I am planning to get a 3D Printer, to learn the basics. To find out what’s what and what’s what not and stuff. I have read a lot of stuff but I realize I need to experience this first hand.
I was told that it is preferable to have a dual-extruder-printer, so one head loads the “expensive” main material and the second would use a cheaper material to create the stability parts during printing.
I see RapMan can have a dual extruder. Any other low end printers that could have that? I found the Cubify Cube a nifty device but that seems to have only one head.
Any Ideas on how to start?