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

£384.92£44013%Tomtop Deals
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Expires on 30/11/2019Shipping from GermanyPosted 30th Oct
It's getting cheaper! A good sized print area and well regarded machine. Comes with 200g of test filament and does require some assembly. YouTube should have you covered for that if you have any issues there.

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 - Delivery 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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11 Comments
It’s a wonderful disease. You can’t stop printing
Good printer. Mine needed some adjustment before I could get it working properly so be sure to do some troubleshooting if you run into issues. Strongly recommend installing the marlin firmware for better auto levelling and thermal runoff protection (printer is capable of it but current firmware from creality doesn't include it!)
Print quality from this is really good once you get everything set up. I have no regrets on mine.
Paul_Sargent30/10/2019 13:23

Good printer. Mine needed some adjustment before I could get it working …Good printer. Mine needed some adjustment before I could get it working properly so be sure to do some troubleshooting if you run into issues. Strongly recommend installing the marlin firmware for better auto levelling and thermal runoff protection (printer is capable of it but current firmware from creality doesn't include it!)Print quality from this is really good once you get everything set up. I have no regrets on mine.


Still trying to work the bugs out of mine. Don't get me wrong I love it but keep ending up with large burned blobs of PLA being deposited on my prints.
Having trouble with tomtop the watch I ordered turned up yesterday and the screen had a small crack in it. They offered me 3 pound back. Still in negotiations with them now asking for refund or replacement.. Good luck if this goes wonkey
Winterborn30/10/2019 13:51

Still trying to work the bugs out of mine. Don't get me wrong I love it …Still trying to work the bugs out of mine. Don't get me wrong I love it but keep ending up with large burned blobs of PLA being deposited on my prints.


Sounds like over extrusion due to running too high a temp. Try a cooler extrusion temp if you can and try increasing your retraction speed /distance
Bigjambo130/10/2019 14:40

Sounds like over extrusion due to running too high a temp. Try a cooler …Sounds like over extrusion due to running too high a temp. Try a cooler extrusion temp if you can and try increasing your retraction speed /distance


Thank you, i have tried that (I'm only running the temp at 180C with the bed at 60) I'm have another experiment with the retraction settings and see if I get better results. I managed to eliminate the stringing but still kept getting these annoying large blobs.
Winterborn30/10/2019 14:52

Thank you, i have tried that (I'm only running the temp at 180C with the …Thank you, i have tried that (I'm only running the temp at 180C with the bed at 60) I'm have another experiment with the retraction settings and see if I get better results. I managed to eliminate the stringing but still kept getting these annoying large blobs.


Look online for pla zits, they're quite common and are caused by many things. You should be able to find a solve in one of the many "tips and tricks" articles. Hope this helps
Bigjambo130/10/2019 15:04

Look online for pla zits, they're quite common and are caused by many …Look online for pla zits, they're quite common and are caused by many things. You should be able to find a solve in one of the many "tips and tricks" articles. Hope this helps


It does, i'm pretty new to this so any help is appreciated it's been a bit of a long journey as I got mine second hand and a good chunk of the stuff was missing (euro plug, SD card with all the files) so has taken a while. Plus they stripped the grub screw on the extruder motor was it was slipping down, would walk back in the find the extruder dancing merrily in the air as it wasn't receiving filament.
I'm sure it's a great printer, but why such a high price?
Hi,

Could anyone highlight the difference between this and the Creality CR2020

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Looking at my first printer... trying to stay in around the £500 mark. Was about to order the CR10S Pro then noticed the CR2020.

Looking at mainly printing small home decor items, eg candle holders, pen holders etc.
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