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Creality 3D Ender 3X Upgraded High-precision DIY 3D Printer Kit £145.42 Delivered (EU Shipping) @ Tomtop
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Creality 3D Ender 3X Upgraded High-precision DIY 3D Printer Kit £145.42 Delivered (EU Shipping) @ Tomtop

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Posted 17th SepShipping from Germany

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Good price when considering it is shipped from Germany, so no custom fees to be concerned about. Looking about this seems to be the current cheapest price, and would be a suitable machine for anyone who's interested in 3D printing.

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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.
Make the platform flat and the model easy to take.

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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1 * 3D Printer Set
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I've been looking to get a 3d printer to start creating cosplay props . Would this be recommended? I keep reading about a pro version too. No idea which is the best.
nekoangel17/09/2019 15:29

I've been looking to get a 3d printer to start creating cosplay props . …I've been looking to get a 3d printer to start creating cosplay props . Would this be recommended? I keep reading about a pro version too. No idea which is the best.


Fantastic printer and would certainly be up to the task of cosplay props. Because it is, so popular, there is a great wealth of information / guidance, online.
The pro version, has some upgrade components (e.g. branded power supply), so can be worth it depending you can get a competitive price.
johnnypanic17/09/2019 15:36

Fantastic printer and would certainly be up to the task of cosplay props. …Fantastic printer and would certainly be up to the task of cosplay props. Because it is, so popular, there is a great wealth of information / guidance, online.The pro version, has some upgrade components (e.g. branded power supply), so can be worth it depending you can get a competitive price.


Thanks! Yeah I'm not even sure what's a good price lol. What price Would the Pro be worth it over this you think?
Edited by: "nekoangel" 17th Sep
They appear to have the the pro version for £158 - A quick google of a review states that although the X is a slightly cheaper that the pro the upgrades over the base model are preferable - i am very tempted.
rwilts17/09/2019 16:25

They appear to have the the pro version for £158 - A quick google of a …They appear to have the the pro version for £158 - A quick google of a review states that although the X is a slightly cheaper that the pro the upgrades over the base model are preferable - i am very tempted.


Link please?
rwilts17/09/2019 16:25

They appear to have the the pro version for £158 - A quick google of a …They appear to have the the pro version for £158 - A quick google of a review states that although the X is a slightly cheaper that the pro the upgrades over the base model are preferable - i am very tempted.


If you like tinkering (I have a few printers) it is a great hobby for when its inclement out. So many things to make for 'she who must be obeyed' to give you some 'brownie points'. Have a look on thingyverse dot com for bits to give you an idea. The site is glitchy atm. pm me if you need help.

(My first resin printer arrives 2morra and I'm getting all excited )
good find, heat added
I purchased the Ender 3 three months ago having never used a 3D printer before and do not regret it, do remember to purchase PLA. The way I learned how to use the Ender 3 was by printing all the parts that enhance the printer such as fan covers. Then I moved onto connecting a Raspberry PI to remotely control and monitor the printer. I'm now learning how to design my own items using Fusion360 and have successfully printed fixtures and fittings for our Log Cabin I've built.
rwilts17/09/2019 19:41

Not sure if you wanted the printer or the story Not sure if you wanted the printer or the story https://www.tomtop.com/p-os1622eu.htmlhttps://all3dp.com/1/creality-ender-3-vs-ender-3-pro-3d-printer-shootout/


Hah printer please and thank you! I'll take a peek!
rwilts17/09/2019 19:41

Not sure if you wanted the printer or the story Not sure if you wanted the printer or the story https://www.tomtop.com/p-os1622eu.htmlhttps://all3dp.com/1/creality-ender-3-vs-ender-3-pro-3d-printer-shootout/


It's showing as £240 for me.
J27317/09/2019 21:26

It's showing as £240 for me.


Change delivery from China to eu
Pro version is better if you can afford. Either way it's a damn good printer for the money. First thing you will probably do is print parts to upgrade it which is cool. Just try to print useful stuff and not more landfill.
Get the Pro. Safer PSU, more stable Y axis, etc
stringsonfire17/09/2019 22:08

Get the Pro. Safer PSU, more stable Y axis, etc


Reading I've done also seems to point towards going for the pro over the 3x, thanks for the info
Warning buying one of these will cost you in the long run...you will get hooked on 3D printing :D. I love my Ender 3 (currently switching it over to a Direct Drive system). Bargain at this price. Although make space for the 2nd printer you end up getting....because you need it.
Stormfish17/09/2019 22:03

.Just try to print useful stuff and not more landfill.


