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    Quote Originally Posted by travisb6989 View Post
    Which printer do you have?


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    I have an Adimlabs gantry. 310x310x400 print capability. It's a printer for those that are handy and tech savy. Lots of tinkering required LOL! But once you get it lined out it prints like a champ!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrNeutron View Post
    I have an old i3 made from a kit (Sunhokey), also a CR10s and an Ender 3.
    Hard to beat the Ender 3 for a good started printer, it is cheap and can print PETG and PLA with minimal tweaks. The only real upgrade needed to print PETG is some capricorn tubing when printing above 245 or so (some brands PETG can go up to 260 or so).
    Ukewarrior is right about the monoprice, I have heard good things and they do go on sale from time to time.
    If you lived close, I'd print them for you for the cost of filament.
    Iíd pay shipping and filament.

    But Iíve been thinking about buying the ender 5 unit just to get the larger print area. Itís not terribly expensive.


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    Quote Originally Posted by travisb6989 View Post
    I’d pay shipping and filament.

    But I’ve been thinking about buying the ender 5 unit just to get the larger print area. It’s not terribly expensive.


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    I doubt you would want to pay shipping from Canada on what would be a large box, since 16 of them would be bulky.
    The ender 5 looks like a good buy, I've always wanted to try a core xy style over a cartesian.
    Phil

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