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Ulitmaker Original for sale - Norway

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I bought it because it sounded cool. The plan was to learn to design and print after i got it. I do not have time for that, so i need to sell it.

 

I can not get it to work 100%, so the price will be very low!

I have spent over 1800Euro on this equipment.

I do not go lower than 300Euro. Accepts Bid

I will cover the shipping within Norway. If the buyer is outside Norway's borders I cover 50% of the freight.

 

The package includes:

Ultimaker original that is stained with walnut stain. Looks real nice

Heated bed mod (Works with both 115VAC and 230VAC, works great)

Hot end V2

Orignal hot end

Extruder mod (works great, printed it from a sketch on the forum)

extruder v2

A lot of spare parts (nuts, screws and so on)

Ulticontroller! Very handy

Plastic (Green Yellow pla, pla black and black abs. Look at the pictures)

Netfabb software license.

 

Some pictures:

http://s498.photobucket.com/user/fredrikmo/library/printer

 

The problem seems to be the hotend. I've tried to fix it several times with no luck.

 

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