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Hi everybody,

i decided to sell my Ultimaker. The machine works fine but for the objects that i'd like to make i would need something that prints ABS, has an heated bed and also possibly an heated chamber so the Ultimaker was not the best choice for what i need to do.

Ciao a tutti,

ho deciso di vendere la mia Ultimaker. La macchina funziona correttamente ma per realizzare i miei oggetti avrei bisogno di una stampante che utilizzi ABS, abbia un piano riscaldato e magari anche una camera riscaldata quindi l'Ultimaker non è stata una scelta ottimale per quello che devo fare.

http://www.ebay.it/itm/160829705054

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Hi everybody,

i decided to sell my Ultimaker. The machine works fine but for the objects that i'd like to make i would need something that prints ABS, has an heated bed and also possibly an heated chamber so the Ultimaker was not the best choice for what i need to do.

Ciao a tutti,

ho deciso di vendere la mia Ultimaker. La macchina funziona correttamente ma per realizzare i miei oggetti avrei bisogno di una stampante che utilizzi ABS, abbia un piano riscaldato e magari anche una camera riscaldata quindi l'Ultimaker non è stata una scelta ottimale per quello che devo fare.

http://www.ebay.it/itm/160829705054

 

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

thx

Dino

 

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