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Updates- Creality  3DPrintMill, Infinite-Z, Belt 3D Printer is Live on Kickstarter!

Updates- Creality 3DPrintMill, Infinite-Z, Belt 3D Printer is Live on Kickstarter!

3DPrintMill debuted Kickstarter at 12 am, NOV 19th (GMT +8).

One week has passed since the Creality Crowd-funding launched that has pledged 1503 backers and $1,000,000.

 

The 3DPrintMill,  Infinite-Z, Belt 3D Printer-Coming to Kickstarter Soon! - Naomi 'SexyCyborg' Wu

 

 Unboxing the Creality CR-30 - Naomi Wu's #3DPrintMill BELT PRINTER! -3D Printing Nerd

Creality's CR-30 More test prints including Mjolnir... -NAK 3D Designs

 

Creality's 45° Belt Printer - First Print & First Impressions -Design Prototype Test 

 

Creality CR-30 - Naomi Wu's 3D PrintMill with Infinite Z -CHEP

 

The Creality 45° Belt Printer - Ultimate Review of Naomi Wu's 3D print mill CR-30-Design PrototypeTest 

 

Your 3D Printer can't do this... Naomi Wu's 3DPrintMill / Creality CR-30 Review-Maker's Muse

 Creality 3DPrintMill belt 3D printer: What to know before you buy-Teaching Tech

 

The treadmill 3D Printer: Creality's CR-30! (live unboxing & first print)-Thomas Sanladerer

 

Creality CR-30 / Naomi Wu's 3DPrintMill Review - SWORD OF OMENS!- 3D Printing Nerd

Creality 3DPrintMill Has Been Selected as “Project We Love” by Kickstarter, which means the new workhorse is catching more attention from the community.

All of our achievements have been made possible by your support, and we will continue to provide high quality products to ours Creality users!

what is the stretch goal while achieves at 1,000,000 USD?

Link: https://bit.ly/30biGTE

 


26 comments

  • Thomas Dasenbrock

    Z axis is weak. Needs dual lead screws on outside of Z-axis frame This machine will most probably end up as a production type machine.
    Build up the X-axis so the extruder can be moved to the x-axis carriage. This machine would need these changes in order to print TPU and otherwise increase accuracy and reliability. Otherwise I say this is a winner.

  • Thomas Miller

    from when can I buy the CR 30?
    I’m curious what the printer can do

  • Christian

    https://youtu.be/pvlzVv26Guw
    Is this design a little better suited for “normal” prints? For small parts he would print flat on the belt and produce one part at a time. For long parts the axis is set to 45 ° and it is printed in an infinite z axis. 2 in 1 belt printer!

  • Christian

    https://youtu.be/pvlzVv26Guw
    Is this design a little better suited for “normal” prints? For small parts he would print flat on the belt and produce one part at a time. For long parts the axis is set to 45 ° and it is printed in an infinite z axis. 2 in 1 belt printer!

  • Nikola

    Great idea. I will definitely buy a few of them for my company. But I’m a little bit skeptical about the belt because my printers run 24/7

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