Hello to anyone that gets a chance to read this! I'm fairly new to 3D printing my own items but I've been following the topic for ages now and recently got a printer a few months ago. My current printer is a Creality Ender 3 Pro, which I love using especially since I had heard that Its easy to understand and a good way to get your foot in the door of 3D printing, and that is definitely a claim I can support. So far I haven't experimented too much with different filaments. I've been using PLA for the most part, mainly just adjusting the settings of the print and trying out different colors (so far White, Black, Silver, and Translucent/Transparent Blue) and how they look. I've tried Overture, Hatchbox, and 3D Solutech. Unfortunately my Overture PLA seemed to be coiled wrong in the spool but I later learned that the odds of that happening are incredibly small and I was just really unlucky, nonetheless I highly recommend trying their filament since the quality really shows. I own a spool of PETG but have so far just been doing different tests with it since I'm still trying to figure out what the best splicer settings are for that material, my printer, the environment, use of the print, etc. Speaking of splicers, my go to is Ultimaker CURA. This is the first splicer I tried after the Creality one that came with the printer. In my opinion I find it really easy to use and understand, and it even gives really great visuals on your print and what it will look like. I also use Microsoft's Windows 10 3D object viewer since its simple enough for a beginner like me to use for splitting apart prints that are too large for my printer. Later on I hope to start looking at more advanced software and even begin modelling my own prints. I don't have the most advanced tool kit, it mostly consists of the tools that came with my Ender 3 Pro, some different grain sandpapers, paint and the associated brushes or application methods, some pliers, superglue, and just some other tools of the sort. I use almost all of these tools in every print but they definitely aren't perfect. The main flaw that I want to fix is with my superglue. I love how adhesive it is but its usually a mess and not as precise as I wish it was. I've seen a lot of different products that work together to make a great adhesive and I'm going to look into those in the near future. I also believe that different tools work differently to others but those are my opinions on what I've been using. My main way to get files has been from Thingiverse, which is really user friendly. So far I've been working on a lot of different projects but I'll list some of my notable projects as well as my favorites. I've made two lightsabers, one of a replica of my friends custom lightsaber from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and the other is a lightsaber I've loved for years, a double blade with a crossguard on one end. I've also made Daredevil's billy club, specifically the Netflix adaptation. I'm looking to start working on an Iron Mark 5 suit, but I'm working on the mechanics to make it applicable like it is in the movie, with the ability to come out of the suitcase and "form" around the body. I'm going to put some updates of it somewhere so if you're interested in that feel free to reach out to me. The projects I want to work on as soon as possible are the damaged Mark 50 suit from the intro of Avengers Endgame, and a model of a Minecraft world I've been playing on with my friends. That's all I have to say so far but I'm looking forward to more places to talk about my 3D printing experience. Hopedully if you read to end of this post/submission you've gotten something out of it!