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3D Printer recommendations
09-14-2015, 02:06 PM,
RE: 3D Printer recommendations
One thing to note: I cannot tell you how much I wish I had used my dremel tool to make all of the screw holes on the plastic parts big enough for the screws to slide through easily.

And, if I were you, I would go ahead and buy a E3D v6 hotend, or a v6 lite, they are very nice and make a big difference in prints, which was a suprise to me.
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10-09-2015, 03:14 PM,
RE: 3D Printer recommendations
Kind of late to the game on this thread.

I have a custom Prusa i3 I sourced and built in 2013.

I second ctcollins9 on the E3d. Best hotend around and they are a great company.

Buy extra nozzles for whatever hotend you end up with. I learned the hard way this weekend that Glow in the Dark filament is cool as hell but also very abrasive. Now I have to wait for new nozzles to show up.

Anyone else using octoprint?
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