The QIDI TECH X-Plus surprised me with its ability to 3D Print challenging filaments such as Nylon and ABS, but at over twice the price of comparable i3 style 3D Printers, its a hard sell if you're not after that capability.
EDIT: Thanks to those who pointed out you can buy additional print surfaces on their ebay store! https://www.ebay.com/str/Qidi-Tech-II
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Purchasing your First 3D Printer - https://www.makersmuse.com/purchasing-your-first-3d-printer-fdm-fff
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