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    One piece bodies off a printer isn't realistic in my opinion. And I've printed a few. Even the more sophisticated 3D printed body kits I've seen all come as multiple pieces. We're just not there yet, and if I'm honest, it's a lot easier to print a portion of a body that got damaged than it would be to re-print the whole thing.
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    It's entirely possible, just maaaaaaybe, that you guys with your vastly superior personal experience and years of trial & error, just might be right. Maybe. That said it is something I want to try for myself and I guess I'll just have to see for myself. Besides there are other areas of the 3dp hobby I want to explore where the bed size will be a boon so even if against all the odds the guy who doesn't have any idea what he's talking about (me) is completely wrong, it won't be a total loss.

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    I have had a Prusa mk2 for 3 years now and that thing is just a work horse. This year I wanted something bigger and couldn't wait any longer for the Prusa XXL so I bought an Ender5 plus. The fit and finish is miles behind the Prusa but it has churned out some rather nice prints. My recommendation if you get the 5 plus is to ditch their crap extruder and go with something more "name brand".

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