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Ultimaker v1 for sale Bristol UK, silicone Pad aluminium Heatbed + upgrades + filament + nylon

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for sale is my ultimaker v1

I have made several upgrades in the time ive had it including an aluminium heated bed powered by a silcone heat pad, this has its own power supply but is controlled through the ultimaker board. The bed is also lit by 2 rows of leds. it also comes with a spare reprap mk2 heatbed.

It also has my own version of the ultimaker extruder drive upgrade, which works extremely well.

It also has a v2 nozzle

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It will come with several rolls of filament most of which is high quality Faberdashery stuff, there are also two rolls of Taulman nylon filament which are practically unused.

I used this very handy machine mainly for printing thin walled bottles for design and prototyping purposes, which it does very well as you can see from my sample prints below. I mainly use Kisslicer and repetier host to control, with great results.

I will also happily give the buyer a tutorial on how to work it if they dont already know.

Price £1250

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