The kit came as mostly laser cut acrylic parts, which was fairly straight forward to put together. The instructions are fairly detailed.
Here's a photo once it was assembled enough to test the electronics:
There is a simple starter circuit that you can print, so I tried to print it:
Here it is after 4 layers:
And a closeup:
I also took a short video of it while it was printing the 4th layer:
With 4 layers, each trace had a resistance of about 1.5 ohms. Here's the first circuit:
When you print on FR4, you can heat the whole thing up to about 300C and apparently, the silver will become almost white. I'll post further photos once I get a circuit printed on FR4.
Here's the first circuit working:
In this case, the components weren't soldered down, but are being held down with tape which is conductive in only one axis (the thin axis in this case). They call it z-axis tape.
I put the outer shell of the printer on and this is the finished printer: