi ForTheFuture,

There is a number of dealers for Ultimaker in US, but I'll know that gr5 is in here and selling the parts you're looking for, -also he give you very good support.

See his site here:

http://thegr5store.com/store/

Thanks.

Torgeir.

Edit. Ops. Did not see your reply Ultiarjan.. Sorry.

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