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Ultimaker 2 like new (used 5 times) for sale from Canada (Montreal)

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My Ultimaker 2 is for sale. Like new, with a lot of Filament (10 rolls, PLA and ABS total , and 4 rolls unopened from ultimaker ).

Bonjour, je vend mon imprimante ULTIMAKER 2 comme neuve, je donne 10 rouleaux de filament ABS et PLA (dont 4 encore scellés venant d'ultimaker)

Olivier Bourbonnais

P.S: Je suis de Montréal au Québec


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Sorry, my Ultimaker has been sold.


Just wondering, why are you selling it? (Just curious why some people buy a 3D printer and sell it later when it has seen little use)


I sold my printer because it has cost much more than expected due for delivery in Canada. I needed money for electronic equipment for a project.. I miss my printer since that day !


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