I'm looking to buy a 3D printer after having an interest for a few years but waiting for technology to move on a bit. I've Googled and watched enough 'heyy guuuys' youtube vids to have a basic understanding of how they work etc. but i'm still blind to what are decent makes, what to look for when selecting a machine etc I've quite a few jobs for it and once you have the kit its bound to find more uses, and its a fun thing to be able to do..... Like all my personal stuff i don't want any junk but i don't want to spend 'too much'. It needs to have a decent resolution to avoid a horrible 'stepped' finish like some of the cheaper ones produce. I have been looking at the Ultimaker, perhaps a bit pricey, but seems decent kit. I've tonnes to learn, such as what materials to use, the CAD side of things etc, but would appreciate a steer in the right direction with the basics from the forum's knowledgeable bods to start off with the right kit.