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hello there,

too much trouble for me with the software issues. ultimaker is a great 3d-printer for this money, most likely the best. but i need a pro tool, where i feed the 3d-cad drawing and press print.....and it works, and the finish is superb...

so if anybody fancy an assembled, not used ultimaker, got it delivered early march, assembled in march, now collecting dust.... 4 rolls of plast as well.... u can get a good price, better for all

br kasimir

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so if anybody fancy an assembled, not used ultimaker, got it delivered early march, assembled in march, now collecting dust.... 4 rolls of plast as well.... u can get a good price, better for all

for a successful sale, it would be important to include a couple more parameters:


  • [*:1yytlw78]location (on this planet, or at least a country)
    [*:1yytlw78]shipping (or pickup, if you establish where you are, or at least include the total weight, so people can estimate the shipping themselves)
    [*:1yytlw78]kind of plastic included (assuming it's PLA, since it comes from UM)
    [*:1yytlw78]filament colors and weight of the remaining plastic on the spools
    [*:1yytlw78]asking price

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hello there,

too much trouble for me with the software issues. ultimaker is a great 3d-printer for this money, most likely the best. but i need a pro tool, where i feed the 3d-cad drawing and press print.....and it works, and the finish is superb...

so if anybody fancy an assembled, not used ultimaker, got it delivered early march, assembled in march, now collecting dust.... 4 rolls of plast as well.... u can get a good price, better for all

br kasimir

 

plz email data and photos to dino@email.htnet.hr

thx

Dino

 

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