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Hello,

 

My company may be interested in buying one of these and I have a few questions about the printer.

 

Why are you selling it?

 

What was the printer's main use?

 

Is everything that the printer came with when new (except the 350 g of PLA and 350 g of PVA) also included?

 

Has there been any problems with the printer?

 

What is the printer's repair history?

 

Have you used any abrasive materials?

 

Does anything need to be replaced?

 

Thank you for your time.

 

- SF

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SF

 

 Thanks for the inquiry.  I will do my best to answer your questions. To the question of why I'm looking to sell, I would like to explore the metal printing side more and will use this to partial fund that. As far what I have used it for that is widely varied, mostly I printed prototype knife skin handles. Everything it came with new I still have except for the original materiel yes. I have had no issue with the printer, so there is no repair history. I have only printed with PLA

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