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 CR-6 SE 3D Printer
 CR-6 SE 3D Printer
 CR-6 SE 3D Printer
 CR-6 SE 3D Printer

CR-6 SE Leveling-free DIY 3D Printer, 235*235*250mm Build Volume



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What's New of Creality CR-6 SE?

- Super Easy Assembly: only put a few parts together and good to go, start printing straight OUT OF THE BOX.
- Groundbreaking Leveling-Free : (Auto 16 points leveling for the first time, no panic and troubles) ideally for everyone even beginners.
- A Quiet Printer: 32-bit silent motherboard, an STM32 control chip, and 24V 350W MeanWell power supply enable the CR-6 SE to heat up quickly and reduce noise consistently.
- Customizable, Modular Nozzle: Simplicity in nozzle maintenance. You can customize it. From the heat block to the nozzle tip, among other parts, this is a Modular 3D Printer that's easy to keep!
- Dependable Extruder: With its compact and reliable extruder, you know that a smoother extrusion and an easier filament feed will ultimately generate faster, quieter, and smoother prints.
- Great User Experience: 4.3" HD LCD Touch Screen with intuitive UX UI, PhotoelectricFilament Sensor, and Resume printing function, More Practical Add-ons: Flexible hotbed fixator, foldable filament holder, stepper motor cover, tool boxes...All you need is within reach.
-More-Compact: CR-6 SE is designed with a wider foundation and equipped with dual Z-axises matched with an adjustable timing belt that translates into reduced unwanted motion and improved refined results.
-Portable 3D Printer: Weighing only 9.2kg and with manageable dimensions (442*462*540mm), the Creality CR-6 SE 3d printer is a 3D Printer that you can carry.

Why you should get the CR-6 SE!

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Glen King
5 star on getting it. 5 Star Packed Very Well. Zero STAR on someone getting back it touch with me. Hopefully Someone will get in touch soon. Bed Will not get hot After 10-12 prints of a Chess set for a grandson. I'm Disable now from EMS and having to find new toys to work with. Just Need Creality to get back in touch me.
I've had this printer for months and have had about 10 times as many failed prints as I've had successful ones. I've adjusted the z axis gantry, adjusted the bed and now I'm going to have to tighten down the rollers for the extruder, because it moves a good .25" when I'm "leveling" the bed. I also have to adjust the z offset every time I try a print. I ordered a new bed and a different roll of filament and will adjust my review if things get better, but for now AVOID this machine if you are new like I am. This is not a beginner-friendly machine and was not a good first experience.
Peter Christ
Perfect device! Runs wonderfully, printouts are damn good without having to calibrate anything. Setup is really easy, done super quickly. The stock firmware is unfortunately very trimmed, but very good for beginners. Everyone else is flashing anyway. I can only recommend the device, there are many things to do for hobbyists, beginners get a well-equipped device!
This printer is my 5th printer so far (as I've gone a bit overboard with this hobby). My previous printers range from "child's" printer, to an enclosed, expensive IDEX printer. One of my printers though was an open source "triple-extruding" little diddy that I could just not get to work correctly for the life of me. As I have 3 children under 6, I just did not have time to spend troubleshooting and fixing the issue, so I put that printer aside for a rainy day, found a great deal on a CR6 (so good, in fact, I thought it would be a hocked refurb or broken one), and ordered it. I received my CR6 SE 3 days later (only because I ordered on a Saturday, otherwise it would have been 2 days). My oldest watched me set it up, and with mild distractions it took about 25 minutes from unboxing to staring at Cura, I mean Creality Slicer, tweaking the settings on my first print. Besides me causing issues to my first print from worrying the settings weren't right, this thing has spent the first 24 hours of print time printing flawless prints with no stringing or issues of any kind. Not to mention, out of all my printers, I cannot hear this thing at all. Besides the power supply this thing is dead silent. My $1000 printer can be heard throughout the house, thus me being scolded every morning after running it all night. My wife loves this printer as she can't even tell it's running half the time. Long story short, this printer is phenomenal and can be found at around the same price as an Ender V2 despite its apparent upgrades. If you are on the fence like I was this time around, I beg you to highly consider this printer as I love it!

Grampa Caligula
I bought this printer to replace my first, an MP Delta Mini. I intended to replace with another delta, but this one had the minimum requirement I needed (auto bed levelling). Once you have it, it's a but like a power windows in a car - you'll always wonder how anyone copes without it. It also isn't 5ft tall, making it easier to find a place for it in my home office. The CR-6 SE is very quiet (especially when compared to the MP Delta Mini), heats up fast and is easy to get prints started. Tolerances are very good - the image of the robot puppet was a single print. It was my third actual print on the machine and it performed flawlessly. The baby doll was multiple parts on a single print, and performed well. The skull and the 'Rat's Nest' were both large, 3-5 day prints that performed well with no issues. While it's nowhere near as fast as my old delta, the print quality is a match and the volume is much more usable. The frame is extremely solid and it took about 20 minutes to assemble in real time. I did replace the extruder assembly after my second print - I didn't trust the plastic feel, and it was a bit difficult to load. I'm not ready to trust the run-out sensor until I update the firmware. Since it's been working flawlessly out of the box, I've been hesitant to touch things. I've been printing exclusively with PLA+ using Cura 4.9.0, which already had the CR-6 SE profile ready to go. Overall, I'm *very* happy with this printer. I don't have to spend all my time tweaking settings, and I've only had one print fail so far (due to user error.)

Bought this printer few months back. I bought for a project. i have been using 3d printer for few years now. I used this printer for 3-4 times to testprint. it was okay not bad. but i had not used it for month and it's gone complete bonkers. the z-offset is like 20mm above the print bed, wont auto-level, nozzle wont touch printer bed. upgraded the firmware aswell, nothing. I tried to get in touch with the manufacturer, no answer. absolute shite
Dan Prouty
Q Is this a new machine or refurbished machine, and how long to get one from time of order.
A Full New Items
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