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Assembled Ultimaker + Ulticontroller for sale 1550€

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• Ultimaker rev 4

• superior assembly (frame and mechanics will resist better and longer to shocks, temperature and wear = more precision and less maintenance)

• Ulticontroller

• 3 printed upgrades for a more reliable feeding & extrusion

• labelled and tidied cables on the electronic board

• handful extra holes in the frame for easier access to cables and set screws

• greased a couple of weeks ago, extruder and feeder entirely cleaned few days ago

• includes the spool holder, the hex screwdriver, the hex key, the grease, the calibration wooden parts and the USB cable

• bought in April 2013, still under warranty

• excellent condition, less than 4Kg of filament have been printed on this machine

Price: 1550€ negotiable

Shipping in E.U. with insurance (from France): 70€

Payment: bank card/PayPal or wire bank transfer

Availability: immediate

Sold separately:

- extruder spare parts from the picture (sold at the store's price)

- 1Kg spools of white or grey PLA from formfutura (35€)

If interested contact me by PM only.

 

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