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Buying a Ultimaker 2

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Everything you need to print is included, including SD card & a reel of filament, even a glue stick for the bed. You'll need to download the Cura software and you'll need software to produce the 3d models in the first place.

 

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The printer includes:

- The printer itself

- Removable Glass bed

- Power Supply

- Power Cable

- Miscellaneous accessories such as spool holder, filament guide, allen keys, manual, grease, glue stick

- A roll of PLA filament to print with

- SD Card

Cura software to convert models to printable files can be downloaded from software.ultimaker.com, or other slicers are available for free such as Slic3r and Kisslicer.

 

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