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SainSmart x Creality Ender-3 PRO 3D Printer - $199.99

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Just curious what do people actually use these for?
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Ender 3 used to be the champ of low-price home 3D printers. Today, I'd definitely go for the Anycubic Mega-S at around the same price point. Better bed, better extruder, better interface, touchscreen, easier assembly, better build quality.

Cons: much louder fans
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Same printer on amazon for $206 with free prime shipping comes out to the same price as Woot but qualifies for 5% back with your prime visa.
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Same printer on amazon for $206 with free prime shipping comes out to the same price as Woot but qualifies for 5% back with your prime visa.
I believe this is the $260 "Pro" version.
https://www.amazon.com/SainSmart-...07H9NQWR4/
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Just curious what do people actually use these for?
Electronic projects.
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We are back to posting every woot deal? Yes, there are clearance sites on the Internet.
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Just curious what do people actually use these for?
Repairs of broken plastic parts and new ideas for solutions to problems.

Also printed a P100 mask when they were impossible to buy.
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We are back to posting every woot deal? Yes, there are clearance sites on the Internet.
There are also deals sites on the internet that post links to specific ones so that people can find them.

You happen to be on one right now.
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There are also deals sites on the internet that post links to specific ones so that people can find them.

You happen to be on one right now.
You don't understand my post. Slickdeals is a site that links to... Slickdeals. Woot is simply a clearing house website. It does not have "slickdeals". The bigger problem is that this would simply mean a flood of posts each and every day from these clearance websites, making Slickdeals pointless. Hence, the "We know about Woot". It is a lot like slickdeals posting links to other Slickdeal type sites.

Edit: BTW, Woot prices are pretty much the same as other sellers.
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How is this a deal? It's been this price for weeks
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Just curious what do people actually use these for?
The top three things used to be dildos, bongs and guns.

I personally make tools, gadgets for around the house, cool stuff like outlet shelves, toys, vases, etc. See thingiverse.com
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This is a decent deal for an Ender 3 Pro, the best intro hobby printer, IMO, and you get a few extra nozzles with the 'Sainsmart' version. (might be worth an extra $5)

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You don't understand my post. Slickdeals is a site that links to... Slickdeals. Woot is simply a clearing house website. It does not have "slickdeals". The bigger problem is that this would simply mean a flood of posts each and every day from these clearance websites, making Slickdeals pointless. Hence, the "We know about Woot". It is a lot like slickdeals posting links to other Slickdeal type sites.

Edit: BTW, Woot prices are pretty much the same as other sellers.
Not everyone spends hours a day surfing the same sites for new deals. I have deal alerts, like for a 3d printer. That's why I use Slickdeals. I don't have time to search.
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Just curious what do people actually use these for?
www.yeggi.com Explore, millions of uses. Just printed a new sliding closet door floor guide today, couldn't find a deep enough replacement at either HD or Lowe's. Print was perfect. Printed Wyze cam mounts, Land Mine tow hitch cover, toys, cap for propane regulator on generator, cup holders for Pinball machines, "anycoin" coin acceptors for arcade games, "ear savers" for masks, battery covers for remotes etc, socket and wrench holders for tool organization, project boxes, etc, etc, etc. Love mine!
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Just curious what do people actually use these for?
LOL. 99% of the people that own these things (including me) print dumb things like trinkets, figures, mini, baby groot and baby yoda. Some people them to build cosplay items but usually those are printed in the larger CR10 style printers. The build volume on this one is pretty low but good enough for most people. For this price, not bad to tinker around with for minimal investment. It's good learning tool for modifications, 3d modeling, and electronics.
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