Before you start on your 3d printing journey you have to accept a couple of things up front. You have to be ok with fixing issues all the time, having prints fail, spending a lot of time on Youtube watching troubleshooting videos and being open to learning on the daily.
There’s a learning curve for sure but after a month or so if you’re dedicated to learning the ins and outs you’ll be well on your way to successfull 3d printing. When I first started I made the mistake of buying a cheaper, smaller printer. I found out quickly that all items that I needed to fix where enclosed, hard to reach and had unique bolt heads and replacement parts not readily available. Not to mention the fact that I couldnt print anything larger so I quickly put that printer to rest and purchased a larger one. Lesson […]
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