There are tons of options, and I am completely new to 3D printing, so I can comment on my experience so far. I went with the Dremel 3D45 on a whim, and have been happy with it so far. Some of the challenges I’ve faced are probably normal for anyone who is learning to use a 3D printer, and most likely not related to the Dremel at all. There are definitely cheaper products on the market, but I went with this based upon reviews and some minimal research. I like the fact that mine has a bed that will self-level, and has a heated bed. I did not have good luck printing Nylon, which is the filament that they send with the unit. I had probably an 85% failure rate. Once I switched to PLA, my issues decreased dramatically. I also invested in Simplify3D, and this also helped reduce the failure rate. It does a better job at reducing plastic, and method of building support structures is more efficient. I get clogs in the nozzle, but think that’s pretty normal. I like that it is enclosed, but this also is limiting in the build height compared to other units. I spent the first few weeks printing things I found online, like from Thingiverse. I’ve also just started using Fusion 360 to create my own designs. I don’t like the fact that Dremel makes you use their filament, as it’s pricier. I do have some cheaper filament that I plan on re-spooling, but that may or may not void the warranty. It’s been fun learning the ropes, and I like that I can leave a print job running when I’m not there and monitor it remotely. Something I’d never do with the Glowforge.
As far as creating a Maker space, the Dremel allows you to give access rights to the web interface to other makers, and they can upload their own designs and print remotely or queue their print jobs. Good luck, and hopefully this helps.