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Posted (edited) · SOLD: Ultimaker 2+ For Sale

I'm a hobbyist tinkerer, and I'm selling my UM2+ so I can upgrade to a UMS3 to begin working with soluble supports.

 

My UM2+ is well cared for and in great shape with new Bowden tube, new .80 and .40 nozzles, new PTFE coupler, and a BuildTak spring steel magnetic bed surface (this is a nice upgrade).  It is incredibly reliable.  Once a part is dialed in with the slicer, it prints perfectly every single time.

 

There is a small chip out of the bottom rear corner of the right side panel, cosmetic only and not really noticeable (see photo), and a few of the LEDs are out.

 

I print with it almost every day; I'm now printing 12-15 protective face shields per day to donate to hospitals.

 

The light blue face shields in the pics were printed over the weekend with the .80 nozzle and .40mm layer height.  They take 1:10 each to print.  The gray face mask was printed a few days ago with the .40 nozzle and .20mm layer height.  Both colors are Matterhackers Tough PLA.

 

$1,500.  I'll pay for FedEx 3-day shipping anywhere in the continental US.

 

Feel free to call me at (too oh ate) - for won too - 99 six niner if you have any questions.  I'm in Mountain Time.

 

Gordon

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