Any well reviewed printer would be fine. Just know that they build plate/build size (all 3 dimensions) has to be big enough for what you want to print. Know that 3D printers are fairly finicky and require tweaking to get things right. No need to be a rocket surgeon, just patient. As long as you enjoy tinkering and applying the scientific method, they're a whole lot of fun! ...and educational too. Facebook support groups for your printer type are pretty darn helpful too. I'm printing this right now using an Monoprice Select which is a knock off of the Wanhao i3 printer style. Seems to work well.