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Family financial circumstances have forced me to put my beloved UM2 up for sale. It is less than 6 months old.

It comes with 6 spools of PLA (colours - red, blue, white, black, translucent blue and clear). 5 of which have been used for a few small prints (the black is completely new and still in the packaging).

Serious offers only please.



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In answer to some questions I've received.

1. Serious offers are offers over £1,500. Still a great price considering what I'm bundling (brand new the whole lot would set you have over £2,050).

2. The filament is Ultimaker's own make of PLA filament.

3. Printer is located in Huntingdon, UK.

4. I don't mind sending it (I still have the original box) but the buyer pays for the shipping. I also don't mind meeting up somewhere to make the trade in person within a 50 mile radius of Huntingdon.

5. The machine is fully operational with the latest firmware. As for clogging, etc. It does this no more often than anyone else's as far as I can tell from the forums.


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