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hello

I'm selling 3d printer ultimaker s5 with all accesories inluded in original set. (including PVA filament)

Printer was brealy used and it is 100% working

with the printer i will include some extra filaments (wood filament, breakaway, red PLA and black PLA, sillicone filament) and extra AA 0.4 print head for fine prints

price 5.500 dollars free shipping. 

 

please contact me via email claymeeples@gmail.com

 

If you are in Poland (podkarpackie) you can get the printer in person.

 

 

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