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Lots of 3mm filament at a good price !

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I’m getting rid of all my 3mm filament at the price I bought them, you’ll hardly find a better deal !

New:

laywoo-D3 cherry light brown 250g 18€

laybrick 250g 21€

taulman 618 450g 29€

ultimaker:

ABS white 750g 31€

PLA flex black 750g 34€

formfutura:

PLA white 1Kg 22€

PLA grey 1Kg 22€ x2

faberdashery (unspooled):

PLA artic white 100m 29€

PLA crystal clear 5m 2€

PLA architect’s stone 5m 2€

PLA desert tan 5m 2€

PLA butter cream 5m 2€

PLA raspberry spark 5m 2,5€

PLA pearly white 5m 2,5€

PLA glowbug yellow 5m 2,5€

Used:

nobrand:

PLA grey 500g 10€

PLA white 500g 10€

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Shipping costs start at 15,50€ for the E.U. and 6€ for France.

Payment accepted via PayPal/BC, wire bank transfer or French bank check.

If interested contact my by private message exclusively, if not, don't reply this thread.

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Other items for sale: http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/5532-refurbished-ultimaker-2-for-sale/, http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/4795-ultimaker-1-spare-parts-ulticontroller-for-sale/

 

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How much of each has been used? What are the advantages to people buying from you at the same price you paid, rather than just buying brand new direct from distributors and getting newer material, warranty etc?

Also, please stop posting demands about how people should and should not interact on the forum. You've been warned about this before.

 

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