3D printing - getting started

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I'm in awe with my ender 3 while my prusia struggle with print adhesion after a year of use.  Glass bed is amazing.  If you thinker even just a bit, a 3d printer is game changing.  Imagine you work on your car and break a few of those pesky body grommet. You can prototype, test and come to a final replacement within a day.

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Another thing comes to my mind. Noise.

The Ender 3 is 230ish bucks but this little guy likes to whistle with all it's servos. The 750 buck Mk3s is way way much quieter. 

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The Ender 3 V2 is said to be way quieter and improved in other areas too, like it has a glass bed to start with.

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I saw a post of you being interested in 3d printing. So I'm curious if you got in. Did you buy a printer? How's it going etc....

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No, not yet, still thinking about what I can actually do with it (other than printing a large Terminator head for my headphones) so that it does not just sit there and collect dust.

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