I recently joined the E-NABLE community in hopes of using the passions and skills that I have been blessed with (relating to Biomedical Engineering) to bring hope and healing to others. I am proficient in PTC Creo Parametric/Pro-Engineer (CAD modeling software). I do not own a 3D printer yet, however I am looking at purchasing one soon. As a result, I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for at-home-use 3D printers (in the $500-650 range,or less) that could be used to print E-NABLE devices? Being a current college student, my budget is too small to afford one of the larger printers at the moment.
I look forward to hearing back from you all soon.
USC Aiken Senior Industrial Process Engineering Student
Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Student Member
National Society of Leadership and Success (Sigma, Alpha, Pi)
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