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Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer DIY Kit (220 x 220 x 250mm Printing Size) for ££160.88 delivered from Germany using code @ TomTop Germany

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Good price for the Ender 3 Pro, if you are into this sort of thing. Delivered from Germany so will be quick and no hidden taxes, all you'll pay is the £160.88 when using the code TTC3D.

Probably good to know that TomTop don't pay for return shipping, but PayPal will (up to £15).

This is from the site:

1. The shipping fee for sending the phone back to us will be paid by customers except for DOA (damaged on arrival) situations. 2. During the return shipping, the customer is responsible for any and all customs charges, excise duties or tariffs during the item return to China. In these cases we will deduct the customs fees from your authorised refund amount.So as it is coming from Germany, there will be no customs charges, and if you buy it using PayPal, you can get up to £15 off the return delivery fee paid for. "Features
• Creality Ender 3 Pro is a DIY kit, with 12 installation steps, easy to assemble, multiple tools to choose from, let users experience more printing fun.
• Extruder was updated to a more advanced version: MK10, this change will “greatly reduce the risk of clogging and uneven extrusion”.
• The Nozzle of Creality Ender 3 Pro max temperature up to 255℃, hotbed max temperature up to 110℃, hotbed can reach 110℃ in about 5 minutes, that can meet the need of rapid heating and printing.
• Creality Ender 3 Pro adopts a new type of soft magnetic sticker, which makes it easier to remove the model and solve the problem of warped printing edges.
• CNC machining the y-axis mounting groove requires only a few steps to accurately position, and the structure is more stable.
• The printed model is of good quality, the size of the print is large enough, and the quality of Creality Ender 3 Pro is also very good.
• Safely protect the power supply, resume printing function, and resume printing after power is restored.
• The maximum printing size is 220*220*250mm / 8.6x8.6x9.8 inches.
• Creality Ender 3 Pro supports various 1.75mm printing filaments, such as PLA, ABS, Wood, TPU, gradient color, carbon fiber, etc.
• Creality Ender 3 Pro supports Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10, MAC, Linux operating system.
• With the free white filament material, the first printing test can be completed in a few minutes, the printed result is also good.
• The Creality Ender 3 Pro can print any models you can think of, and it can also print masks and goggles for your family."


Specifications
  • Model: Ender-3 Pro
  • Plug: US/EU/UK/AU(optional)
  • Frame Material: Aluminum Profile
  • Power Input: 110/240V, 50/60Hz
  • Power Output: DC 24V 270W
  • Printing Method: FDM(Fused Deposition Molding)
  • Printing Size: 220*220*250mm
  • Printing Speed: ≤180mm/s,Normal 30-60mm/s
  • Precision:±0.1mm
  • Layer Thickness: 0.1-0.4mm
  • Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
  • Nozzle Number: 1
  • Heatbed Temperature: ≤110℃
  • Working Mode: Online or Offline
  • File Format: STL,obj,amf
  • Slice Software: Cura, Repetier-Host, Simplify3D
  • Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10, MAC, Linux
  • Filament: PLA,ABS,Wood,TPU,Gradient color,Carbon fiber,etc
  • Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
  • Item Size: 44.0 * 44.0 * 46.5cm / 17.3 * 17.3 * 18.3in
  • Item Weight: 6.9kg / 15.2lb
  • Package Size: 59.5 * 49.5 * 16.5cm / 23.4 * 19.5 * 6.5in
  • Package Weight: 8.9kg / 19.6lb


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jameshunterjones15/07/2020 11:46

I genuinely wonder what the practical uses of something like this are. The …I genuinely wonder what the practical uses of something like this are. The things they advertise as being possible to create are utter junk.


Challenge accepted 😁

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I genuinely wonder what the practical uses of something like this are. The things they advertise as being possible to create are utter junk.
jameshunterjones15/07/2020 11:46

I genuinely wonder what the practical uses of something like this are. The …I genuinely wonder what the practical uses of something like this are. The things they advertise as being possible to create are utter junk.


Just a bit of fun I think. You'd need to spend a lot of money to get one that actually makes things you can use.
I just printed a decent flower pot for my child who brought a plant home from school :-) When the plant outgrows that I can print another one to desired shape and size - but yes, it's a hobby! I will be printing a replacement battery cover for my TV remote that's broken as well!
Not sure about Toptop. If anything does wrong, you also need to pay return shipping fees. I didn't think sellers like this were allowed on HUKD?
flow15/07/2020 11:56

Not sure about Toptop. If anything does wrong, you also need to pay return …Not sure about Toptop. If anything does wrong, you also need to pay return shipping fees. I didn't think sellers like this were allowed on HUKD?


