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$1500ish
Model roughly has 1 month of runtime. Comes with door so you can use ABS without having to worry about the ceiling fan and air currents prematurely cooling and ruining you models. Includes 1 new roll of filament. A few nozzles A 1.75mm Conversion nozzle set Machine runs fine. I'm mainly selling because i'm focusing on my 3D skills and dont print anymore. So Id figure I would pass it to the next good owner.

Attached photos are of most recent print.

Wont do any test prints until serious buyer finalizes sale.
( I've already done an entire role of test prints for no shows )

Wont come with top cover due to shipping it would be too costly and I dont trust it making it through shipping.

Orlando ,Florida Area available for pickup.

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