- Great for beginners
- Solid build quality
- Good print quality for a basic filament-based machine
- Affordable price point
- Supports a variety of filament types
- Made for beginners
- Easy to use
- Good for small projects
- No support from the manufacturer
- Doesn't come with any software or instructions
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Anycubic Mega S
Great entry level 3D printer.
I purchased this 3D Printer on 22 May 2020 and expected, due to the pandemic and general panic going on in the world, for it to take a couple months to show up on my doorstep. Low and behold, 12 days later, it arrived. Due to work schedules and such, I didn't get to open it up for about 10 days, but...
Sell my Prusa for an X1 Carbon?
Also not a great deal when they get the printer, revo hotend, dryer, enclosure, webcam, and the pi3. The pi is on shortage right now and the revo is around 100 dollars. Personally I would try to get a Voron 2.4. By putting the printer together you will know when things go wrong and how to fix it.