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star-art

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I have a Form 2, BRAND NEW still in the box -- unopened and never used -- and I'm seriously thinking of selling it on. I know it's a fantastic machine that just works. I'm just moving in a different direction and want something bigger as well.
 

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janglesworthy

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I bought an epax x10 and x1-n-dj. I got them because they were solid metal and built like tanks compared to the other printers. Print quality is 2 parts one is the printer and the other is person driving the printer. You can give 5 people the same printer/resin/file and get 5 different results. So quality of the machine is what I look at first. At the end of the day the small printers are 300 or less so your not wasting too much money if you decided to stop using it.

I also just bought a uniz IBEE and have it coming in a few days, their resin and new light system is producing some amazing prints. They do have a steeper learning curve with their soft resin and the slicing software work around seems to be annoying.
 

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