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I am wanting to get one for my business for prototyping, but Ive never done design work before. So instead of the larger investment of new, in case I decide my brain isnt capable lol, Id like to find one of the above carefully used for sale.

I am in Texas.

 

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I'm in Houston, if you want to see UM2 in person let me know, I can show you the ins and outs and you can decide if you want new or used from there.

I'm away till January 4, but have no issues after that. I have it in my office in Katy.

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I'm in Houston, if you want to see UM2 in person let me know, I can show you the ins and outs and you can decide if you want new or used from there.

I'm away till January 4, but have no issues after that. I have it in my office in Katy.

 

I'll take you up on that since I'm in Katy on Fry Rd.

 

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