|CR-10 V2 Firmware+SD Card Files||Download|
CR-10 V2 parameter
|Printing speed||≤180mm/s,normal 30-60mm/s|
|Nozzle Diameter||Standard 0.4mm|
|Working Mode||online or SD slot offline printing|
|Slicing software||Cura\Repetier-Host\Simplify 3D|
|Power supply||AC Input 115V/230V Output:24V|
CR-10 V2 Unboxing and Build
About CR-10 V2
I reviewed and spent lot of time debating & researching about which 3D printer should I go for especially these days since there are many out there. After a lot of efforts, I ended up getting CR-10 V2. I am glad I made this decision. Its truly a great, easy to use, fun 3D printer which is big enough to take on some big prints. Myself being a new bee, I wasn't sure if I should get something big like this or Ender3 or something. But I did purchase this anyway. It works great. Very silent Stepper motors, however control box fan sounds little loud but that can be modified to replace high quality silent cooling/exhaust fan. Overall I have tried only 3 prints so far but I can tell, once the leveling is done perfectly, this printer doesn't seem to need more attention. It just keep rolling, Did my third print so far and looks great. No surprises. I would recommend this printer to any one!
Hands Down for Creality3D for creating such an amazing, convenient 3D printer!
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So far my printer has been fantastic, however I'm disappoint by the way the direct drive was advertised. Almost 3 months in and no way to currently install a direct drive to the printer
he is great fun and can only recommend him
I have a Monoprice Maker Select v2, Ender 3, and CR-10 V2. The latest V2 is by far the best one yet. Assembly took about an hour, and leveling was dead simple. Since then I’ve been printing 24hrs/day and had zero issues or complaints. Would gladly by another one.
I got 3d printer in time and everything is OK.