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Manchester07

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Absolutely i just fo
Well I can buy 4 Creality for one of the others, my son has an Ender 3 still stick no issues, and I've been following a Creality group so not to concerned about problems. They all have issues if your a noob. I appreciate the input. I've seen lots of good and bad with them all. I have a pretty good handle what everyone has problems with and all the upgrades are personal preference.
I believe it's like any hobby you start slow and see where you go.
Absolutely i just don't want to buy the wrong thing or something that isn't going to meet my needs
 

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Quantum Stan

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I'm Trying to get into this but I'm a complete noob when it comes to 3d printing. Ultimately I'd like something that would be sufficient to build a full suit with
I'd join some Facebook groups and watch YouTube videos...that's how I've learned so much in a short time.
I've only been building cosplay for less than a year, but I see a huge potential for commissions. Plus a whole lot more.
 

Quantum Stan

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Absolutely i just foAbsolutely i just don't want to buy the wrong thing or something that isn't going to meet my needs
I fully understand, but I know guys running 4 CR-10 machines and have no problems, and its get good reviews, but they are as good as those reviewing I do understand that also. Plus they have a decent size build area for the price point.
 

offearth

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I fully understand, but I know guys running 4 CR-10 machines and have no problems, and its get good reviews, but they are as good as those reviewing I do understand that also. Plus they have a decent size build area for the price point.

They have problems. Normal wear and tear. All I’m saying is if you’re going to spend $500-700 on a printer, spend a little more on something you’re going to have to do little too.
 

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offearth

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Oh wow that runs continuously?

Yup. This Deathstroke Skull took 5 days.

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Quantum Stan

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They have problems. Normal wear and tear. All I’m saying is if you’re going to spend $500-700 on a printer, spend a little more on something you’re going to have to do little too.
Well the CR10 is like 349.00 so still under that 500.00 threshold. I have to budget, a Cadillac is not needed when a Honda will do the job for me...so to speak.
 

offearth

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Well the CR10 is like 349.00 so still under that 500.00 threshold. I have to budget, a Cadillac is not needed when a Honda will do the job for me...so to speak.

I wouldn't think of it like that, more or less future-proofing yourself. Just my $0.02 on it is all, I've been printing for about 5 years now and at this point the less I tinker with the machine the more time I have to make my dreams come true!
 

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