Have a bit of a problem at the moment I don't have 3D printer but that is soon to be remedied I have done my research and I currently and waiting on a creality Ender 3 Pro to arrive I will be running the slicer software cura for now and I have been tinkering with it at the moment.
I love the ender 3 because you get to put it together and learn as you go and sometimes that can be hard but you learn a lot from building things yourself some of the pitfalls I have heard with the Ender 3 are making sure it is levelled correctly and also that nothing is out of skew the best things about it is its quite cheap for a beginner printer and also the print quality once tweeked right is phenomenal. It has a large build volume and heated bed so printing abs and flexibles are not out of the question. Another need thing about the Ender 3 is that stock standard it is a magnificent printer with good quality prints but if you like to mod it later there is a huge support network for this printer. I'll be using cura and I am still getting used to it but it seems easy enough to use.
I would love to get an oculus quest so I can design things in the paint game oculus has and then being able to save it and port it across to cura so I can then 3D print the things I have imagined and my kids are absolutely excited about making their ideas and designs become reality. I am in Australia and I am getting my printer from https://aurarum.com.au