Buy a cheap chinese printer like a Creality/Tevo/Anet and you're gonna have issues, period.Why are so many 3D printers not garbage and why do people buy them if they are?
It's there not health and safety concerns? Hot smoke and fire and stuff on a plastic substrate?I'm officially in the bong business. Got a cheque from a bong shop today
Bought the Makerbot clone for $250 CAD. Owned by a teenager who didn't know what to do with it, kept running into problems and trying to fix them. Makerbots are the quintessential "in the corner of a high school library, sitting there broken" printer, so this was pretty much the same situation.
Needs some work, but not too much work.
That's one of the first things I thought of.It's there not health and safety concerns? Hot smoke and fire and stuff on a plastic substrate?
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makerbot clone is a good boy.