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Posted · WTB: Ultimaker 2, 2+ or 3

Hello,
 

I'm looking to buy a used Ultimaker.  I would like either a 2, 2+, or 3.  I'm located in the US (Washington DC), but would pay for shipping.  Let me know what you have!

 

--Curtis

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Posted · WTB: Ultimaker 2, 2+ or 3

Hi:
I'm selling a mint ultimaker 2 with exactly 200hours of printing on it.  Don't have original box, but do have all original parts/spare parts.  Printer is almost new - see my post below.  I was getting ready to list it elsewhere but don't want to pay the fees... Make me a solid offer if you like it.  I'm in Miami, FL:

 

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Posted · WTB: Ultimaker 2, 2+ or 3

I have no experience on the earlier models, but I do love my UM3E machines.

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Posted · WTB: Ultimaker 2, 2+ or 3
8 minutes ago, MalibuLX3 said:

I found what I’m looking for. Thanks!

And that was?

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Posted · WTB: Ultimaker 2, 2+ or 3
11 minutes ago, MalibuLX3 said:

UM2 from a member of the forum. 

Cool...happy printing and I hope to see some nifty prints! :) There are a lot of people here who are very knowledgeable of the UM2s :)

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