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I have an ultimaker 2+ with minor usageWIN_20170610_18_43_58_Pro.thumb.jpg.5676100f5d40a6b51dccb67567c5927b.jpg for sale. You could buy the new ultimaker 3 but after shipping and taxes it would cost you two times as much and only features usb port instead of sd andan extra print head extruder. looks perfectly new no scratches or blemishes. I have only put approximatley 750 grams of PVA and ABS through the machine. It runs like a dream in PVA and great in ABS with some tweaking of settings to prevent warping during the printing. It comes with the upgraded Olsen head. I love the machine but I bought it while work required me to be gone for out of country for close to a year straight so I was not able to get much use from it and now I am selling it as I am coming up on a move so I am trimming down on possessions. It comes with 3/4 roll black abs and some specialty nylons that I have not opened so they are still fresh no worry about humidity as well as 1 kg PETG and a handful of 10 m samples from rigid ink.. I have the original box documentation as well as SD card

Asking 2750 Cdn


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