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melkins2

UM1 For Sale- San Francisco Bay Area

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Hey all, I have my UM1 that I would like to sell. It has had a good long year of ownership, but it's time to give her up.

The printer is in need of repairs, the original bed has been replaced with a piece of tempered glass that is the exact same measurements as the original acrylic. I also have a heated bed that will be shipped with the printer along with a power supply for it. I still have the original bed. The xy axis sticks, the bottom fan on the motherboard is loud and vibrating, and the temp sensor on the head has been replaced and does not display an accurate temperature, however it is close enough.

All of this is beyond myself to fix, and I would like to go get myself an american based printer so support can be easily accessed.

If you like to fix things, this would be a great project and you could learn how to fix any problems that may arise in your printers. I know i sure have.

I am asking 1000 OBO + cost of shipping to where ever you live

aaaaandd....... BEGIN BIDDING!!!!

 

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