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When Will US Shipping Cost Reductions Start?

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Per the news post September 16:

"Today, the Netherlands-based, award-winning 3D printer manufacturer has announced availability of its products to North American customers through its partnership with fbrc8, who has the license and capability to assemble Ultimaker 3D printers directly in the US for faster and more cost-effective shipment to the North American market."

Any idea when we will see the reduced shipping charges (as of this post they are still at Netherlands shipping rates)? I am asking because I am putting together an order right now and if those shipping costs will be lower next week, for example, then I will wait until next week. Please advise; thanks,

 

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It appears that Makershed and Dynamism have the same price for the Ultimaker 2. Does anyone know when either of these retailers will have more Ultimaker 2 in stock?

 

Dynamism said they get in new shipments every week, at least when I bought mine a month ago. They have great customer service if you haven't contacted them already.

 

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