Most people starting out, print in PLA or PLA +. You do know that`s bio degradable?.

Anyway.
I have 2 standard Ender 3`s one with a glass bed, the other has std bed. Both on yellow upgraded springs.
I run a nice little business from them. would recommend them.

Follow Lukes guide on youtube youtube.com/wat…mo8 for building it right first time. Saves so much hassle as the standard build instructions are terrible.

Also join some friendly Ender 3 groups on facebook. loads of info from beginners upwards.
These are only available with an EU plug, are they just kettle lead to switch out for a uk plug? Been looking at the ender 3 pro, very tempted for this price...or hang on for a good deal on the CR-10S Pro...hmmmm
tinca17/09/2019 16:57

If you like tinkering (I have a few printers) it is a great hobby for when …If you like tinkering (I have a few printers) it is a great hobby for when its inclement out. So many things to make for 'she who must be obeyed' to give you some 'brownie points'. Have a look on thingyverse dot com for bits to give you an idea. The site is glitchy atm. pm me if you need help.(My first resin printer arrives 2morra and I'm getting all excited )


I got an anycubic photon a couple of months back for accurate stuff and its the business. Only downside is the print area size and the need for uv curing lights. I still use my spooled printers for larger work that doesnt need high detail. Spooled printers like these are a great introduction to 3D printing on a budget before deciding if you want/need to move upto resin printing.
Wolfie196917/09/2019 23:48

Most people starting out, print in PLA or PLA +. You do know that`s bio …Most people starting out, print in PLA or PLA +. You do know that`s bio degradable?.Anyway.I have 2 standard Ender 3`s one with a glass bed, the other has std bed. Both on yellow upgraded springs.I run a nice little business from them. would recommend them.Follow Lukes guide on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLvpfpK5mo8 for building it right first time. Saves so much hassle as the standard build instructions are terrible.Also join some friendly Ender 3 groups on facebook. loads of info from beginners upwards.


If I may ask what sort of stuff do you print and sell?

I've been on the verge for months on something like this and if it can generate revenue back that seems fantastic.
Had the bog standard ender 3 for... about a year now. Had all sorts come off it for repairs/upgrades/useful bits/knik-knaks. Genuinely can't recommend enough for this sort of money.

Printing is insanely slow though on any printer until the super new extreme high end stuff. Expect at least 2/3 hours for anything useful from them (same on all not just this, it's laying down .3 mm layers of plastic. It takes a while!)

for anyone jumping on board. You NEED Cura (free) to "slice" designs to a suitable design for your printer. Super easy to use, follow a guide on setup.

There's a few good bits of software for designing your own stuff, personally, I'm a fairly big fan of tinkercad for something relatively simple/easy online that can (with a bit of work) produce pretty much anything.
Edited by: "llamaalarmallama" 18th Sep
tinca17/09/2019 16:57

If you like tinkering (I have a few printers) it is a great hobby for when …If you like tinkering (I have a few printers) it is a great hobby for when its inclement out. So many things to make for 'she who must be obeyed' to give you some 'brownie points'. Have a look on thingyverse dot com for bits to give you an idea. The site is glitchy atm. pm me if you need help.(My first resin printer arrives 2morra and I'm getting all excited )


What's the difference between normal and resin printing?
'normal printing uses a filament that is heated and layered to produce an item. Resin, as implied, uses an ultraviolet light reactive resin. It offers insanely good looking items that do not need post processing smoothing. Only problem with resin is the size of the item item produced.


looks like this time someone has hijacked one of your deals, still not good
Sye_Clarke18/09/2019 10:39

What's the difference between normal and resin printing?


Just also be aware, that with resin, you need to ensure you have adequate ventilation and handle appropriately. Resin is quite dangerous if not handled with care.
duncanhill17/09/2019 19:29

I purchased the Ender 3 three months ago having never used a 3D printer …I purchased the Ender 3 three months ago having never used a 3D printer before and do not regret it, do remember to purchase PLA. The way I learned how to use the Ender 3 was by printing all the parts that enhance the printer such as fan covers. Then I moved onto connecting a Raspberry PI to remotely control and monitor the printer. I'm now learning how to design my own items using Fusion360 and have successfully printed fixtures and fittings for our Log Cabin I've built.



Any pictures of what you have made please!
Amazing price for the 3D printer.
Got my first ever printer off the wife for Christmas an AnyCubic i3 Mega and I love it best present ever!
And it’s recently started making me some money back.
Tricks is to find a niche thing that people want and isn’t supplied else where.
Because the plastic is cheap you pretty much make items at a profit if demand is good.
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