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For Sale 3 week old Ultimaker 3 (No longer for sale)

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Due to a family emergency, I'm selling my 3 week old Ultimaker 3.  It's in pristine, brand-new like condition with all the original accessories, box and a few extras.  With the sale, I'm including three unopened rolls of Matterhacker filament, a 1/4 spool of the Ultimaker 3 silver filament, and an opened, but never used PVR filament.  I'm also including an additional glass plate and some Ultimaker 3 cleaning filament.  The right extruder only has 4 days on it, and the left has about an hour and a half.  I have all the original paperwork.  If you live in Washington state, you may pick it up and save on shipping, but I'm willing to mail it as well (buyer to pay shipping costs).

 

I paid over 3600.00 for everything.  I'm willing to sell for 3100.00 + shipping

 

I decided to return the printer to the place I purchased it and just pay a 15% restocking fee.  Thank you for your interest.

 

 

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