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    Cant thank you enough for your help!

    I still have time till next month, when I have enough money sitting around for the creator pro, IŽll use that time to get into slicing programs and finding one that suits my needs.

    Thanks alot!

    Will update in this thread when IŽve got my printer.

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    Another means to weld is friction welding with filament attached to a dremel, or a simple 3D printing pen.
    Ultimakers are great machines, if you are going to start with low budget I recommend the Ultimaker Original. You can modify it for dual extrusion.
    The Ultimaker 2 borders on a professional level printer so if you have the budget that is wonderful.
    Otherwise the Cel Robox is a good printer at $1k, with dual heads, enclosed volume and more reliable than Flashforge, though I agree, I would also choose the Flashforge over the Ultimaker 2. If you print a lot with ABS I do recommend installing a ventilation system and using it in a room where you don't reside.

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