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UM2 recieved in Australia

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Just wanted to let everyone know, I recieved my UM2 yesterday! It was worth the wait, it arrived well packed, with nothing broken, the only thing that need attention was one screw had fallen out of one of the glass bed clips, but I found it in the box and it screwed straight back in.

In no time at all, I was printing the standard Robot. All seems to be functioning as expected.

Thanks to the sales and support team for keeping me updated along the way.

Also, for other Aussies, I was expecting to have to pay some sort of import tax or duty but it arrived at my work with no other fees incurred.

 

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