I'm a new 3D printer user and decided to try a lower end model to learn more about the process, I work at a motor repair shop and have been working with electronics all my life but getting this printer together was so difficult that I almost gave up on it 3 times before getting it together.
My trouble did not end there; I tried printing with ABS only to realize that we need to do temperature settings to get the prints to stick to the bed. The software supplied with the printer is opensource (Whatever that means) and not too user friendly to my liking.
Once you are up the learning curve the printer works fine but getting there can be really messy. One thing that I would recommend everyone is to use a Kapton tape on the printer bed and lower the printing speed if you need good prints.
You could buy this printer if you enjoy a good puzzle but it’s certainly not something that I enjoyed.
Once the printer was setup it works fine, the printer bed is really big. I was able to print ABS, PLA and flexible plastic. The printer looks good quality, and it prints but you really have to know your slicer.