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Ultimaker Original with Ulticontroller and drive upgrade

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Im selling my Ultimaker Original. I had been using this printer during the last 14 months. Now I move to another city and a new job, and I can´t take it with me.

The printer includes the UltiController and it has the driver upgrade.

This is a picture of the printer. And in this link you can download a video of the machin working: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/414695/V%C3%ADdeo%206-10-14%2016%2051%2016.mov

I am asking 900€ for the unit plus shipping.

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The printer has a small problem, the fan extruder

operates continuously. So to get the best results it is necessary to manually disconnect during the first layers and then reconnect it. This can be done easily plugging and unplugging the plug fan, for which no need to stop printing.

 

Questions/comments welcome!

 

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