Creality CR-6 MAX Review | OM Entertainment
I am printing parts using PETG and they come out very nice. Some learning involved but there is plenty of help online. I print parts taking up to 67 hours. Large complex parts and they come out very close and in tolerance to fit other parts which are CNC machined. I could not be happier with this printer. We had one small problem with the "collet clamp" on the hot end, and solved that with the thingverse internal spacer and using a cut piece of Bowden tube. When you get it, go over the instructions for checking the square and the level of the Y axis. It is pretty easy to adjust. I used a ruler and got it within tolerance. The vertical supports came perfectly square. The "new" set up with the filament detection and the new extruder works fine. Just DON'T over tighten the spring, as the pressure is very strong and can smash the filament ( I did that once and jammed the hot end.) If the filament is distorted by smashing it with too much pressure, it will not feed smoothly. Now all adjusted with less pressure it pulls the filament in perfectly and never misses the correct amount needed. I get very few of those "tiny hairs" using PTEG on this machine. 248 deg C hot end and 85 Bed temp. I now have three of these printers.
I have just received cr6 max.
I just mounted it, it's really promising, I can't wait to test it.
but be careful you must first check because all the screws were unscrewed, the excebtriques completely released (X - Y & Z).
I have already ordered several models (Cr-10s / S5 / cr-10s pro / ender 3 / ender 3 pro), I have never had this kind of problem.
A beginner will not have the reflex to adjust the eccentrics, no instructions in the assembly manual.
Apart from this little problem which is relatively normal because the machine goes around the earth by boat / plane / truck ...
The quality of the machine is really good