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FOR SALE: Ultimaker 2 Go with heated bed & Olsson block

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Hello,

 

I am selling my Ultimaker 2 Go.

4762 printing hours.

 

Upgrades include:

* heated bed from 3dsolex

* 40W heater

* Olsson block

* Ultimaker 2+ metal fan shroud

 

Runs with tinkergnome firmware. New bowden tube, teflon coupler and Swiss Micro nozzle installed about a month ago.

Reason for sale: upgraded to Ultimaker 2+.

 

Perfect as a backup printer, someone new to 3d printing, teaching or for general tinkering. It is in by no means perfect condition cosmetically, normal wear and tear signs from two years of use - some scratch marks and cracked plastic here and there from opening it numerous times for upgrades and general maintenance, also screen has some burned in letters and numbers, it does not impact usage in any way. However, mechanically it works very well. Heated bed performs amazingly. I only ever printed PLA - no warping, perfect adhesion to glass every time.

 

Will ship worldwide. However, I would prefer a sale to EU because of faster and cheaper shipping and less paperwork.

Located in Lithuania.

 

€600 plus shipping costs. I will not consider lower offers at this point.

Please write me a message if interested.

Thanks for looking!

 

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