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    well personally I wouldn't touch an ender 3 with an extremely long bargepole.
    not a great design and for every one that works we have 20 people on here with problems.
    If you're going for an I3 style. Then get one with a direct drive extruder and side support rods or rails. NOT a single central support that's mounted on sideways wheels. That's just never going to be completely level - ever !
    If you're intent on an i3 then this is probably the best around in the budget sector.
    https://www.amazon.com/Monoprice-Tou...gateway&sr=8-6
    That's a decent bit of kit. A rebadged flashforge i3 creator plus (monoprice don't make printers, but rebadge and sell for less than the original manufacturer). Head and shoulders above an ender 3.
    Doesn't have the bells and whistles, but a very solid design with lots and lots of mods on thingiverse and a large support network.

    My current budget recommendation would probably be a monoprice voxel
    It's a rebadged flashforge adventurer 3. Not a massive build platform, but pretty decent otherwise.

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    yes.
    It's just a pain sourcing all the bits individually, and generally works out more expensive than buying a kit.
    Which is why so many people buy a kit and then modify it.
    :-)

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    artillery now known as evnovo are a new manufacturer and there 1st 3d printer i highly recomend

    build print volume quiet great print quality
    https://www.inov3d.net/artillery-3d-...nder-x1-review

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  5. #55
    I was actually asking my self the same question and all your message definitely helped me choosing mine. Thanks guys

  6. #56
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  7. #57
    Prusa MK2 still going strong after 3000h of print inside enclosure! For over a year no tuning, no calibration, nothing... just printing! It's my winner!

  8. #58
    if you are confuse with PLA vs ABS Filament, i would recommend you to go with ABS.

  9. #59
    It depends on your budget and the type of work as well you want to do.

  10. #60
    Dear first tell that for which purpose you want to use it then I can tell you ideal 3d printer for that specific purpose.

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