Good printer for a "kit" and great price - ""Some Assembly Required""
Picked up the Tronxy X3A from eBay for under $200. I knew going into it that it was a kit and needed some upgrades. Following the instructions and videos and all the advise I could find ahead of time on YouTube, I was able to get the printer running in a couple evenings of working on it. If you are mechanically inclined and know a little bit about machine assembly and operation this is not a bad printer. I have not had any major issues with it and it is producing great prints.
Understand there is a lot that goes into 3d printing, and the printer is only one part of it. You have to have a good understanding of 3d design and how the printer works with the slicing software to be successful.
Overall I would not recommenced this to a first time buyer, but would absolutely recommend it to anyone that knows what hey are getting into.