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Ultimaker Filaments and Parts now available in the USA

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I just wanted to let everyone know that fbrc8.com (Ultimaker's Official USA Assembly and Support Partner) now has Ultimaker filaments (PLA, FlexPLA, and ABS), as well as spare parts for both the Ultimaker Original and Ultimaker 2 available for sale and shipping in the USA.

Shipping by USPS Priority Mail is a flat rate $7.50 on small orders and free on orders over $75.

We have listed the most common spare parts on the site already, but we do have virtually the entire set of spares available, so if there is something you need that isn't listed yet, please email sales@fbrc8.com, and we will get you a quote and/or add it to the store.

We also have a limited quantity of faberdashery filaments that we will be adding to the store this weekend, ahead of a new larger shipment of faberdashery materials in the next few weeks.

To place an order, please visit our http://fbrc8.com/collections.

 

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