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    Getting a 3D printer, Suggestions?

    Hi,
    I have a budget of £1000 and a max of £1300, I am looking for a printer that is preferably pre-built or has very little assembly, A large-ish build volume and with good quality prints.
    Does anyone have any suggestions or recommendations?
    I was thinking of the Wanhao Duplicator 6 or 5s?

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    After a lot of research I picked the Flash forge Creator Pro. I've had it about a month, used it constantly, and love it. The heated print bed with its great surface means no tape or hairspray and mostly no curling. I find if a print curls is time to clean it with alcohol. Since getting this I've switched over almost entirely to ABS. On the US Amazon site, Flashforge has a sale going on-$13.99 for 1kg ABS spools.

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      #3
      Hello. We would of course recomend our own THREEDY 3D Printer.
      THREEDY 3D printers are high quality, reliable British designed & manufactured 3D printers.

      Our fully assembled classic THREEDY retails at £1195 and has bed size 210 x 210 (x 160 high), or you could consider the THREEDY Large with a larger bed size of 310 x 210 mm £1395 (which includes everything you'll need to get started - enough for 3 days non-stop printing!)

      If you have any questions, please contact us. More info (inc Contact details) are on our website. www.threedyprinters.com
      Check out the "testimonials" page to see what our customers have to say about their THREEDY 3D printers.

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        #4
        Glad you're happy with the Flashforge. I've heard good things about those machines.

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