ASA it’s a little easier than printing ABS, better bed adesion (I used Kapton and PEI) but you must dial in the bed levelling and firs layer setting. It shrinks on very thick 100% infill parts, but no big deal, Polycarbonate does it too.
My printer is semi-closed, opened only at the top, you need to avoid any draft, no cooling at all. I got into that 2 years ago and it’s been my favorite untill I discovered Polycarbonate. ASA has a little more flexibility but less layer to layer adesion, in the menaning that it’s more prone to give up by delaminating than Polycarbonate and PLA. But still a great material, no smell, good for outdoor stuff… To build a propeller for example, or a part that must undergo some rub, polycarbonate or PLA is better, in my opinion. Thin trailing edges made in ASA seems too fragile, I already experienced that with 3d printed surf fins… ASA is cheap enought to use to print molds, anyway. And it works good because you can cure the thing in the mold over a calorifier or into a black sack in the sun (if you don’t have a proper oven… I don’t!) 50-60° it doesn’t melt or deform.
Polycarbonate should be even better because rigid but it’s way too expensive!
If you printed PLA only, do some trials to adjust holes and tolerancies… both requires some adjustments. Polycarbonate wants the Buildtack ro similar surface to print reliable, even on PEI sometimes give up ad midprint.