Creality3D CR - 10 3D Printer £262.69 with code @ GearBest
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Creality3D CR - 10 3D Printer £262.69 with code @ GearBest

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Found 20th Dec 2017Edited by:"joef112"
Seems a great price for this machine. Massive build volume too.

Add to basket, use code CR10UK31 (make sure you choose EU warehouse)

Main Features:
● With LCD screen and keypad for easy offline use
● Supports SD card off-line printing, can also directly print with USB adapter
● 300 x 300 x 400mm build volume, just right for you
● Supports multiple 3D printing filaments: ABS / PLA / TPU and so on
● Further simplified structure means fast assembly and easy adjustment, which saves you both time and energy
● Enhanced stability and reliability: aluminium plate ensures more stable printing
● Assembly is simple and suitable for DIY customers
● It is unassembled DIY kit, which provides you an unforgettable step-by-step learning experience of 3D printer from scratch. As long as you have a passion for creativity, you can not afford to miss this product
● Nozzle temperature: below 250 Deg.C in normal state, max. 270 Deg.C
● With the functions of break out filament detection and continue printing when power-off status is restored ( only for the upgraded version )
● Note: you can click here to choice the another color
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Better value than the previous posted Lutzbot, if I didn't already have 4 3D printers I would be sorely tempted
I have one of these, the quality is amazingly good for the price, but as with all 3d printers make sure you know what your letting your self in for before purchacing.
limpduck21 m ago

I have one of these, the quality is amazingly good for the price, but as …I have one of these, the quality is amazingly good for the price, but as with all 3d printers make sure you know what your letting your self in for before purchacing.


Can you be more specific
On what part?

"but as with all 3d printers make sure you know what your letting your self in for before purchasing."

That bit?

If so... these machines need fine tuning and maintaining. If you want a machine that's as simple to use as possible and just print and go then you need to spend more and for some thing like a prusa mk3.

I don't want to put people off this machine for the price it simply can not be beat... but you need to spend time getting used to it and understanding how everything works. Take a look at youtube there are 100's of reviews.

There is a good build guide here:

Was thinking if had to buy more parts other than filament.
There are a few parts you can print off on Thingiverse (fan shroud, cable guides etc) that will greatly improve your prints .. make sure you will be happy with PLA (and similar) filaments .. you will struggle to print half decent nylon etc models without an enclosed printer (you could always knock up a diy enclosure for it though) .. I think the best choice of 3d printer up to the prusa’s IMHO
I want either one of these or maybe the Anet A8. Just can't bring myself to buy from G/Best
I clueless never owned one be looking at reviews
Edited by: "TAZMANUK" 20th Dec 2017
I got my first printer the cr10s a week ago. easy to put together and this video is the best to watch for assembly

Have been really happy with the prints.
You do have to put some work into it but anyone with technicle skill can get it working. Took about half an hour to set it up.
Levelling the plate was a problem (as mine wobbled) but the video showed how to fix it.
Since then I've been printing my xmas presents.
Once the machine is working and basic printing you can then tweak cura software to produce better items.
I got mine of amazon as I didnt want to wait and was worried about customs charge.

Does anyone have any information on import duty... is it luck or how much would it be on this item? Thinking of getting a 40 watt laser.
Edited by: "simonbrowne" 20th Dec 2017
Can it print a gold flamedeer?
Posted yesterday..?
simonbrowne1 h, 34 m ago

I got my first printer the cr10s a week ago. easy to put together and this …I got my first printer the cr10s a week ago. easy to put together and this video is the best to watch for assembly [Video] Have been really happy with the prints.You do have to put some work into it but anyone with technicle skill can get it working. Took about half an hour to set it up.Levelling the plate was a problem (as mine wobbled) but the video showed how to fix it. Since then I've been printing my xmas presents.Once the machine is working and basic printing you can then tweak cura software to produce better items.I got mine of amazon as I didnt want to wait and was worried about customs charge.Does anyone have any information on import duty... is it luck or how much would it be on this item? Thinking of getting a 40 watt laser.



