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S O L D !

-- Nederlands / Dutch --

Te koop Ultimaker 2, nog niet uit de doos geweest.

Incl. EU Cable, 1 rol PLA Flexible-Black, 1 rol PLA Gold.

Nieuwprijs: € 2.422,41

Vraagprijs: € 2.100,00

Geleverd aan ons op 3-6-2014

Locatie: Heerlen, Nederland

Transportkosten nader te bepalen.

We verkopen de printer omdat deze toch niet nodig bleek te zijn.

-- English --

For Sale Ultimaker 2, still unboxed.

Including EU Cable, 1 roll of PLA Flexible-Black, 1 roll of PLA Gold.

Original price: € 2.422,41

Asking price: € 2.100,00

Delivery date to us 3-6-2014

Location: Heerlen, Netherlands

Shipping costs to be determined later.

Printer is for sale because it appeared to be not necessary.

 

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Hello,

I would be interested to buy and pick up in person. I live north of Cologne.

As I will be buying in the name of my business, I would need an invoice showing VAT with my company name on it. Would that be possible?

Regards,

Oliver

 

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