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metalcrowe

UM 1 Lead time

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Hello,

I bought a UM1 on 25 February. Since then the delivery status is set to ready. Is the UM 1 not on stock? Or comes the delay, because I have also ordered some PLA fillament? I ordered white, transparent and translucent blue.

 

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Mine was ordered on 2/11. There was a note on the site about the UM1+Ulticon+Doodle3d deal for 995 euros stating that they wouldn't ship until March. However, it is now March and my card has been charged but no UM1...

I'm becoming less and less happy each day with this process....

I have already sent an e-mail to sales back in feb and they repeated the note above. Followed up now that it is March and haven't received a response.

 

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Just noticed that the web site says 2-4 week lead time on the UM1. Well I'm coming up on 4 weeks...

This is a very frustrating thing with all of these small 3D printer manufacturers. The don't staff up for the demand or the production / shipping process is derailed because people are travelling.

 

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