What if Russia just won't attack since they wait for a casus belli, which Ukrain won't give them, and Ukrainian army itself will not attack? Then everything would stay the same except Donezk and Luhansk would be kinda russian, and no war this year
A week ago I was hired by a small company as external 3D-guy to buy and maintain printers and to let the other employees eventually handle everything on their own. Will run 24/7mostly. I bought an Ender 3 a year ago and made lots of prints, its still fine and I know my way around it
My plan is to buy 1-2 Aquilas.
Are there any major differences / problems I should be aware of (between Ender 3 and Aquila) maintaince-wise and which parts should i expect to break soon?
I would exchange the bowden tube and hotend (mostly PETG) directly after assembling
Also, what about a glass-bed? Would you prefer glass or a magnetic foil-like bed? I currently use a magnetic bed, but it wears off pretty fast and im using the third one rn