New Upgraded Design For the Classic CR-10 Printer
CR-10 V2 3D Printer (300*300mmmm)
With higher stability and better precision. Designed for a better user experience.
-Switchable For Near/Far-End Extrusion
-24V/350W MEANWELL Power Supply.
-Optional Auto-leveling Sensor Location.
-Ultra Silent TMC2208 Mainboard
Quick install work great easy setup
I was working with a anet A8 and the Ender 5 plus is not comparable how better he is with BL touch and precision printing!
Its a replacement part WHAT do you expect
Hello good afternoon.
Thanks for the attention to the client, I found it very good printer, it makes the impressions very well and faster than other printers, I have no problem with it until now, the only cmabio I made was to put a bed of crital since I I am using ABS, do not know that the bed with which the printer comes will not be very well ABS or if you know something about this issue, I would like to know.
I have a few other printers but have had issues trying to print for my students. This printer is quiet even before the silent board upgrade! Ended up getting 2 more and can't wait to begin using them again with the students. GREAT PRINTER!! Large print area and nice looking, clean prints! Definitely would recommend for any school trying to make a makerspace or bring 3D printers to your school.
This updated main board arrived well within the timescale quoted and has breathed new life into my printer. Unfortunately the latest BL Touch firmware available from your site gave me problems trying to save the correct Z-offset value. Basically, I could make the correct adjustment but it would not store it. However, I downloaded the latest unified TH3D firmware which did store the correct values and now my machine is printing better than ever.
Ive had already a view 3d printers but the creality is the most easiest and reliable printer so far. I printed a full face mask and prints are so exact and have a very nice finish. I will definitely get additional creality printer in the next 2-3month.
I'm very happy with it. Thanks
Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer
Fast shipping. They accept PayPal. 1st print out of the box worked great. The only failed prints i had was from inexperience. I do recommend it as a starter printer.
Works great with a quick build time. Fantastic results to date, Note that the plastic extruder was already being cut buy the filament, upgraded to the all metal extruder and that solves that issue
I've used some creality filaments in the past and this silk filament is by far the best I've used. Even compared to hatchbox filaments its quality is superb. I definitely recommend this filament.
There are 0% printed vitamins in this thing. About half the build comes pre-build in the box.
This is what we RepRappers have been fighting for all these years: good cheap 3D printing.
Taking your time to adjust and level and fine-tune everything turns this build into a full-day project.
But the pay-off is great: hassle-free detailed printing.
Newbies: go to the Tomb of 3D Printed Horrors en check out their Tips & trick to print 80's/90's quality mini's.
Be amazed at what your sub 250 bucks machine can do for you.
(Nothing will give you "FineCast" quality but spun vacu-molding, so quit whining :-) )
RepRap has tought me the hows and whys of building and adjusting my machines with care, so I did not smash my Ender 3 together "in 10 minutes!" but still, it was the most fun build I've done so far.
My Ender has endeared* itself to me on day one.
Easy to print on. Prints easy to remove
Ender 5 3D Printer
Prints pop right off afterwards! No issues! Recommended upgrade!
Just buy my first 3d printer. Spend a long time on the internet to search which printer to buy.
After reading all the information i decided to buy a Creality.
Becuse this is a large machine i can do big project.
I m working 4 day's now with this machine and and wow what a nice printer.
Just out of the box working like a pro i'm verry happy with this printer and thums up for the Creality team for making this machine.
So keep up the good work.
Rijndert from The Netherlands
As I bought a Creality CR10s - Pro I decided I was going to need some filament as well, so I bought a roll of each of the 6 colors and they have been fantastic to print with, not had any issues at all. I would highly recommend any of the colors, my personal favorite is the Grey..
As someone with no background in 3D printing, the Ender 3 Pro was relatively easy to set-up, with the manual clearly laying out the steps to take and parts being well packaged. After assembly, there weren't really instructions on how to go about using the printer, which is where Googling came in for how to load the filament and do a test print. My first attempt at the dog model pre-loaded on the included MicroSD card didn't stick properly and had to be cancelled; after leveling the bed following instructions online, the next attempt worked well at producing the model dog. Quality with the included white filament was pretty nice. The dog came off of the raft easily and its features were well detailed, and the surface was relatively smooth with limited visibility of layer lines. There are also many tutorials online on how to further improve print quality with settings tweaks.
My biggest pet peeves are largely design issues with the printer, such as lacking an extruder knob or handle for the bed. There are also exposed electronic components that are vulnerable to damage unless covered by the user. These are however fixable by 3D printing them with user-created designs.
A major issue I ran into is that the hole for the MicroSD port is much larger than the slot itself. When I loaded the microSD card with some sliced models and went to reinsert it into the printer, it slipped past the slot and fell into the printer body itself, where I have been unable to retrieve the card. I've owned many electronic devices that use MicroSD cards, and never before have had one where a microSD card has fallen inside the device. Making the hole smaller or covering the gap would prevent this from occuring.
