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I've just got a Anycubic i3 Mega S - the reviews looked good - and it seems to work well, not that I've done much with it yet as it's a Christmas present from Herself ... my real problems were with 3D modeling to start with.
I'm sort-of working on part 3, but trying to get a box to keep it in finished (to keep the cat fur and teeth away from it), and having fun with bed leveling ... which may be an article all on it's own at this rate ...
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I've personally never used a 3D printer, but I have to imagine that the actual "printing" phase is just a tiny part of any project that ultimately involves a 3D printer...so I would suggest you spend plenty of time getting ahold of and working with 3D models with relevant software and get intimately familiar with the editing process, since this is where you'll probably spend most of your time. If you decide this isn't your cup of tea, then all you'll use the printer for is printing models others have already created.
I'm not trying to be a naysayer...I'm just trying to place myself in that situation and figuring out whether I could justify it. Obviously, YMMV.
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