I like mine, I second the glass bed. I printed a bunch of your 2mm buildings recently, and they turned out great. I have had it for a year and started having extruder problems, the filament stopped feeding. But I bought an aluminum upgrade that cost me a whopping $10.
I print mostly terrain but will post some picks of your units once I get the extruder swapped out.
Post by wargameaddict on Jul 13, 2020 14:52:16 GMT
I have an Ender3. To be clear, if you take your time learning the machine you will good results with the stock model. Get the spring upgrade, glass bed and a set of .2 nozzles. I print miniatures(with .2 nozzle) and terrain (with .4 nozzle). The real hassle comes from keeping the filament relatively dry to reduce stringing (you can remove most with careful use of a hairdryer). Level the bed properly and adhesive is not needed. For really tricky prints I go all the way up to using a raft for keeping the print stable.