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Ultimaker 2 - questions on ordering

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Hi all,

I'm choosing a 3d printer for myself and found Ultimaker 2 to be the most promising model. However, there are few qustions I havent' found answers yet. I'll appreciate if someone can assist.

1. Is it possible to pick up Ultimaker personally somewhere in EU instead of ordering delivery? Netherlands?

2. If picking it up in EU, is it possible to get a tax free?

3. What are the physical size of a printer inside a package? Weight?

4. Is it securely packed? Would be transporting printer inside package via flight safe enough for its high-prcesion mechanics?

Thanks everyone in advance :)

Sjel.

 

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What i know:

1: yes but only on resellers igo3d (germany) and imakr(london) Dont know if are others to pick up.

2: Dont think so...

3:Physical characteristics

Printing material

3MM PLA

Print technology

FUSED FILAMENT FABRICATION

Printer weight

11 KGS

printer dimensions

492 X 342 X558 MM

build volume

230 X 225X 205 MM

nozzle temperature

180°C - 260°C

heated build plate temperature

50°C - 100°C

4: must be..... theirs send that bright jewel all around the world so ... Shure be well packed .

Thats what i know hope you feel help with it

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