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um2 in stock in the EU

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Honestly, highly doubt that they have it truly in stock. The UM2 is in high demand, getting stock is almost impossible.

 

Possibly, although there site does say it's in stock and will ship out in 24-48 hrs. I found this other site that has them as well. Again, possible they haven't updated the site, but according to it, there are 9 in stock. I'm just not crazy about the markup.

http://www.dream3d.co.uk/product/ultimaker-2-desktop-3d-printer-2/

 

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Possibly, although there site does say it's in stock and will ship out in 24-48 hrs. I found this other site that has them as well. Again, possible they haven't updated the site, but according to it, there are 9 in stock. I'm just not crazy about the markup.

http://www.dream3d.co.uk/product/ultimaker-2-desktop-3d-printer-2/

 

Looks like they do have them as they now have 8 in stock instead of 9. I'm guessing that shipping will be expensive, so that plus the markup, I'll probably just wait for Maker Shed to get some more in.

 

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Hi there,

I'm from Dream 3D and recently read this forum.

I can promise we do have the Ultimaker 2 in stock, they are selling very fast!

Our stock levels are constantly kept up to date.

With regards to delivery it comes with free next working day delivery to the UK.

So the Ultimaker 2 is £1980 (inc vat) with free next day delivery to UK.

Thanks!:)

 

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