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    The best 3D printer?

    Hey guys I always love to create things. So now is the time to buy a 3D printer!!!!I have macos (I don’t know if this matter). My budget is 1000 max but if I can do the job with the half money...will be better. I am searching for the best quality printing.I see the cr10s pro v2 have good results.You will tell me. ThanxPs:I am ok with size printing from 280x280x280.
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    even with size printing 150X150 or 180x180 I will be ok...but I am searching for a no problem machine that prints out of the box the best quality.

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    Look at the Prusa line.. there is NO plug and play, but Prusa is closest.

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    Prusa Mini. Only 180x180x180 but it is only 3 pieces to assemble and prints incredibly just the way it comes. Prusa Slicer is free and user friendly and regularly updated.
    Last edited by AutoWiz; 12-20-2020 at 09:29 PM.

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    Try Lotmaxx sc-10 shark.the price is $439,print volume is 235*235mm*265mm.and Lotmaxx sc-10 shark have 3 great features.Auto leveling,Dual-color pinting and laser engraving.

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    And buy filament with the rest of the $1,000

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    lotmax is on kickstarter - so not available to actually buy.
    And it looks ,like a bog standard ender 3 clone - so best to avoid anyway.

    The biggest issue with prusa - is availability.
    Josef really needs to start ramping up production.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    lotmax is on kickstarter - so not available to actually buy.
    And it looks ,like a bog standard ender 3 clone - so best to avoid anyway.

    The biggest issue with prusa - is availability.
    Josef really needs to start ramping up production.
    Good point CA. The OP did specifically state he was looking for the "best quality printing" and the Prusa mini is so hard to come by because they are a printer farm favorite. This makes a huge statement as loud as can be about the overall print quality of the Prusa mini right out of the box. No kickstarter there just an extremely reliable quality printer backed by one of the bigger names in the industry. It is well worth the extra $300 if you can handle the build envelope. Which is actually a lot for a 'mini' printer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lotmaxx3d View Post
    Try Lotmaxx sc-10 shark.the price is $439,print volume is 235*235mm*265mm.and Lotmaxx sc-10 shark have 3 great features.Auto leveling,Dual-color pinting and laser engraving.
    If you want to send me one of those printers and a whole bunch of money I will rework it for you. We both know the design could be better and I can help you with that.

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