Just discovered this community; very cool. I’ve been using a MB Replicator Dual (the wooden one) for a year or so. It’s been really useful, but I think we’re ready for a replacement (something is out of alignment and each layer is offset from the one below, so everything leans to the left).
So, what printer would you choose? Price isn’t a major driver (let’s keep it under $25k!). We like a large build volume and pretty good resolution. We have a bunch of MakerBot spools (ABS and PLA) left over from when things starting leaning, so it might be nice to choose a printer that can use that material. Is there anything available that won’t require a lot of tinkering once it’s assembled?