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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    yeah - we get a lot, not sure anyone else removes it and I'm only one person :-)

    Not sure reposting it for them is a terribly good idea though ;-)
    I agree! If it is obvious spam or click bait, just delete it along with the user?

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    We just got another Prusa printer, it is the Prusa Mini and it was very easy to assemble and prints great right out of the box. Granted, the print size is a little smaller than our Mk 2 and Mk 3 but for the price, it is very hard to beat.
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    While buying a 3D printer, you should give focus on the following points :-

    Resin vs. Filament 3D Printers
    3D Printer Noise
    Printing Speed
    Self-levelling Bed
    3D Printer Connectivity Options
    Device Footprint and Build Size
    Print Quality, Accuracy, Precision, and More



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    i'm also looking for best and cheap price printer

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    Monoprice Voxel ($399) is the best 3D printer for anyone on a budget. It produces good-looking prints at speeds you'd expect from more expensive models. If you'd like to save even more money, the $180 XYZ da Vinci Nano is one of the best 3D printers for beginners and a good choice for classrooms that need low-cost printers for STEM instruction. We also like the 3Doodler Create Plus pen as a tool to help teenagers and hobbyists create their own 3D objects.

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    I am a beginner and I went for the anycubic i3 mega £230 (variable). It is quite simple to use and I have been able to do some cool prints. It isn't the highest quality but still good enough quality to be really satisfied. Look into it yourself though before purchasing.

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    Interesting options. I am considering getting an inexpensive 3D printer for my home. I think it will be useful. Even if it cannot provide super-cool print quality, it will at least schematically display what is needed.

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    Can anyone give me some recommendations? I'm looking for a printer that

    1. Can print both ABS and flexible material.
    2. Has a fairly large build size 300 x 300 x 300 preferably
    3. Will print at a high quality for the price.
    4. cost no more than £750.

    Does it exist? Or am I asking too much?Any help appreciated.

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    Nothing heh?

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    Reliable printer

    Look at the Prusa i3 Mk3S+ kits. Around $750 , easy to assemble and print great.

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