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3dgbire.ie - Still a legit Ultimaker reseller of parts?

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Hi @Retromanie,

3DGBIRE is still our approved partner, yes sir. I just happened to spend a couple of days with them last week in London at the BETT show, with a few members of there team. I also recall them saying there was another show going on at the same time, so perhaps you just found them at a very busy moment.

I would recommend to give them a call and I am sure they will help you asap, they are great guys!

Let me know if you need any further help, have a great day!!

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