Most Chinese sellers you need to pay for returns, unless stated otherwise on the site. AliExpress does free returns, but only some sellers are involved in that scheme.
Akira_Cat15/07/2020 11:58

Most Chinese sellers you need to pay for returns, unless stated otherwise …Most Chinese sellers you need to pay for returns, unless stated otherwise on the site. AliExpress does free returns, but only some sellers are involved in that scheme.



I didn't think this seller would be allowed on HUKD then.
If was still stuck waiting for Banggood to deliver my pro, I’d have ordered this one for nearly £40 less than the amount I’ve already paid them!
jameshunterjones15/07/2020 11:46

I genuinely wonder what the practical uses of something like this are. The …I genuinely wonder what the practical uses of something like this are. The things they advertise as being possible to create are utter junk.


Challenge accepted 😁

My RC F1 car
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My son's piggy bank
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Watch charging stand
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Cable clips for my cctv wiring
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Labels for the missus wardrobe OCD organisation
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Personalised ornament with our initials
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Stand for my son's Wii U
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Game controller organisers
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Anyone ordered from this site before? Would you recommend them?
Riot115/07/2020 12:11

Challenge accepted 😁My RC F1 car[Image] My son's piggy bank[Image] …Challenge accepted 😁My RC F1 car[Image] My son's piggy bank[Image] Watch charging stand[Image] Cable clips for my cctv wiring[Image] Labels for the missus wardrobe OCD organisation[Image] Personalised ornament with our initials[Image] Stand for my son's Wii U[Image] Game controller organisers[Image]


Am really impressed BTW, normally people just see a plastic statue being printed when these are being advertised (Which in my opinion is a waste of time and money). But you really have changed my preception on these 3d printers. Thank you for sharing these. Can I ask if the printer advertised can do the sort of stuff you have printed?
James_Prescott15/07/2020 12:21

Am really impressed BTW, normally people just see a plastic statue being …Am really impressed BTW, normally people just see a plastic statue being printed when these are being advertised (Which in my opinion is a waste of time and money). But you really have changed my preception on these 3d printers. Thank you for sharing these. Can I ask if the printer advertised can do the sort of stuff you have printed?


Absolutely!

Mine is an Ender 3x a cheaper version of the one in the deal with the addition of a glass bed (the x denotes glass bed)

It is lightly modified with printable upgrades and a raspberry pi running octoprint but none of the upgrades are necessary to print the items I pictured 😁
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Mines going through at £141.29 so far with the website exclusive 5% off, PayPal payment.
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wow i have nothing but trouble with my ender 3 . pretty much given up on it.
replaced the hot end, the bed, the nozzles... but it just ends up printing candy floss.
very unhappy with it. Not my first 3D printer but nothing but trouble.

yes it's level, yes it's clean, yes it's been calibrated and levelled properly. Still prints candy floss.
Akira_Cat15/07/2020 11:47

Just a bit of fun I think. You'd need to spend a lot of money to get one …Just a bit of fun I think. You'd need to spend a lot of money to get one that actually makes things you can use.


Well that's untrue
deleted252344315/07/2020 12:33

wow i have nothing but trouble with my ender 3 . pretty much given up on …wow i have nothing but trouble with my ender 3 . pretty much given up on it. replaced the hot end, the bed, the nozzles... but it just ends up printing candy floss. very unhappy with it. Not my first 3D printer but nothing but trouble. yes it's level, yes it's clean, yes it's been calibrated and levelled properly. Still prints candy floss.


having similar issues with my ender 5 pro
Cracking printer. Very customisable. I got mine for £130 in the black Friday deals last year. Still going strong
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kobrakaan115/07/2020 12:36

having similar issues with my ender 5 pro


yeah this is what I get





you ask for help, and 100% of people say " level the bed " like i hadn't done it 1000000 times already.
deleted252344315/07/2020 12:33

wow i have nothing but trouble with my ender 3 . pretty much given up on …wow i have nothing but trouble with my ender 3 . pretty much given up on it. replaced the hot end, the bed, the nozzles... but it just ends up printing candy floss. very unhappy with it. Not my first 3D printer but nothing but trouble. yes it's level, yes it's clean, yes it's been calibrated and levelled properly. Still prints candy floss.


You tried the ender group on Facebook? Lots of help on there.

I ain't had an issue with my E3P
deleted252344315/07/2020 12:40

yeah this is what I get [Image] [Image] you ask for help, and 100% of …yeah this is what I get [Image] [Image] you ask for help, and 100% of people say " level the bed " like i hadn't done it 1000000 times already.


