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TheMadface80

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    Looking into 3D printing

    I'll definitely look into your suggestions. They seem like fine printers. I appreciate your input
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    Looking into 3D printing

    It seems like the Monoprice Select does have a heated bed, but I think I agree with you. Crality's printer not only has the heated bed, but has plenty of printing space. The only reason I considered the other one (the Monoprice Delta) is because of the auto-level and it's mostly assembled outside the box, but I don't mind assembling the Creality if I get more space. I've also heard that replacing the bed with glass is beneficial
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    Looking into 3D printing

    Good morning! Recently, I've been wanting to get into 3D printing, and I'm waiting for my tax return to buy a printer to make tools and other things. There are plenty of options on the market from what I see, and I've been looking into a few affordable options for a starter printer. I've looked at the following options: Monoprice Select Mini 3D Printer V2 Monoprice Mini Delta 3D Printer Creality Ender 3 My current budget is approximately $200 (give or take a few bux) and I was wondering which of those printers has the best quality for the price. I'm planning on working mostly with PLA, and I would really appreciate advice from people who are experts in this subject. I'd also like to know what pros and cons you have for each if you own any of these. If you have any other recommendations for other printers, that would be appreciated as well. Thank you for reading this, and any help would be appreciated. UPDATE: I'm aware that filament will increase my price. I don't include it in my budget because I have a separate budget for that already (about $100). I also already included tax and stuff. All ~$200 is purely for the printer.
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