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    Velleman K8200 3D Printer Kit



    I love this printer, but if you are expecting something that is plug and play, you will be disappointed.
    Once built, I have had a lot of success with the printer. The build was intense and took me two days. The instructions were clear and there were lots of good pictures. Lots of experimenting required to get successful prints, but if you do not give up, you will be very impressed with the quality.

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    This is a good starter printer in terms of what it can do. If you look at operating it there is quite a learning curve but the advantage is that you can highly modify this printer to your own needs and has open-source firmware. So I only recommend it to tech-savvy people.

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