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Selling a lightly used Ultimaker 2. Purchased Dec 2016, the printer has been used to make about 8-10 prints. Still in excellent condition.

 

I've already installed an Olson block, which allows you to easily change the nozzle heads - on that note, I have 3 extra nozzle heads as well. Also throwing in 4 spools of filament.

 

Located in Toronto, ON - Canada.

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4 minutes ago, 3dprinting_guy said:

Hi, how much are you looking to get for this UM2?

Depends on where you're located, but $2000CAD or $1500USD. Shipping will be extra.

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Hi, I'm also in Toronto. I know you must be very busy but do you mind if I could come and take a look at it and we can talk a little about price?

Email me at jaisi@utschools.ca

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