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I have two Ultimaker 2 Extended machines for sale. Run with PLA only (no Hi Temp ABS). one has 500 hours the other 615 hrs. Both are like new condition, with Olsson Blocks installed, original shipping cartons and all accessories. $1,000 each. Southern California area.

I have recently purchased a UM 3 Extended, and would like to purchase a second one. Need to make room.

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Hello Jim,

While I have all of the original packing materials for both machines, I'm not comfortable shipping from Southern California to the UK.  Just too much risk, plus the complications of the logistics.

Surely there is a willing buyer closer to my market looking for a well maintained UM2.

Thanks for the offer just the same . . .

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