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Hm. Doesn't support ABS extrusion. The equivalent Monoprice machine costs $20 cheaper. Yawn.

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Reviews also look a little dicey: http://reviewmeta.com/amazon/B017VQ9CY0

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I do not recommend 3D printers of the XYZ brand. Much like regular paper printers, XYZ makes most of their money from cheap printers, overpriced "ink".

The filament rolls of this printer are equipped with a sensor chip that forces the printer to cease any project once it thinks the roll is empty. Most of the time according to reviews, the roll isn't empty--thus ruining any projects in progress.

The sensor chip on the PLA filament rolls also prevents any non-XYZ rolls from being used with the printer. This means you MUST use their own brand of filament. The quality of the XYZ filament is so bad you can see it from the naked eye.

Please do yourself a favor and do not buy from XYZ brand if you are interested in 3D printing.

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