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CREALITY CR-10S Pro 3D Printer / Auto Levelling /300*300*400mm Print Area / Touchscreen LCD £399.94 Delivered via DE Warehouse @ TomTop
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CREALITY CR-10S Pro 3D Printer / Auto Levelling /300*300*400mm Print Area / Touchscreen LCD £399.94 Delivered via DE Warehouse @ TomTop

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Posted 17th Jul

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Big print area on this one at 300x300x400mm - It does require some self assembly. There should be some videos out there to help with that. Comes with 200g of test filament as well, which is nice.

Filimamnet info: 1.75mm PLA, ABS, Wood, TPU, Carbon Fiber, etc.

Make sure you select the EU warehouse, although it should be selected automatically
Keep in mind that it's an EU plug - Delviery should be pretty quick compared to buying via a Chinese warehouse

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Features:
Upgraded Matrix Automatic Leveling: supports dynamic leveling fill gaps, can achieve single-point fix in real time, easy leveling with both automatic leveling and auxiliary leveling modes, more intelligent operation.

Upgraded V2.4.1 motherboard: 4-layer PCB motherboard adopts solid-state capacitor filtering to increase ESD static protection, performance is more stable and more reliable; TMC ultra-quiet drive and 256 subdivision for more precision printing.

Resume Printing Function & Filament Detection: Accidentally power off or suspend while printing, restart the 3D printer and it will continue printing. The model will not be affected. Supports filament detection, the 3D printer will auto shut down while running out of the filament, even transparent filament can also be detected.

High-quality Feeding Tube & Double Gear Extrusion Mechanism: high temperature resistant feeding tubes make the feeding smoother thus to improves the printing quality. With double-gear extrusion mechanism that has large extrusion force to make sure feeding smoothly.

Quick Heating UP & Brand Power Supply: the temperature of the hot bed can reach up to 110℃ in 5 minutes, realizing the requirement of quick heat up and print all various filament. High-power 480W brand power supply, which compatible with 100V-240V input voltage, can realize long time stable printing

Wide Compatibility and Application: Compatible with various 1.75mm printing filaments like PLA, ABS, TPU, Carbon Fiber, etc; widely used in architecture, medical, home decoration, industry, movie and other many fields.

Specifications:

  • Brand: CREALITY
  • Model: CR-10S Pro
  • Plug: US/ EU/ UK/ AU(Optional)
  • Input: 100-240V 5.9A 50/60Hz
  • Output: DC 24V 21A
  • Power: 480W
  • Molding Tech.: FDM
  • Frame Material: Aluminum Alloy
  • Printing Size: 300*300*400mm
  • Printing Speed: max. 180mm/s, normal 30-60mm/s
  • Filament: 1.75mm PLA, ABS, Wood, TPU, Carbon Fiber, etc.
  • Engraving Accuracy: ±0.1mm
  • Layer Thickness: 0.1-0.4mm
  • Extruder: single
  • Nozzle Diameter: standard 0.4mm
  • File Format: STL, OBJ, AMF
  • Connection: USB cable(online) or SD card(offline)
  • Slice Software: Cura, Repetier-Host, Simplify3D
  • Language: English, Chinese
  • System Support: Windows XP/Vista/7/10, MAC, Linux
  • Platform Temperature: max.110℃
  • Printing Temperature: max. 260℃
  • Machine Size: 49 * 55 * 65cm / 19.3 * 21.7 * 25.6in
  • Machine Weight: 13.1kg / 28.9lbs
  • Package Size: 66 * 55 * 38cm/ 26 * 21.7 * 15in
  • Package Weight: 17.5kg / 38.6lbs

Package List:
1 * 3D Printer Set(including 200g test filament)
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I picked one of these up when it was £550 and it was worth it at that price.

I can not recommend this machine enough, if you can only afford the standard cr10 I beg you try save a little longer, don’t just get the 10s get a pro. You won’t be disappointed.
These things are so cool, I think I will buy one when I am retired so I will have plenty of time to work out what the hell I am going to do with it!
Can I print myself another 3D printer, then send this back for a refund ?
can someone please tell me the difference between an Anet 3D printer priced at roundabout £100 and one that's £400 or £900
buckiebull17/07/2019 21:07

can someone please tell me the difference between an Anet 3D printer …can someone please tell me the difference between an Anet 3D printer priced at roundabout £100 and one that's £400 or £900


£300 - £800
chrisgrantham17/07/2019 13:21

I picked one of these up when it was £550 and it was worth it at that …I picked one of these up when it was £550 and it was worth it at that price. I can not recommend this machine enough, if you can only afford the standard cr10 I beg you try save a little longer, don’t just get the 10s get a pro. You won’t be disappointed.


How long would it honestly take to make the owl for example?
Is it just the time it takes or is the print quality a massive difference?
Is this able to print beyond 12 inches?
Looks great. Also keep seeing ads for the Solidmaker 120mmx120mmx150mm SLA printer, same price as this. Any thoughts on sacrificing print area of this for SLA?
I like the owl. Must be expensive.
OrangeAgent17/07/2019 21:44

How long would it honestly take to make the owl for example?


Dunno about this owl, but bigger or higher-quality prints can easily take days.
@OrangeAgent

TheOnlyRick18/07/2019 09:32

Dunno about this owl, but bigger or higher-quality prints can easily take …Dunno about this owl, but bigger or higher-quality prints can easily take days.


Also depends on the infill. That owl will most like be quite low infill and thus a faster print, though this does affect the fragility of the print.

There are no hard and fast rules with 3D printing as you can make compromises till the cows come home.

Faster print, use less material = weaker model

Stronger/solid print = uses more material, takes a lot longer. Etc
Edited by: "godphilla84" 18th Jul
buckiebull17/07/2019 21:07

can someone please tell me the difference between an Anet 3D printer …can someone please tell me the difference between an Anet 3D printer priced at roundabout £100 and one that's £400 or £900


Build quality of the machine (Aluminium extrusion Vs acrylic frame), better quality electronics (power supply, controller board), higher quality heat bed & hot end + better cooling. Also larger build area. The Creality printers are fantastic. Yes you need to spend time learning how to use them and getting them 'dialed in' but for the money they are really good. If you don't want to spend this much or don't need as larger print area, check out the Ender 3.
Is it worthwhile if you want to make your toddler cool little toys? Or would it be cheaper to just buy toys
Seriously, just buy one. 3d printers are incredibly useful.
ChristphrHowarth18/07/2019 10:39

Seriously, just buy one. 3d printers are incredibly useful.



I have an Anet A8 but wan't to know if there is a massive difference between quality of a £100 printer to one that's £400?
Schwarzenegger17/07/2019 22:34

Is this able to print beyond 12 inches?


Size is king so us guys think. But I'm told is more about the girth. Lol
We wonder what are you printing? 😃
Don't like the design. Once you get to the point where you know what you're doing, you'll start thinking about separating out the PSU, control board and screen so you can put it in an enclosure. Not sure how well this one separates.

If you'll only ever want to print with it as is though, then not a problem
cheesebrain17/07/2019 21:04

Can I print myself another 3D printer, then send this back for a refund ?



Easier to print notes.
dalemcglone18/07/2019 10:34

Is it worthwhile if you want to make your toddler cool little toys? Or …Is it worthwhile if you want to make your toddler cool little toys? Or would it be cheaper to just buy toys


Cheaper? Definitely, definitely, definitely just buy crappy plastic toys.

What's more interesting, fun and gives you options and is an (expensive) hobby? The 3d printer.
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