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Ultimaker Original with heated build plate for sale

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Hello...

I'm selling my Ultimaker Original that I bought and built from the kit.  

I upgraded it last year with the Ultimaker heated bed kit, so this isn't a experimental setup.  (The kit replaces the Z motor too).

The printer also has a dual fan shroud setup, for improved part cooling.  The nozzle is a first generation Olsson Ruby that works great with everything from PLA, nGen and abrasive filaments like CF20 (carbon fiber).

I bought an Ultimaker 2+ a few months ago and find myself not using this printer much.  I'd like to sell it off and use the proceeds for an Ultimaker 3 at some point  :)

I'm asking $1200 + shipping.

The Original kit was $1800, the Ultimaker Heated Bed Upgrade was $320

This is an ideal printer for someone that likes to tinker!  It needs a little calibration to print perfectly but does extremely well as is.  

LED lights are not included (re-using those on another printer)

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Here's a recent print at 0.10 mm layer height.

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