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From cam to render to reality ...
To all beginners or interested parties that wishes to enter the 3d printing community, I would strongly suggest going for an Ender 3 (Bottom) than an Anet series (Top)
Reasons being -
1. It'll be easier to fix/tune because it is stable out of the box. The anet comes with an acrylic frame that has proved to be really shakey if not handled properly.
2. The motherboard is more reliable straight out of the box. The anet has a major flaw where the mosfet for the heated bed is not capable of handling and sustaining high temperatures, these has caused house fires in the past.
3. The level of tinkering is lesser out of the box. With the large community working with the printer, it is not difficult to find help or tinker yourself. Buying assembled can also reduce your issues from the get go to give you a more positive starter experience!
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Let me know what you think of my opinion!