In reading a little more, is the Ender 6 more of a match for the Prusa?
I believe it depends on the printer you choose. Some even print glass filled, metal, carbon fiber, etc. but they're probably pricey.I’d want to be able to print everything from rubbery stuff to hard, ridgid durable stuff.
Haha! I had the same feeling; must be ESPN.I feel like we’ve met before!
In what little shopping I've done the ones who don't mention that stat are typically a little on the small side and don't want to advertise that weak stance. Some of the ones who do mention it because of the large print area are maybe hoping it makes up for some other shortcoming in their printer. Research is key here!One of the things I’ve noticed while printer shopping is that many don’t show the maximum printable area which is kind of important to me.
That's the way it is with my 6" jointer. Sure wish I had an 8" jointer!My guess is that once you have printer that can print 10” you’ll have a project that’s 11” so you get a 12” printer, then you have a project that’s 13” and so on.
Is that about average for a 3D printer? I'm sure it depends on what material you print, volume of print jobs, number of spools of filament, etc. but just in general?I think I am on my 5th or 6th nozzle.