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Creality Ender 3 3D Printer Economic Ender DIY Kits with Resume Printing Function 220x220x250MM
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- Resume Printing after power-off: ender 3 could resume prints after a power outage or lapse occurs
- Easy and Quick Assembly: only 10 minutes with 20 screws assembly before the first printing, simple assembly but more stable performance, Win-Win for fun and time.
- Patent Technology One: MK-8 Extruder greatly reduces plugging risk and bad extrusion; Patent Technology Two: adopt high stand profile with wheel, it is noiseless, smoothly and durable.
- Reach 110℃ for hotbed in about 5 minutes, meet the needs of fast heating and printing ABS
- CNC machining of Y-rail Mounting groove to make sure precise positioning and keep the stable frame with high-precision printing quality. and big hand twist nut, make the print platform easier to level.
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|Brand Name||Creality 3D|
|Included Components||3D printer|
|Number of Items||1|
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ender-3 Machine Parameter:
Modeling Technology：FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling）
Max Traveling Speed：180mm/s
Input：AC 100-265V 50-60Hz
Output：DC 24V 15A 360W
Working Mode：Online or SD offline
Max Nozzle Temperature：255℃
Max Hot bed Temperature：110℃
1. high stand profile cooperate with stable frame: extremely innovative design, following the step of the trend, integrating with classic elements, create a new generation economic DIY 3D printers.
2. Super Printing size with one-piece structure, save space but building the world.
3. Only 10 minutes with 20 screws assembly before the first printing, simple assembly but more stable performance, Win-Win for fun and time.
4. Safety protected Power supply, reach 110℃ for hotbed in about 5 minutes. Additional power cut protection function to meet the needs of fast heating and longtime printing.
5. CNC machining of Y-rail mounting groove to make sure precise positioning and keep the stable frame with High-Precision printing quality.
6. Patent Technology: MK-8 Extruder greatly reduces plugging risk and bad extrusion; Patent Technology: high stand profile with POM wheel make it move noiseless, smoothly and durable
7. New Viscous Platform sticker to replace reprinting tape and glue, solve warping problem but save the printing cost.
8. 24 hours testing for key components before delivery and one year warranty.
9. Good printing quality, reasonable cost for the beginners and good performance for the enthusiasts.
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I'd been considering a 3D printer for a while and honestly couldn't pass this up for the price. Normally you see something with this capacity costing $500+, so I ordered it.
Be aware: This is a kit, you need to assemble this printer (again, knew that going in). This is my first printer and there were issues (see below). I don't consider myself exceptional with tools, I can put things together and I know the basics of soldering. You shouldn't need the secondary skill (I did because I'm impatient), if you (or a friend) are decent with tools you should be able to assemble this without issue.
Received the printer in a timely manner (prime delivery), used a couple of youtube videos as reference for assembly as the included instructions are kind of sparse.
First issue I ran into: When you look at step 5 of the instructions provided (and most of the assembly videos), you'll see the Bowden tube connector is pointed towards the right side of the frame. Filament hangs from the top, comes down the left side and feeds through the Bowden feed into the tube, which runs out over the bed. Mine came with the feed assembly rotated 90 degrees. The Bowden tube was pointed at the extruder head, which would have caused the Bowden tube to kink/bend and I would have ended up with feed issues. The fix was to remove the clamp with the spring that feeds across the stepper motor and rotate it 90 degrees. No big deal.
Second issue: The videos show the z-axis motor didn't come with documented screws. The instructions had a couple of steps where they point at screws you need to use, but didn't label the specific screws from the parts list. Again, the major one is referenced in the youtube videos, but the z-axis motor wasn't. In the videos I saw, the screws were already in the motor and they didn't say their instructions were missing the specific screws. Fortunately they ship a lot of extra of each screw, I ended up using two of the extra M4x20 screws.
Third issue I ran into was the y-axis limit switch being broken. After I completed the assembly, when I powered it up the first time and had it home, as it moved along the y-axis, I heard the heat bed slam into something and the stepper motor continued to run. I hit the power switch and started looking. I noticed that the top of the plastic enclosure for the limit switch was broken, which caused the lever that the bed should it to be lower than the rollers. What I should have done was reached out to the seller (because they give excellent support). What I ended up doing was going to a local electronic parts store, buying a new limit switch, de-soldering the existing one from the circuit board and installing the new one.
Once it was setup, I attempted to print an xyz calibration cube using the provided filament and it printed beautifully. Was very happy with the way it printed out. I then tried to print a benchy test to see how it came out and ran out of filament part way through. I swapped to a roll of filament I purchased with the printer and had serious layer separation. I used a couple of troubleshooting guides with no luck, so I reached out to the seller.
Seller was VERY responsive and worked with me on trying to figure out what the issue was. I had an issue with the hotend at one point and they very quickly sent me another (hot end wasn't the issue).
I ended up printing a temperature tower test and found that my issue was a combination of too little infill and not enough temperature. Once I fixed both of those in my slicer software, the prints started coming out beautifully again.
#1 - I had to rework the bed to get it to move smoothly.
#2 - The hot end heat sink fan was horribly noisy. Replaced by vendor.
#3 - The bed was warped. Replaced by vendor. Still warped. Fashioned a piece of glass for print surface.
#4 - Z-axis driver went out. Control board replaced by vendor.
#5 - Z-axis screw was bent. Replaced by vendor.
Why 5 stars? Because once those things were fixed the printer worked very well and the vendor was AWESOME!
This is a very inexpensive printer from China that takes less then an hour to build and produces good prints. Can you really complain at a few minor inconveniences that were handled expertly by the vendor?
Having great results so far…had an initial issue with my prints, because had tolerance between bed and extruder tip too tight, but loosened it up and worked great. Also had issue first couple prints because using wrong (very wrong) slicer settings, but once went through and set them all to defaults that Creality recommended, prints have been perfect. Have had NO issues (yet) with my prints sticking to bed, great adhesion with default plastic sheet Creality provides as stock. Overall I am shocked at the quality of product, and the ease of use for such an inexpensive printer.
After running about half a Kg of PLA through it I have not even needed to re-level the bed. One of the cooling fans is getting noisy, so might contact support for a replacement...or just might buy another one myself (they are about $5)
All around highly recommend for the price.