Professional high-resolution 3-extruder delta 3D printer from Mass Portal. These are only available direct from Mass Portal in Latvia and are expensive machines. Add international freight, customs duties, taxes, and total cost new comes to about $8,000. The printer is hardly used at all and essentially in brand new condition.
Although the machine is listed on the Mass Portal web site as a dual-extruder printer, it actually has 3 direct-drive extruders, meaning you can print from 3 spools of filament at the same time. It supports a wide range of 1.75mm filaments, including PLA, PVA, ABS, PET-G, HIPS, TPU, PC, Nylon, composites, etc. The hot end can reach 300°C and it includes a heated print bed reaching 120°C. The print chamber is fully enclosed and can reach 80°C, has removable acrylic sides (magnetic), and features a ventilation and filtration system. It has a large build volume of 300mm x 300mm x 300mm with automated self-leveling, and can print up to 0.01mm (that's 10-micron) layer height. It has a full-color touchscreen interface with Wi-Fi connectivity, and gcode files can be uploaded to the printer through USB, TCP/IP, or Wi-Fi for standalone printing. The machine comes with a user manual, filament spool holder, part removal tool, diagonal cutters (for cutting filament), roll of 2" wide blue painters tape (for the build surface), USB cable, unopened tube of copper grease (used with changing out nozzles), and remainder of a sample spool of Polymaker PolyMax PLA filament. Also including an assortment of unused Mass Portal brass nozzles at 0.1mm, 0.2mm, 0.4mm, 0.6mm, and 0.8mm diameters. Links will be provided where you can download Mass Portal slicing profiles and a video tutorial on how to change out the nozzle (which is slightly more involved than less-expensive machines).
You can see a video of this actual machine printing at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jO6B2WuMgZw
This is a massive (and heavy) printer measuring 17"W x 18"D x 34"H for professional 3D printing, barely used at all and for less money than if you were to order one from Mass Portal. I would prefer a local buyer (Boise, Idaho) to not have to arrange freight delivery (at buyer expense) or risk the machine being damaged during shipment.