Especially when you consider that the printer is $199
I've been playing with my Ender 3 v2 for about a month now and I got my wife excited about me having it, so it was a quick jump to convince her to let me get a small resin printer. I mean, who doesn't like the idea of building stuff with lasers?
Well, my new LD002R Resin printer was delivered...
Read a few reviews, and it looks like I will probably stick with the v2. Apparently the v2 is a bit more user-friendly out of the box, and it's fairly easy to upgrade to print ABS later. This is going to be like building my first PC. A good learning experience, and it will be functional, but...
I'm headed to microcenter in about 3 hours (when they open).
I was planning to get an Ender 3 v2. But after reading a bit more I'm considering the CR-10s. It says it will do ABS right out of the gate, which the v2 does not mention.
Bahhh, decisions suck.