Creality Ender-3 Max 3D Printer
Powerful Hotend Kit-Extremely Precise Printing: Modular hotend with a heat-resistant copper nozzle enable rapid filament melting and smooth filament extrusion.
Large Print Size-Max Workspace, Max Production: 300x300x340mm, a widen workspace for your creativeness.
Smooth and Stable Linear Pulley System: Smooth motion and stable printing are ensured by a reliable motion system composed of a special Z-axis precision T-screw rod, V-profiles, and linear pulley system.
Dual Cooling Fans-Effective in Heat Dissipation: The axial cooling fan continuously helps hotend heat dissipation. The double blower fans promote quick cooling on the extruded filament. Always deliver fine results.
All-metal Extruder-Smooth Filament Feed-in: All-metal Bowden extruder is powerful in filament feed-in.
Carborundum Glass Platform-Smoothness Starts from the First Layer: With its superiority in heat resistance and surface flatness, the Carborundum glass platform helps prints adhere better and users remove prints easier. No wrapping and no scratches.
TMC2208 High-performance silence driver: The German import TMC2208 chip driver is adopted to use in X-axis and Y-axis. It is effective to reduce the motor noise and shake that brings a comfortable and silent work environment for you.
Much Larger workspace than Ender 3
Ender 3 Max is an Upgrade of Ender 3
Great printer do a very good job
Beware the EndZ stop switch is Bolt to the printer I cut the 2 screws and got 2 T nuts to be able to ajust the z end switch. Got some elastics to hold the bowden tube and wires
Overall this is a very Nice printer a mix of Ender 3 pro and Ender 3 V2
This my second printer my other is the Ender 3 pro so got somme spare parts for this one
Thank you creality but pleaze fix the endstop switch and put some T nuts for it 😉
The Ender 3 Max is a nice a bridge between the Ender and CR line of printers. I needed a printer with a 300x300 build volume and like the Ender series so the Max came along at perfect time for me. It's a solid, well built printer with a good feature set for the price. I added a bltouch, capricorn tubing and a compiled version of the latest Marlin bugfix 2.0. The latest version of bugfix has an Ender 3 Max config available so that saved a lot of time. I didn't try loading any of the Creality supplied firmware so I can't say how well they work. Cura 4.8 still doesn't have a Max profile but it's not hard to create a new printer or modify an existing one. Overall, I'm quite happy with the Max. I got the larger print volume I needed and was able to stay in the Ender line of printers.
I'm so happy with it! It prints so quietly, the prints are smooth and it's very easy to use. I would highly recommend
This is basically the baseplate and Y axis of the CR10 with a full sized buildplate and carbo base with the frame of the Ender 3. But it works and the price is good. I got excellent results out of box. Only hitch is that there isn't a profile in Cura or Slic3r yet and the Marlin config doesn't yet have examples. But it is basically 4.2.2 board on Ender with big frame.
On;y x and y stepper motors are TMC driven - 2208 I believe, the Extruder and Z axis are A4988, so there is a reduction in noise but not zero noise. The only thing I have slight difficulty with is the filament sensor - if you don't entirely straighten the first piece of filament it is difficult to thread through. Otherwise a good solid printer I believe with give many hours of pleasure
The print quality is impressive, but silent drivers are useless, as as standard fans are even louder than a standard ender 3 easily reaching between 70 and 85db