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Posted · Selling Ultimaker 3 printer

Selling my Ultimaker 3 Printer, I am moving in a different direction and I haven't been using it, this machine deserves to be making excellent prints for a new owner. Comes with accessories and packaging as well as barely used 3D Solex Hard Core Nozzles set - 0.25, 0.4, 0.5, 0.6, 0.8, 1.0 Paid $360 plus tax and shipping
Also included is a large amount of filament some unopened and the rest in heavy duty sealed Ziploc bags with desiccant.
Filament is optional but included free with the purchase.  Paid Roughly $950.00

Product    Quantity    Price
Ultimaker 3
1    CAD $4,599.00
Subtotal:    CAD $4,599.00
Shipping:    CAD $50.00 via Canada Flat Rate - Insured
GST:    CAD $232.45
Payment Method:    PayPal
Total:    CAD $4,881.45


Asking $3500 CAD plus all shipping and extra packaging costs for the filament.


I prefer a local Vancouver sale but I am willing to ship almost anywhere. Buyer is responsible for all associated shipping costs. IF you are in the Washington area I might be willing to meet you at the border.


Here is a list of filament:


Unopen rolls:


Form Futura - Easyfil PLA - Saphire Grey

Innofil 3d PLA Magenta

Innofil 3d PLA Gold

Innofil 3d PLA Black

Innofil 3d PLA Yellow

MG Chemicals PLA Super Glow natural

Esun PLA Luminous Blue


Generic ABS silver


Partially used with rough % of material left:

Ultimaker PVA 40%

Ultimaker Breakaway White 95%


Cleaning PLA Small Amount


Innofil 3d PLA Orange 100%


Innofil 3d EPR InnoPET Pearl White 95%

Innofil 3d PLA Light Green 80%

Innofil 3d PLA Black 75% Roll

Innofil 3d PLA Red 75% Roll


Innofil 3d PLA Pro1 Natural White 60%

Esun PLA Blue opened and tested but went with light blue for the print instead

Esun Light Blue PLA 65% Roll

Esun Grey PLA 25% Roll

Generic PLA Purple 90%

Generic PLA Olive 80%

Generic PLA Red 50%


Generic PLA Silver 40%


and a few others that are between 5 and 10% left... which could be removed from the spool and sent along as "hot pull" cleaners. Or I could dispose of them here.


















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