About to order. Wondering difference in 5A and 30A kit?

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  • #15357
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    Benjamin Shaw
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    Yay. Ordering finally! Just wondering the difference in the 5A vs 30A options? 30A sounds better right?

    Thanks,
    Ben

    #15358
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    Benjamin Shaw
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    I just saw by searching that the 30A is good if you plan on using a heated bed, or laser. 🙂

    #15360
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    Benjamin Shaw
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    The deed is done. 30A kit has been ordered. This is legit.

    #15361
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    Ryan
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    Good timing, I only have one more left, until Monday I hope. I am packing it up now, ship it shortly.

    #15367
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    Benjamin Shaw
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    Freaking awesome!

    #15571
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    Benjamin Shaw
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    Aww Yeah!

    Delivered

    #15574
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    Ryan
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    Ahhhhhh, it looks like that box got beat up and kicked. I might have to start double boxing these things.

    #15575
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    Benjamin Shaw
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    Yeah, the box looked like it was part of an impromptu USPS football game. But for as heavy as it is, I wasn’t surprised. Haven’t actually opened the box yet, but I’m not really expecting any damage. Will see tonight.

    #15576
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    nerdyrcdriver
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    My box was kinda rough when it showed up as well. No damage. But as Benjamin said the box is pretty heavy.

    #15831
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    ZRHERBERT
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    My box looked pretty beat up too, but a quick look inside revealed that everything seems fine.
    Still printing and have not had time to set up the electronics yet.

    I think this is how it was treated en route:

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