Creality 3D Printer CR-10S Blue New Version with Dual Z Axis Leading Screws Filament Detector
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- Print and show your creation up to 300x300x400 mm (11.8" x 11.8" x 15.8"), with a single print or split and join it in as many parts as you like;
- Show any detail thanks to print resolution of 1/10th of millimeters;
- Be ready to print even out of office, simple steps to assemble the printer;
- Never run out of filament, it uses the standard 1.75 mm;
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Upgraded vesion CR-10S 300mm , Z axis update to 2 leading rods+ Filament Monitoring Alarm Protection.
Characteristic: Desktop 3d Printer.
Print resolution: +/-0.1mm, It will be tested for 10 hours before shipment.
Fast Self-assembly: It just needs to Install the Z-plane kit on the XY plane about 20 minutes , Portable/ Simple and convenient.
Product forming size: 300*300*400mm.
Metal plate: Solid and durable/ Low resonance. high-quality nozzle: Avoid scalding injury/ scratches/Electric shock.
Import T screw rod and PCB higher accuracy; Patent V slot, wheel, more stable and noiseless.
Software supporting PROE, Solid-works, UG, 3d Max, Rhino 3D design software
Frame & BodyImported V-Slot Aluminum Bearings
Input SupportSD card/USB
printing speedless than 200mm/s
Printing TechnologyFDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
Positioning Precision:Z axis 0.0025mm,XY axis 0.015mm
Nozzle Diameter0.2/0.3/0.4mm (default=0.4mm)
Nozzle Temperature:PLA: 180-220 degrees Celsius
Hot Bed TemperaturePLA:50-60degrees Celsius
Hot Bed Material3mm Aluminum substrate, Tempered glass forming platform
Printing FilamentPLA(Recommended Filament) Environmentally friendly, No bubbles, beautiful
TPU, Wood, Carbon fiber
Power RequirementInput: AC110V~240V,
Output: DC24V, 10A 100~120W, (Support storage battery)
Working ConditionTemp:10-30 degrees Celsius
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The positioning of the spool holder is atrocious and will cause the control box to tip over into the printer the first time the printer encounters a kink in the filament. Re-locate the spool to the top crossbar and print the feed guide from thingiverse and you wont run into that issue any longer.
Print a replacement for the control knob on the control box.
Print larger bed leveling thumbscrews (available on thingiverse) to make leveling the bed FAR easier.
Mark 100mm of filament from the filament out sensor to the spool, then use the control box to preheat the extruder and extrude 100mm of filament. If the 100mm mark on the filament does not reach the hole on the filament out sensor, you are under-extruding and you will need to adjust your slicer settings.
1. Huge build surface
3. nice extra features, like out of plastic detection
1. control knob is far to sensitive - the firmware could use some work, but nothing big enough to really cause problems
2. the filament detector just slides into place - no bolts or anything to hold it there. as a result, it comes lose very easily, and is not sturdy. It doesen't seem to go with the rest of the printer, like an afterthought. but it still works.
Update: I have contacted ToAuto and they do respond. They offered a discount off the cost if I purchased another, however they keep sending the wrong codes. I have given up and dropped the rating another star. Don't bother.
This one printed right out of the box, after leveling the bed. The PLA adheres to the glass plate. The glass plate does not appear to be warped as some previous people had problems with.
Been very happy up to now with this printer. Only been printing PLA though.