Anyone into 3d printing have a suggestion for which to get?I'm looking for something 250mm to 250mm min space around the 500 to 1000$ range. I do modeling but this would be my first printer.
>>650271I have that printer, (actually the first CR-10) and it rocks. I use a square Ikea mirror as a build plate and aqua net hairspray to get adhesion to it. Kind of a long learning process but there's plenty of info online
>>650271Anyone have the CAD files for that slick yellow gf?
>>650324Theres lots of nude bodys STL on grabcad
The Creality CR-10 shown in your picture is actually great for the money. With the right tuning and troubleshooting, the print quality will rival that of low-end SLA machines. I suggest if you have any technical knowledge or hands-on skill with working on electronics to change the heating element for the bed. The original takes a while to heat and doesn't really get hot enough to properly print ABS.
>>650374>I suggest if you have any technical knowledge or hands-on skill with working on electronics to change the heating element for the bedYea I dont, any resources. That sounds frustrating. And I dont build computers
>>650380Btw when I mean resources i mean information. Actual document links
If you have enough money to throw blindly, the Prusa i3 Mk3 is your best bet. If you like tinkering, buying the Creality CR-10 and upgrading as you go can save a few dollars and last quite a while. Creality may be a Chinese manufacturer, but they're not some Wanhao company that OEMs their shit to hell and back, and they don't have any official derivatives. As a Wanhao clone owner, save yourself the headache and get just about anything else.