I was shocked recently by the current price/performance of the latest batch of Prusa i3 clones (?) out there. It may be because they are suddenly cheap or I suddenly feel the need to have one. Anyhow, I have settled on an Anycubic i3 Mega-S though my mind flutters like a butterfly so best be quick. I'll have to buy it in a hurry before the wind changes direction or the cash runs dry. This one: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/329...earchweb0_0,searchweb201602_,searchweb201603_ I link to the actual item my buy-it-now finger is poised over in case there is a "well known" problem with shipping, fake fakes, poor quality etc that I am not aware of or if there's a cheaper/better device. It's intended job is to produce parts for workshop use, brackets, clamps, widgets so I am looking for a printer that produces robust parts (ABS/Nylon??). I am having a "storage solutions" blitz so custom small parts holders/storages/brackets etc. is it's main target. Second question assuming I get this thing: how much are the consumables? What sort of running costs are there for decent filaments typically? I have no idea how much plastic these things will get through and I don't want to paint myself into a corner where "I'm not wasting £xx.xx of plastic on that"