I contacted support regarding this issue and they provided a replacement card as well as a goodwill gesture of a free filament spool.
Overall very happy with the printer, and Creality support has been very helpful in addressing the issues I did have.
I am very impressed by my first 3D printer - I got it for prototyping cast metal parts, and I knew it would be a rabbit hole of learning a whole new technology. But this printer has made it fun rather than difficult. Assembly took less than an hour, and within 24 hours, I had my first finished prototype, using bronze PLA. It's been running almost constantly in the 2 months I've had it.
Quality has met my expectations, though I've never tried printing below .1mm resolution. I just replaced the nozzle for the first time, and it had definitely degraded (pushing bronze PLA through a brass nozzle, I expected it would wear out fast). But it's back to normal now, and replacing the nozzle was simple, following instructions in a YouTube video.
I did print a filament guide arm as my test file, and it seems to help as I've never had a tangle or stuck filament. I'm very impressed that my test print is now a permanent part of the printer - honestly I did not expect my first attempt hitting "print" would actually work.
This price point is incredible and allowed me to rapidly build a product line as I started my business - for the cost of Sketchup and this printer, I was able to produce perfect CAD files to send to production - prototypes that I had held in my hands and played with that cost about $1 each in PLA. That blows me away and reduced my startup time by months and thousands of dollars.
Overall it's a major win - with the added bonus that it prints neat little toys, and replacement parts for household objects. I have a technologically-minded nephew who's 11, and he'll probably be getting one of these for Christmas. I would say that if a kid is smart enough to know what "this part is very hot" means, they could use one of these with very little support/supervision - but you might want to assist with things like assembly and replacing the nozzle, which involve small screws and a bit of experience.
The Ender 3 Pro is a dynamite 3D printer. My first printer was an Artifex that cost me $1500 and can not turn out prints anywhere as good as the Ender. Once I got it assembled and calibrated I printed the test print dog that came on the SD card. Excellent print results! From there I have printed a number of upgrade parts (cable clips, extruder knob, and side mounting spool bracket). This is a workhorse of a printer!
Creality sent me a new bed and it's perfect, I'm getting really high quality prints now. This is probably the best customer service experience I've ever received, the bed was shipped out QUICK and my problem was resolved very quickly. I'd highly recommend buying it here rather than anywhere else.
So far so good, but -- be sure to check the power supply voltage setting! Mine was set to 230V when I needed 115V and I didn't realize it, causing the machine to reboot when I tried to preheat. This isn't mentioned in the manual, but it's noted on the top of the power supply.
This was one of the easiest machines to put together. I was able to do that in about 20 mins or so. I do have a couple of the ender 3 machines so it made it a breeze, knowing those machines. I like that this came with a magnetic bed for easy part removal. If your new to this this is a great learning machine.
I can confirm the v1.1.5 silent motherboard has a bootloader + new TMC driver + pre installed 1.1.8 firmware.
Its really easy to assembly, you just need to swap the old motherboard . (you only need to label 2 cable ,the rest was already labeled :) The resulat was awesome! Its trully turn your printer silent ;) i only can hear the fan noise.
Its just arrived a few days ago. I installed it to my Ender 3 Pro (v1.1.5). The instruction was well detailed. And finally the program has an English version as well ! Huge thank for the translation :) You dont need Arduino with these kit. Also its the official BL touch (mine was V3.1) and not a copy :) 10/10 ! I can only recommend to buy it with a kit.
Its not my first printer ,but its my first review here :) In short : Its a great printer! i can only recommend it! It's also beginner friendly. Finally the creality fixed the old issues. the manual was well detailed (for me). Its a sturdy printer and not a cheap one. My board arrived with the new v1.1.4 board and it has the correct Xt60 connector with the meanwell psu. Huge plus for the EU warehouse :) There wasn't any issues.
Very nice bed! I try PETg and ABS, works great.
This is a solid machine and is excellent value for money. Many features make it easy to use and better value for the dollar than the Ender 5 (in my opinion).
Maybe a bit more detail could have been included in the manual - like the fact the machine can’t read down into folders on the SD card (but the Ender 5 can).
It’s noisy with a lot of vibration through the frame - but then again these are working machines that can’t be expected to be silent without a bigger price tag.
The Ender 5 Plus was easy to assemble, instructions are the best I have seen. Printer was easy to set up, Auto Bed Leveling makes it simple to do. Print quality using the Creality slicer showed a very fine finish. Overall very impressed with the printer. Highly recommend it either as a first printer for those new to 3D printing. Support from Creality is fast and responsive, pays to buy direct from the manufacturer.
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