Hi everyone! I was looking at maybe doing some 3D printing. I've cruised through thingiverse and found a bunch of stuff I wanted to print up, plus, I've got a few ideas that I wanted to see put together. I was originally thinking of going the Ender 3, however, most of the things I want to print are either replacement broken bits for the cars or do dads for camping or out in the garden. It seems that PLA won't be suitable for this application and ABS might have a fairly limited lifespan. (My project vehicle lives outside, not undercover). It looked like ASA is probably the preferred material. Now, when I explored ASA, it looks like most recommend something with a hot end temp of 260+ and maybe even an enclosure. All of the printers that fall into the above all seem to be around the $1k mark. But then, I looked at Prusia 3d printers which have compatibility with ASA and none of those had enclosures. So now, I'm a bit unsure what I want. Is an enclosure really that necessary for large ASA prints? What would you guys suggest as a suitable printer for ASA?