I had purchased a Sunhokey as a first printer, I defiantly would NOT recommend, I have managed to educate myself by going through several rebuilds. Do not purchase a plexiglass printer it is a waste of time, and effort, and money. go with wood, or extrusion you will be better off. 32 bit main board, TMC drivers, 0.9 stepper motors, case hardened rods, lead screws with pom nuts and anti backlash. with all that I managed to clone a Prusa I3 with BMG gear setup and magnetic hotbed. Now I have a pretty nice printer, I could not have done without all the youtube videos I watched by Thomas Sandler, Chris's Basement, Teaching Tech, and Tech2C to name a few. I also thank Joseph Prusa's website and blogs I learned so much and I am still learning everyday. I really thank you all for putting your knowledge out there for those like me to learn. now my next step is to start working with fusion360 more and see how far I can get. THANKS BUNCHES AND GOOD LUCK TO ALL AND GOD BLESS.
I Am A…Maker
Tools I Use…
Printers: Sunhokey Prusa I3
Design Programs: Fusion 360, Microsoft 3D Builder
3D Design Skill Level