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Selling brand new ultimaker

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I have received and tested a Ultimaker just some days ago.

Unfortunately due to personal circumstances I will need to sell this nice machine. I can post pictures of the machine and of already printed different things.

I am situated in Europe so if anybody is interested don't hesitate to leave a comment here or send me a personal message.

P.S. I also have 5 different filaments which might come as bonus in case we come to a good conditions. Immediate shipment possible.




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You are right that Europe is a big place but I will be doing a trip from the Balkans - Croatia, Slovenia, through Italy, France all the way to south Spain so I can send it from the nearest location. Considering the pictures I will post them later on today as I currently on the move. I will also post videos



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Here is a picutre of the machine and the filaments I have with it. They are 4 PLA (one of them very interesting - the new soft pla and one (black) ABS.



Next is a picutre of some already printed things


And links to two videos(you will have to download them) :




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