Makergear M2 with V4 HotEnd Upgrade - $1100

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britneyw1
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Makergear M2 with V4 HotEnd Upgrade - $1100

Post by britneyw1 » Mon Aug 28, 2017 12:17 am

Up for sale is a makergear M2 with an upgraded V4 Hot-End which makes for excellent quality prints over the V3 nozzle when used with Simplify 3D thanks to its excellent temperature stability and printing consistency. The 3D printer has less than 200 hours on it and I'm selling it because my workshop is using other 3d printers for lower quality but higher volume mass manufacture. The printer is located just north of Houston, TX and is available for free pickup or I can ship anywhere in the continental USA for $130. I'm selling for $1200 and I can give a $40 discount for acceptable payment methods other than paypal since paypal charges me 3% on all transactions (Like check, money order or western union or somesuch).

I also have this roll of kapton tape and two boxes of ABS white filament I can include for an extra $15 to cover shipping.

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Re: Makergear M2 with V4 HotEnd Upgrade - $1200

Post by britneyw1 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:11 pm

I'm marking down the price to $1100 and that's about as low as I'm going.

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Re: Makergear M2 with V4 HotEnd Upgrade - $1100

Post by britneyw1 » Sat Sep 16, 2017 1:48 am

Changed my mind.
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Re: Makergear M2 with V4 HotEnd Upgrade - $1000

Post by sthone » Mon Sep 18, 2017 1:18 am

Honestly.... I think it's price vs condition.. that thing looks like it's in pretty rough shape.

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Re: Makergear M2 with V4 HotEnd Upgrade - $1000

Post by britneyw1 » Mon Sep 18, 2017 3:59 am

sthone wrote:Honestly.... I think it's price vs condition.. that thing looks like it's in pretty rough shape.
Thanks for letting me know, it's a little dusty from sitting in storage, I'll clean it up and retake pictures.

Update: I decided I would build the house and then retake pictures inside it. I get the sense a white wall backdrop would look "better" than my driveway, lol. So, that's probably going to be another 3-4 weeks from now.

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