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Selling my beloved Ultimaker Original

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Hi Everyone. I'm selling my beloved Ultimaker Original at just €350 + Shipping. It's been use very little as I only use it for personal work and small prints. That's the reason for why I'm selling it. To get a smaller one like the Ultimaker 2GO.

It's working great and I didn't have to do any of the upgrades since I bought it or change any parts. Because as I said before it had very little use and was kept in mint condition during the years. It suits someone with not experience in 3D printer to the most advanced. This is the first printer that the Cura software was written for, so the software is top notch. At the moment I'm travelling in my camper van and have it with me, just in case you are located in Italy or south of Europe the shipping will be very accessible. So if you are interested please let me know and we can skype call, I show it to you working and send some HD pics. 

I will also ship it with all the filament I have left PLA and Copper Filament included. Multiple samples and additional accessories It came with like extra screws, grease, etc.

Let me know! : ) 

 

Here more reasons of why this printer is still so relevant even years after its release.

https://ultimaker.com/en/blog/21675-our-ultimate-sale-and-the-ultimaker-original-future

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