piningforfjords wrote:I've had pretty good luck with the ORD Solutions MH3000 printer (ordsolutions.com). I would suggest only getting a 2 or 3 print head version. Very robustly built. The one down side is the table warps so you need to use a glass or mirror on the build table.
I watched a video, and the printer seemed slow and the print quality was nothing to be too proud of. We have ORD Bot owners on this forum who regularly turn out much better quality objects. Also, it seems it has a "patented cooling system", which open-source fans will not like. Is the name ORD Solutions an attempt to mislead, or is the resemblance to Bart's ORD Bot a coincidence?
The OP says it's "very solidly built", but "the table warps" -- isn't that the opposite of very solid?
And, from the site, the MH3000 are "the most rugged, versatile, and user-friendly desktop 3D printers on the market". However, their RoVa3D printers are "the most rugged, versatile, and user-friendly desktop 3D printers on the market". Seriously, make up your minds. (To be fair, the MH3000 and the RoVa3D seem identical...)