Hey all, I'm new to this community, but have been 3D printing on and off for almost 4 years now. My first 3D printer was a Monoprice Maker Select v2 (they are way cheaper now than when I got mine). I mostly use it for making terrain and tiles for D&D. It takes a while to get the settings figured out, and I feel like I have to redo it every time I change filament, but after installing a glass bed and doing a few other mods, it's been working pretty well. I just wish I had a bigger build plate to make awesome cosplay things like helmets.
I also just got my first resin printer, an Anycubic Photon Zero, about a month ago. It's definitely a very different beast than the FDM printer. So far I've only used it to make miniatures for D&D. Again, bigger would be nicer, but I wasn't sure how much use I'd get out of the resin printer, so I got something cheap to try it out. The Photon has been amazingly easy to use, so I haven't had too much trouble with it.
Thanks for reading, and thanks for being a great community of builders!