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Ultimaker 1 - Factory Assembled with UltiController & Accessories

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I have a barely used factory assembled Ultimaker 1 for sale. I had plans to start up my own business but had to take a paid job so now don't have the time to use the printer.

The printer was purchase in August 2013 and since then I've probably printed less than 20 objects so it really hasn't been used.

Being factory assembled it came with the UltiController included.

Also in the sale:-

PLA red, orange and white. (Orange is untouched, red has about 80-90% remaining and white about 60% remaining).

One full reel of Scotch tape and one part used.

2GB SD Card

As the printer has been barely used then I'm looking for no less than £1,250 + delivery. Payment would need to be bank transfer or cash.

I'm only looking to sell and deliver within the UK.

Inbox me for images.

 

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