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Hi UM forums,

I bought a UM2 for rapid prototyping in September and I have not been able to use it as much as I want to.

I have made some cool stuff but as far as business goes I have been outsourcing my 3D printing, and I need more money to put into my company (you can check it out at Neverdropit.com).

I am based in Boston, MA and my UM2 is like new and I still have the box. I am willing to give a discount for the holiday season.

Pick-up only.

Thanks,

Jonathan

jonathan@neverdropit.com

 

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Ooh. I'm in Boston MA. But I already have a UM2. Are you going to any of the upcoming 3d print meetups? I'll be at both of these:

 

 

There's usually interesting people at these things.

 

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Oops. We've met. Now I remember. Sorry I didn't recognize your icon! I mean I recognized it but I forgot what it means - once I remembered the strap-around-finger iphone product it all came back to me!

By the way - UM2s are pretty easy to sell on ebay.

 

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