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UM + E3D + Enclosed + Heated bed + UniController - UK

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I have UM for sell.

 

My UM has:

 

- heated bed (firmware recognize and working without any issue, temps up to 110 with aluminium bottom bed + glass top bed)

- E3D hotend (I still have old UM hotend)

- Enclosed case (nice 4mm thick doors (you can open each side)

- LCD with SD reader (original)

 

 

PM me for more information. I'm based in Scotland but I can deliver it across UK (costs depends from location).

 

 

 

Everyone know cost of UM without heated bed, enclosure and E3D.

Selling as currently I'm working a lot and simple I have no time to print anything.

I have also ABS/PLA filaments (black, red, white, silver and blue) for sell (kept with dehumidifiers, one is still sealed).

 

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