Creality 3D Ender 3X 3D Printer - MK-10 Extruder / Glass Plate / 220x220x250mm Print Area / DE Warehouse - £146.26 Delivered @ Tomtop
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Creality 3D Ender 3X 3D Printer - MK-10 Extruder / Glass Plate / 220x220x250mm Print Area / DE Warehouse - £146.26 Delivered @ Tomtop

£146.26£183.0520%Tomtop Deals
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Expires on 31/08/2019Posted 9th Aug
Awesome price on the X model, it comes with a tempered glass plate included, which is a welcome addition over the standard model and the Pro, especially at this price. The glass plate is going to make things much easier when it comes to removing your prints. An ideal starting point for 3D printing, as long as you're happy with putting it together (Vids on Youtube for that)

It's shipped via the DE warehouse so delivery will be faster than a Chinese import (Obviously) It does come with an EU plug, so keep that in min

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High-precision 3D printer with ±0.1mm high printing accuracy, 220 * 220 * 250mm large printing size with one-piece structure, saving space but building the world.
MK-10 extruder greatly reduces plugging risk and bad extrustion; and the hotbed can reach 110℃ in about 5 minutes to meet the needs of fast heating and printing.

CNC machining of Y-rail mounting groove to make sure precise positioning and keep the stable frame with high-precision printing quality.

Adopts V-slot linear bearing system and wheel moving parts, super noiseless and smooth printing performance; big hand twist nut make the print platform easier to level.
Safely protected power supply and resume printing function, if the machine is shut down or power failure accidentally, it can continue printing after power on.
Compatible with various 1.75mm printing filaments like PLA, ABS, TPU, etc; wide applications, can be used for product structure design, toy modeling, architectural design, parts manufacturing, etc.

Specifications:
  • Plug: US/ EU/ UK/ AU(Optional)
  • Input: AC 100-265V 50-60Hz
  • Output: DC 24V 15A 360W
  • Modeling Technology: FDM(Fused Deposition Modeling)
  • Printing Size: 220 * 220 * 250mm
  • Printing Accuracy:±0.1mm
  • Max. Traveling Speed: 180mm/s
  • Filament: 1.75mm PLA, ABS, TPU, etc.
  • Layer Thickness: 0.1-0.4mm
  • Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
  • File Format: STL, OBJ, G-Code
  • Working Mode: Online or SD offline
  • Max. Nozzle Temperature: 255℃
  • Max. Hotbed Temperature: 110℃
  • Machine Size: 44 * 41 * 46.5cm / 17.3 * 16.1 * 18.3in
  • Package Size: 59.5*49.5*16.5cm/23.4*19.4*6.5inch
  • Package Weight: 9596g/338.4oz
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At last I can make all the lobsters I've been dreaming of!
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At last I can make all the lobsters I've been dreaming of!
Apart from the glass plate, what else differs from the pro?
spammy09/08/2019 10:07

Apart from the glass plate, what else differs from the pro?


Power supply unit is different. Much better on the pro.

There are some recommended upgrades to this printer and any ender 3 to make it less of a potential fire hazard. It includes flashing the software etc. Look into this and make sure they are steps your willing to take.
Edited by: "thesinstar" 9th Aug
I should have been clearer - a few here managed to get a locally dispatched ender 3 pro with bundled creality glass plate and 5 nozzles for ~ £143, so I was wondering if there was any reason to go for the 3x over that (if it was still an option - the same bundle is ~ £175 now)
Edited by: "spammy" 9th Aug
spammy09/08/2019 10:07

Apart from the glass plate, what else differs from the pro?


The Pro version makes real lobsters!
spammy09/08/2019 10:07

Apart from the glass plate, what else differs from the pro?


Like had already been mentioned it had a better power supply... In what way I'm not sure though... I think it just means it's from a known brand.

The pro also has a bigger frame for better stability.


I have a 3x as per the OP's deal and I don't have any issues with it. It's proved reliable and very useful for making things I would have spent a fortune buying (aquarium bits) and for odd jobs printing replacement parts for things that have broken and just for fun!

Wouldn't be without one now
Grr. Just bought the Pro yesterday for £20 more. Is it worth cancelling and going for this?
I got the tevo michelangelo as a starter, came quite quick and worked out of the box, rapped off a few useless items, including a 12 hour print bender (futurama) head to house a small echo... now started playing up, blobby prints, not sticking etc, popped a new nozzle on and it's lots better...
haslitt09/08/2019 12:12

Grr. Just bought the Pro yesterday for £20 more. Is it worth cancelling …Grr. Just bought the Pro yesterday for £20 more. Is it worth cancelling and going for this?


No
stealth66609/08/2019 15:25

I got the tevo michelangelo as a starter, came quite quick and worked out …I got the tevo michelangelo as a starter, came quite quick and worked out of the box, rapped off a few useless items, including a 12 hour print bender (futurama) head to house a small echo... now started playing up, blobby prints, not sticking etc, popped a new nozzle on and it's lots better...




Not sticking clean the bed with IPA {not the ale} use Glue stick. Use 70gsm paper to check nozzle/bed. Blobby print damp filament and or not high enough nozzle temp (I've yet to find a filament that prints at the stated/recommended temperature) each reel has its own 'sweet spot'
Can someone tell me what the returns are like if something goes wrong as never bought from them before.
spammy09/08/2019 10:54

I should have been clearer - a few here managed to get a locally …I should have been clearer - a few here managed to get a locally dispatched ender 3 pro with bundled creality glass plate and 5 nozzles for ~ £143, so I was wondering if there was any reason to go for the 3x over that (if it was still an option - the same bundle is ~ £175 now)


Link pls.
tinca09/08/2019 17:59

Not sticking clean the bed with IPA {not the ale} use Glue stick. Use …Not sticking clean the bed with IPA {not the ale} use Glue stick. Use 70gsm paper to check nozzle/bed. Blobby print damp filament and or not high enough nozzle temp (I've yet to find a filament that prints at the stated/recommended temperature) each reel has its own 'sweet spot'



cheers. was going fine then went pete tong... learning curve
so this over the ender 3 pro deal or do they both have their pro's and con's?
If you can get the Pro, ideally with Glass Bed extra, for within £20-£30 of this, get the Pro, otherwise get this. Check the official stores on AliExpress, they can ship from UK
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