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for sale (berlin) : ultimaker original, dual extruder, geckotek magnetic build plate, lots of extra stuff

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hello everyone,

the printer wasn't used for some time, and needs some maintenance but still working fine. You will need to replace the fan cover, spend some time on one of the extruders but I am confident that there is no problem with the device that a tinkerer can not handle. be assured that you have all the stuff you need to start 3d printing - filaments(see below), spatulas, blue painter's tape, spare parts, and also what I have left of Smooth-On's XTC 3D resin.

5 reels of <40% used PLA in different colors

experimental filaments sample pack by colorfabb

i can only deliver in berlin. i will get on a taxi and bring it to your door.

for people outside berlin, you will need to come & pick up the stuff yourself.

photos : https://www.dropbox.com/sh/u4swsnixrclscgw/AAA4kFfVdwwrFyHZSlCDW2vwa?dl=0

the price is 700 EUR, but I am open to offers.

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