I recently looked into getting a custom 3D printed metal lid for my Streacom F1C and it was nothing short of expensive: $200+. The reason I was told for such a high quote is the specialized metal 3D printers commonly push into the $100,000 territory. I did some superficial research into the metal 3D printer market and I stumbled on this 3D printer whose lofty goal is to make metal 3D printing accessible for all: the iro3d, at a mere $7,000 a unit. $7,000 is still a hefty investment for most of us, not to mention a kiln or furnace is needed for post-processing. But considering the extreme temperatures required for molten metal, I more than understand the price point which is an absolute steal compared to the alternatives. I figured I would ask if anyone had any experience with this product since a cheap, decent metal 3D printer would be endgame for us modders, who have had to settle on plastics if we want anything 3D printed at a reasonable, rational price point. Is this a decent product and is it worth investing in?