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Selling Ultimaker 2+ cheap. In the UK

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I have an Ultimaker 2+ for sale. All original tools and accessories included. Also including 5 reels of filament. Printer has approx 105 hours of printing through it. The 0.25, 0.6 and 0.8 nozzles are completely unused. The 0.4 nozzle has a small amount of scratches on it where I've needed to remove material from it.

I have lost the original collet from the the hot end end of the Bowden tube. These are easily printed from existing projects Collet clamp.

Images of Ultimaker, accessories and filament -https://imgur.com/a/Ople0

1 x near full reel of Orange PLA (Ultimaker original filament)

1 x 3/4 reel of Silver metalic PLA (Ultimaker original filament)

1 x full unopened reel of Green PLA (Ultimaker original filament)

1 x near full reel of Black ABS (Ultimaker original filament)

1 x near full reel of translucent PLA (Ultimaker original filament)

I am looking for £900

I am based in the South West of UK and willing to travel part way to sell.

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