>>2999>if you buy a fully assembled printer, it will break and leave you sad.
3D printing is fine but if you're running your own you will need to have a fair understanding of the machine.
As long as you're prepared to patch and mend and adjust, you'll get something out of it. If you just buy a ready machine, you'll be stuck the first time it runs down.
Futuristic machines, like outdated ones, need ongoing personal attention.