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Customised Ultimaker 2 with professional feeder Bondtech, Olsson block, enclosure with particule filter.

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Hi,

I sell my customised Ultimaker 2. The 3d printer works perfectly. I bought an Ultimaker 3 so I don’t need the UM2 anymore.

 

The offer includes:

-The printer Ultimaker 2 bought in 2014 (2377 euros).

-An Olsson block Matchless v3 to change the nozzle size with 8 nozzles (0,25mm; 0,4mm; 0,6mm; 1mm)(192 euros).

-A new printhead heater (35W) to print faster.

-A professional feeder Bondtech. The best upgrade possible for an UM2. Less noisy, no grinding and under-extrusion anymore. It is a must have. (bought in 2017 for 203 euros).

-A Plexiglas enclosure with door and HEPA micro-particule filter (369 euros).

-The original box.

-An extra coupler (the plastic part that isolate the printhead from the bowden tube)

 

All the parts are assembled on the machine and are fully functional. I changed a few parts (bowden tube, fan mount, isolator, rubber bands) so the printer is in great shape.

The price I paid for the whole pack: 3141 euros

My price: 1890 euros (shipping not included)

40 euros discount if you come pick it up at my place (downtown Paris, France)

Shipping in the European Union only.

 

I would be happy to help if you have any questions.

 

Nicolas Grimmer

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