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#1  
If you want a 500 dollar printer just get a solidoodle. It's been around several years and lots of people have tips and tricks to help out. Anything brand new will have a lot of growing pains.
#2  
Thanks josh, first time seeing this. I got my eye on the solidoodle 2nd gen pro. Plus I dont have to wait for it to come out which is even better!
#3  
I'm brand new to 3d printing but I was able to print some cool things within 3 hours of pulling it out of the box...
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ironman thumb

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ear pod on ironman helmet

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#4  
That is awesome! Whats the print time for 1 piece? Im really torn now. The solidoodle has a 6" all around print area. While the Da Vinci 3d printer has a 7.8" print area...
#5  
Pretty cool alright! For me, like amaralis and others who use their 3d printers for practical things is what I would print......The art figures and nicknacks I could do without. Just sayin.:)
#6  
It's a 6x6x6 bed and for 200 more you can have the 8x8x8 but honestly once you learn to use the software you can slice a project into pieces that interlock to make a larger model then superglue or epoxy the seams. So realistically it would take lots of print time however you could print a whole ironman suite.