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Expected delivery date?

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I just ordered my Ultimaker Original kit today. I live in the US and I'm wondering what the average experience is for a typical American order in terms of time to ship and time of shipping.

Will I be waiting a month for delivery? Is it going to take a week to begin shipping?

 

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I ordered my Ultimaker 2 on July 2nd and it shipped out about 3 business days later. Really fast turn around time on their part. It did get stuck in customs for about a week since there were quite a few forms that needed to be completed. FedEx originally told me that Ultimaker would complete them but after a few days, I asked if I could complete them to speed the process. They allowed me to complete all 5 forms and it got to me the next day.

Word of warning, I would complete the required forms whenever FedEx calls you. Though it may be different depending on the state you're in, it seemed like New Jersey was being overly picky based on other people's experiences.

 

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I just ordered my Ultimaker Original kit today. I live in the US and I'm wondering what the average experience is for a typical American order in terms of time to ship and time of shipping.

Will I be waiting a month for delivery? Is it going to take a week to begin shipping?

 

Hey dylanweber. Did you get any info on this?

I'm wondering about the same thing. Ordered on the 21/7, so two days over two weeks ago.

 

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