Taz owners: what was your deciding factor for choosing a Taz?
I’m a total noob getting ready to buy my first 3D printer. I’ve been digging through endless amounts of information to distill down the choices, but having no practical experience it is hard to know what’s important and what’s not, and I’d like to hear from those with Taz experience how it compares to other printers in the market. As yet, I have found no direct comparison tests.
I’m looking forward to printing and tweaking airplanes, helis, etc with my 4 kids. It seems like the durability of ABS is the way to go, but very large, thin, and flat things like wings appear especially difficult to print without warping. I’m a PC tech by training, so a little tinkering doesn’t scare me, but saving time is important - pre-assembled is a plus.
So far the Taz is my front runner, but I wonder how it compares to other printers? Others on my list are the Ultimaker, Type A Series 1, or Makergear M2.