I ordered the MK2S assembly kit and assembled it successfully. It took more than 8 hours, but it was a great learning experience. Especially the perpendicular X-, Y- and Z-axis was really challenging. Mainly due to the XZ plane (vertical) sturdy frame and the XY plane threaded rods. The latter has nuts and washers with a certain distance before and after the sturdy frame. But as I said, I wanted to know the whole construction, down to the nuts and bolts.
One of the first images of my assembled original Prusa i3 MK2S 3D reprap printer.
Some of the accompanying models that I printed on the MK2S
Embarrassing detail: I learned later, the triceratops skull has supports that you need to remove afterwards. And I kept them for a while because I thought it was intended to keep them to make the structure easy to display.
Prusa i3 MK2S 3D printing triceratops model.
Prusa i3 MK2S 3D model printed and painted.
Other models I printed
3D printed models with some flexible part. The squishy turtle jumps a little when you push down on it.
Prusa i3 MK2S squishy turtle.
I don't remember the name of the designer on Thingiverse (I will try to find and add later), but the slinky is another interesting flexible toy I printed with PLA.
Not for using it or selling it, it was an interesting thing to evaluate 3D printing and filaments.
Prusa i3 MK2S slinky 3D printed.