I think you're describing the Creality Ender-3
here. There are better printers, but they cost a lot more money. A small amount of assembly is required. If I have anything to complain about with the Ender-3:
- it's fairly noisy;
- the stock plastic extruder gear is not great. Changing filament is more difficult than it needs to be, and the plastic eventually wears out.
My first 3D printer was from a kickstarter not too far from you: the Reach 3D out of Springfield, MO. While it wasn't the greatest printer, I did learn a lot from it, and now I work for a 3d printing-related nonprofit.
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