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.
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.
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.