Last time I looked at 3D printers, it looked like it required the commitment of another hobby to get it to work well. I don't have time for any more hobbies so I decided to let the technology mature a bit before I jumped in. Today my wife came to me asking about some little plastic clips and told me I should have a 3d printer. I think she was joking, but I was thinking about some other doodads that I'd like to make, and wondered if it was time to jump in. I haven't kept up with developments in that space, and knowing that there's quite a few techy types here, thought I'd ask. Has it gotten to the point where you plug it in and make stuff, or is it still pretty fiddly?