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This is the one i bought to get a little experience
Ender 3 pro
I have it all dialed in and works great.

I also upgraded to this on:
Prusa 3i
Have to put it together sometime when i have time.

We use this one at work for small prototypes
Makerbot Replicator

Size and Quality cost.

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another vote for the Ender 3. A bit of a DIY to build it and tune the first time, but then its off to the races. I've been using it to re-print little plastic/nylon clips like those that hold in the light screws or similar with success. PLA material will not hold up to the outdoor weather but ABS and Nylon will.
 

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I decided to get an Ender 5 Pro, has a lot of support online. The print quality is better than I expected. My 17 old daughter assembled it and we have printed several of the upgrade brackets with PLA and PETG.

Thanks guys for posting.
 

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There are lots of 3D printers available nowadays. Printers like MakerGear M2, Ultimaker S3 3D Printer. These 3D printer is highly accurate and doesn’t sacrifice speed, has a sturdy print bed, and is fairly priced.
QIDI TECH X Max is the best value printer use FDM technology.
 
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