This other guys very helpful I see.
100 x $599 CAD | $499 USD = a whole lot more than a metal 3d printer costs.
To possibly provide a bit more of a helpful answer this is the heat info you need on your machine:Use a Glass Bed with Dimafix for proper adhesion. 225°C +/- 10°C is the optimal printing temperature for most machines. Never exceed 250°C. A heated build plate at 110°C +/- 10°C is nominal for improved adhesion. Use an abrasion resistant nozzle that's clean of any other material.
The info on the filament can also be confirmed here:
Pros to this machine:
The nozzle will print upwards of 250 so the 225°C +/- 10°C - this temp is not an issue.
The cons to this machine is "stock and unmodified" the Bed only heats to 90 - you need it at 110
The bed is also not glass so you need another printing bed.
and the nozzle is certainly not abrasion resistant.
A few extra 100$ bills and I'm sure you could print some metal. I can guarantee though its not going to cost you almost $50,000 (100x what you paid for the Mega X)