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6 Month Old Assembled Ultimaker with Ulticontroller - Ireland

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Hello all, I'm selling my Ultimaker, it's fully assembled/calibrated, it also comes with a spare unused hotend (€56 value) as well as some spair hotend nozzles, there's about half a reel of silver PLA to play with, if you're interested then you can contact me at chillydk147 at hotmail dot com, I can also do some demo prints to show it in action.

 

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Hi Chillydk147

I too have an ultimaker for sale, and Im in Dublin. I bought it for an business experiment, which didnt work out. It hasnt been used at all.

Can I ask you for some advice on your sale? Did you sell to someone in Ireland? How much did you get for it? Any tips on selling it in Ireland (it's asembled already, so shipping might be too dear)

Thanks a million

Martin

 

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Hi Chillydk147

I too have an ultimaker for sale, and Im in Dublin. I bought it for an business experiment, which didnt work out. It hasnt been used at all.

Can I ask you for some advice on your sale? Did you sell to someone in Ireland? How much did you get for it? Any tips on selling it in Ireland (it's asembled already, so shipping might be too dear)

Thanks a million

Martin

 

Martin I have sent you a PM with regards to purchasing your printer ;-)

 

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