You tried doing the E Steps?
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Python515/07/2020 12:41

You tried the ender group on Facebook? Lots of help on there.I ain't had …You tried the ender group on Facebook? Lots of help on there.I ain't had an issue with my E3P


Nope. I've been asking in reddit and on some specific 3d forums but FB is worth a shot too I guess. I think there's just something wrong with mine, I can print things on it ... occasionally but most of the time I end up with a stringy mess. But I managed to print this mario cube totally fine ? next print ? candy floss.



and this vase printed ok too



but yeah, for me, about 1 in 4 prints is a success. And everyone says clean and level the bed, but i've done all that. Checked the threaded rods, tightened things up etc.
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Python515/07/2020 12:42

You tried doing the E Steps?


yes :/ set the extruder settings manually. messed about with all kinds of cura profiles, including the filament friday mans version.
deleted252344315/07/2020 12:45

yes :/ set the extruder settings manually. messed about with all kinds of …yes :/ set the extruder settings manually. messed about with all kinds of cura profiles, including the filament friday mans version.


Strange like.

facebook.com/gro…are

Incase you're not already on it. Lots of helpful people
LindisfarneMonk:
yes :/ set the extruder settings manually. messed about with all kinds of cura profiles, including the filament friday mans version.

What filament are you using? I have found some dodgy. Required a higher bed temperature
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Python515/07/2020 12:50

LindisfarneMonk:yes :/ set the extruder settings manually. messed about …LindisfarneMonk:yes :/ set the extruder settings manually. messed about with all kinds of cura profiles, including the filament friday mans version.What filament are you using? I have found some dodgy. Required a higher bed temperature


Amazonbasics PLA. It's the same one that printed those two prints that came out 100% ok. But it's not reproduceable/reliable for me. One print might go fine, then another prints for 20 hours and at the last hour decides to knock the print off the bed, or to string PLA all over the place.

I have of course experimented with hot end / bed temps. i'm kinda at my wits end with it because i had no such issues with my wanhao duplicator i3
deleted252344315/07/2020 12:53

Amazonbasics PLA. It's the same one that printed those two prints that …Amazonbasics PLA. It's the same one that printed those two prints that came out 100% ok. But it's not reproduceable/reliable for me. One print might go fine, then another prints for 20 hours and at the last hour decides to knock the print off the bed, or to string PLA all over the place. I have of course experimented with hot end / bed temps. i'm kinda at my wits end with it because i had no such issues with my wanhao duplicator i3


I have printed quote a few things and not really had any issues.
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I still have some fine tuning to do
Gone for it. Many thanks op...
deleted252344315/07/2020 12:40

yeah this is what I get [Image] [Image] you ask for help, and 100% of …yeah this is what I get [Image] [Image] you ask for help, and 100% of people say " level the bed " like i hadn't done it 1000000 times already.


Definitely join a Facebook group, try "Creality official User Group"

Personally from those images I would say the nozzle is not close enough to the bed. I use a feeler gauge (instead of paper) and level at 9 points in a grid pattern across the bed.
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Riot115/07/2020 13:00

Definitely join a Facebook group, try "Creality official User …Definitely join a Facebook group, try "Creality official User Group"Personally from those images I would say the nozzle is not close enough to the bed. I use a feeler gauge (instead of paper) and level at 9 points in a grid pattern across the bed.


I know thats what everyone suspects. I can only try to impress on you that i've been 3D printing for many years, and that nozzle bites down on a sheet of A4 just fine. But thats what most people suspect yes. I've also had a BLTouch on there, exact same problem too.
Akira_Cat15/07/2020 11:47

Just a bit of fun I think. You'd need to spend a lot of money to get one …Just a bit of fun I think. You'd need to spend a lot of money to get one that actually makes things you can use.


totally untrue. This can make things that you can use.
The real hard part is the design of the things to make that you can use.

Some sad facts :-(

for every 10,000 users of 3D printers, there's just 1 or 2 people who are actually designing things to print.
and, if you think you can make money by designing stuff to print...
well, on my Thingiverse account, with over 20,000 views and 5000 downloads, i've had 1 $5 donation.........

Get a 3D printer to have 'fun' and do stuff for yourself
Don't get one and expect others to dedicate their time for free to make you stuff that you can't be bothered to even try to design
My 5 year old daughter can do basic stuff on Tinkercad.
my 8 year old son is making and printing robots with Tinkercad


I own 2 printers, most recent thing i've designed - a replacement hinge for my rice cooker!
Costs like 30p in plastic (ABS recommended for warmer stuff like this)...

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deleted252344315/07/2020 12:40

yeah this is what I get [Image] [Image] you ask for help, and 100% of …yeah this is what I get [Image] [Image] you ask for help, and 100% of people say " level the bed " like i hadn't done it 1000000 times already.


Looks like you have a clogged hotend, try this fix.
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4298706

And your nozzle is leaking, reassemble when hot.
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ph1lw2115/07/2020 13:09

Looks like you have a clogged hotend, try this …Looks like you have a clogged hotend, try this fix.https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4298706And your nozzle is leaking, reassemble when hot.


