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    I'm a new to 3D printer, I have a Creality Ender 3V2. It is said that this is a printer suitable for beginners. Now I can print some simple model. I really like 3D printing, I will try to learn more knowledge about printing.

  2. #92
    Yes I agree with @spencerross .I usually recommend an FDM printer rather than an SLA one.I kind of prefer filament printers, they're much safer and cleaner!

  3. #93
    I can tell you my experience with ELEGOO Mars 2 Pro 3D Printer. After lots of YouTube research I bought this. because it was the best value for money in the UK and has good performance, having some significant upgrades on the basic Mars, including the built in extraction and cover seal and the fill level marker on the aluminium resin tray. I am using it to print out display accessories and scenery for my Star Wars figures and vehicles. I would recommend Thingiverse and Cults3d as good resources for free print files. It requires minimum setup, came very well packaged and the box cut down slightly makes an excellent cover to give extra protection from unwanted uv light and dust when not in use. It takes up very little space in my workshop.

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    Yeah, in this price range there are a ton of different printers. I would definitely recommend some printers if you were under the $100 mark. I am not one that knows a lot about printers above my own sending power.

    for printers that are under $1000, I would recommend the Creality Ender 3, or really any printer from Prusa. Prusa is a super reliable company and is top of the line right now.

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    Original Prusa i3 MK3S+

    Dremel DigiLab 3D45 3D Printer


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    • Creality Ender 3 Pro. Best 3D Printer Overall.
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    The FlashForge Finder is one of the most popular 3D printers around, and with good reason. It offers a decent build volume, wifi connectivity, and runs more quietly than most at 50dB. You can only print with PLA, but that's to be expected as this is a beginner-friendly model.

  8. #98
    I totally agree with @Big Bang! I bought my first 3D printer two years ago just for my hobby and so far I am satisfied with the details and quality.
    If you also want one to kill some time, you may check this one: https://twotrees3d.com/3d-printing-machine/

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    I have a new Prusa Mini+ shipping to me this week, will post some feedback when it arrives. This will be my third Prusa and my son has three as well.

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    My son ordered our new Prusa Mini+ three weeks ago, this morning I got a notice it was picked up by FedEx in Chrastany, CB so it is on it's way. It will be the sixth printer at my house (not all presently in use). My son has another 6 or 7 at his house. I think we may have a problem? I will update when it arrives.

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