I am in a bit of a bind.
Researching to purchase a 3D printer for specific key points:
Resolution quality - After printing I would like to do very little cleaning as the models and prototypes will be very small and detailed (aka human/ other faces on the size of “Dungeons & Dragons” character models [Plus] Tiny gears for wrist watches and other prototypes. [Under 50 microns or 20 microns.]
Durability - Doesn’t break often in good working environments.
Material Flexibility - I do a lot of custom prototyping and having a printer that is able to flex around materials would be awesome.
Manufacturer and Product Support - Not only does the company give good efficient help and part replacement if something breaks… but also continues to improve upon their devices and add peripherals (like as an example a 3D sculpting pen attachment to their printer nozzle for a human touch.)
3rd Party Material or Software Support.
(Price is not a factor but I would like to get something I can put on a work desk for under $5,000 USD.)
Thank you for your help.