Brand new nozzle and bowden tube. That image of the leak around the nozzle yeah the bowden tube crept up inside the heat brake. I did the mod where you cut some of the tube and insert it. Seems to fix that. Thanks for the model, will try that later on today.
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deleted252344315/07/2020 13:11

Brand new nozzle and bowden tube. That image of the leak around the nozzle …Brand new nozzle and bowden tube. That image of the leak around the nozzle yeah the bowden tube crept up inside the heat brake. I did the mod where you cut some of the tube and insert it. Seems to fix that. Thanks for the model, will try that later on today.


When you manually extrude filament, does it come out uniformly? (usually in a neat spiral)?
Bleugh15/07/2020 13:05

totally untrue. This can make things that you can use.The real hard part …totally untrue. This can make things that you can use.The real hard part is the design of the things to make that you can use.Some sad facts :-(for every 10,000 users of 3D printers, there's just 1 or 2 people who are actually designing things to print.and, if you think you can make money by designing stuff to print...well, on my Thingiverse account, with over 20,000 views and 5000 downloads, i've had 1 $5 donation.........Get a 3D printer to have 'fun' and do stuff for yourselfDon't get one and expect others to dedicate their time for free to make you stuff that you can't be bothered to even try to designMy 5 year old daughter can do basic stuff on Tinkercad.my 8 year old son is making and printing robots with TinkercadI own 2 printers, most recent thing i've designed - a replacement hinge for my rice cooker!Costs like 30p in plastic (ABS recommended for warmer stuff like this)...[Image] [Image]


Care to share your thingiverse profile link?

Here's mine: Thingiverse
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ph1lw2115/07/2020 13:17

When you manually extrude filament, does it come out uniformly? (usually …When you manually extrude filament, does it come out uniformly? (usually in a neat spiral)?


yep. it retracts fine too
Just a question as I know nothing about these. Is it possible to print something that is very strong in the force it can take? For example a bolt that could be tightened with a spanner without the bolt breaking under the force.

Or something that would take a fair amount of weight on top of it without breaking??
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yeah this is what I get [Image] [Image] you ask for help, and 100% of …yeah this is what I get [Image] [Image] you ask for help, and 100% of people say " level the bed " like i hadn't done it 1000000 times already.


Mine did something similar. While trying to print, do you get a clicking sound?

My issue was the extruder wheel was skipping and not pushing the pla into the tube. After a lot of googling, apparently it happens when the screw is too tight on the "arm/lever" and the arm pinches the pla so it can't push it through. Also, the wheel that feeds the pla needs to be checked, mine was too low on the mount and wasn't making full contact so I raised it slightly and works perfect.
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furiousjammin15/07/2020 15:01

Mine did something similar. While trying to print, do you get a clicking …Mine did something similar. While trying to print, do you get a clicking sound?My issue was the extruder wheel was skipping and not pushing the pla into the tube. After a lot of googling, apparently it happens when the screw is too tight on the "arm/lever" and the arm pinches the pla so it can't push it through. Also, the wheel that feeds the pla needs to be checked, mine was too low on the mount and wasn't making full contact so I raised it slightly and works perfect.


I don't recall a click, but i'll give it a try this evening and ill check on the screws too. Thanks for the suggestions.
deleted252344315/07/2020 12:45

yes :/ set the extruder settings manually. messed about with all kinds of …yes :/ set the extruder settings manually. messed about with all kinds of cura profiles, including the filament friday mans version.


Hi, i had the similar issue. I brought a glass bed which made it better but after a week it became poor on adhesion and it still couldn't print at full bed. I was told to get a mirror as they are perfectly flat. I had some ikea mirror tiles in the loft, cut one to size with a tile cutter and its been printing non stop full bed which ive never been able to do for around 2 days now.

I will alsp say the paper method never worked for me id just print a big square and use that for reference.
Riot115/07/2020 12:11

Challenge accepted 😁My RC F1 car[Image] My son's piggy bank[Image] …Challenge accepted 😁My RC F1 car[Image] My son's piggy bank[Image] Watch charging stand[Image] Cable clips for my cctv wiring[Image] Labels for the missus wardrobe OCD organisation[Image] Personalised ornament with our initials[Image] Stand for my son's Wii U[Image] Game controller organisers[Image]


These are class mate. Tempted to jump onto this. Whilst still off. Did you use anything to smooth and buff out the printed items?
deleted252344315/07/2020 12:33

wow i have nothing but trouble with my ender 3 . pretty much given up on …wow i have nothing but trouble with my ender 3 . pretty much given up on it. replaced the hot end, the bed, the nozzles... but it just ends up printing candy floss. very unhappy with it. Not my first 3D printer but nothing but trouble. yes it's level, yes it's clean, yes it's been calibrated and levelled properly. Still prints candy floss.


Have you fixed your bed? They almost always sag in the middle. I built mine up with aluminium foil and it's rock solid now.
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