no import duty as its from eu warehouse
I got mine from a EU warehouse took 5 days from ordering to my door. You don't need to mod these to get good prints (Ive not done anything). The only thing you may have to change is the glass bed as most have issues. You can use a mirror from ikea that costs about £5 for a pack of 4.
Edited by: "limpduck" 21st Dec 2017
How long will these 3d printers last, as I've no luck with normal printers lol
This is the one if you are looking for a 3D printer go for it
just received mine. took only 3d. starting the assembly
bigN133 h, 31 m ago

just received mine. took only 3d. starting the assembly


Any good, as I've an old laptop and doubt it's up to speed for the software to create stuff
simonbrowne20th Dec

I got my first printer the cr10s a week ago. easy to put together and this …I got my first printer the cr10s a week ago. easy to put together and this video is the best to watch for assembly [Video] Have been really happy with the prints.You do have to put some work into it but anyone with technicle skill can get it working. Took about half an hour to set it up.Levelling the plate was a problem (as mine wobbled) but the video showed how to fix it. Since then I've been printing my xmas presents.Once the machine is working and basic printing you can then tweak cura software to produce better items.I got mine of amazon as I didnt want to wait and was worried about customs charge.Does anyone have any information on import duty... is it luck or how much would it be on this item? Thinking of getting a 40 watt laser.



Received my CR-10s today, however, won't be assembling until after Christmas!

Any hints or tips for a noob like me from what you have experienced so far?
birdyboyuk12 m ago

Received my CR-10s today, however, won't be assembling until after …Received my CR-10s today, however, won't be assembling until after Christmas!Any hints or tips for a noob like me from what you have experienced so far?


What I've heard is to print of about 4 modifications for it, also heard one file was corrupt so watch for that not printer issue but file issue.

I'm still on fence in getting one
TAZMANUK1 h, 41 m ago

What I've heard is to print of about 4 modifications for it, also heard …What I've heard is to print of about 4 modifications for it, also heard one file was corrupt so watch for that not printer issue but file issue.I'm still on fence in getting one


What mods though... So many out there
birdyboyuk1 h, 3 m ago

What mods though... So many out there


If you look on YouTube they are on there one was for filament to stop going against another that's greased, another to keep the belt tight or something on them lines
TAZMANUK14 m ago

If you look on YouTube they are on there one was for filament to stop … If you look on YouTube they are on there one was for filament to stop going against another that's greased, another to keep the belt tight or something on them lines


I believe that's for cr-10 though.

I have the cr-10s which has been upgraded from its predecessor.
If you have the cr10s then it should have the mods already on, in fact i think all printers now ship with them. The only thing i would recommend is the bed leveling handles, they just make it a bit easier to level. A part from that download the calibration cube and start printing...

thingiverse.com/thi…865

I use simplify 3d, just because i find it easier and there are a few good profile floating around to make it a bit easier to get up and running.


If you get stuck then join the facebook cr10 community.
TAZMANUK14 h, 34 m ago

Any good, as I've an old laptop and doubt it's up to speed for the …Any good, as I've an old laptop and doubt it's up to speed for the software to create stuff


assembled in less than 30 min, will try to print couple of things today. the first attempt of printing the sample found in the sd card were not successful as after 15min the movement of the head stoped causing the nozzle to get fully covered with filament.
Levelling is the most iportant thing to do next.
goto prepare/level base (or some thing).
at each cornet adjust so a paper thickness away (use as deeler guage) do this around all corners by pressing next step.check the centre as some supplied with bowed glass. if that is more than the others you will need to get that level first.
I ended up putting a piece of paper under the glass in the centre and making sure the clips were in each corner.
next make sure bed is heated. ui use 60 degrees. i also use masking tape and pritt stick on that.
Still not perfected yet but most prints come out fine. once the base start working 80% of problems are cured and you are ready to get great print.
OK so i just ordered this now what filament should I order to go with it?
pontprennau3rd Jan

OK so i just ordered this now what filament should I order to go with it?


I've posted a few filament deals...Clicky! No idea if price still valid, you'd have to check.

PLA is a good staring point for 3D printing.

I've just purchased some wood filament...going to be interesting to see how that goes!
Price is actually now better than posted. Just ordered one this morning for £255.91.
Anyone know if we're liable to pay VAT on arrival?
Edited by: "Toothy1911" 12th Jan
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