Wow highly recommended for the price. Ben Heck turned me on to this. The features are really neat like the magnetic sheet bed plate and the spool hanger. All the software was included, directions were simple, assembled in about 20 mins, spent about an hour understanding the system, followed all the instructions and default settings and my test model owl came out very nice. Really it's incredible the quality for a beginner machine. You can print down to 0.1mm layers but really 0.2mm looks plenty nice for the time spent and 0.3mm for less showy parts. The default speed was 40mm/s which is a little slow. I've cranked it to 100mm/s but it does start to get sloppy on the settings I have. The precision of the unit really doesn't seem to be a problem here, I'm sure you could print good quality at 100mm/s if you tuned the settings. 60mm/s seems pretty safe at default settings and even around 90mm/s seems reasonable with a few minor tweaks. I'd definitely buy another one. One minor note is the firmware seems a little buggy here and there. Once in a while between jobs I've seen strange behavior before printing like randomly extruding or an axis indexing for no reason, but a simple restart seems to fix it. Seems like it coincides when I select 10% infill for prototypes? But minor bugs are no issue. I'm no pro but I'd highly recommend for the casual household and probably even any regular hobbyist.
Just got the Mega zero 2.0 took about 15 min to put together and 5-10 to set up and level. Poof printing I am got my first OWL and it looks dam good almost like my 3d printer 3 feet away in 1/4 the time. Tiny bit of stringing and one little bump on looks like the 30-35 layer other then that SUPER GOOD if I had the $$$$ during the evil COV 19 I would order 1 more today. Thank you any cubic for making a good easy product to print and set up ( PS TY to the quality control person ). Might be needing 10- 20 spool's now if it keep's being this easy. TY AGAIN this printer is a must buy for the price. 10/10.