Creality 3D® Ender-3 3D Printer Kit
- Ability to resume prints even after a power outage or lapse occurs
- It can heat the build surface to 90℃ in just 5 minutes
- CNC machining of Y-rail mounting groove to ensure precise positioning and keep the stable frame
- New viscous platform sticker replaces reprinting tape and glue and solves the warping problem
- Uses patent technologies such as MK-8 extruder and V-slot with POM wheel
The Creality 3D Ender-3 3D Printer Kit is an FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling) 3D printer that comes with a 0.4mm nozzle and can extrude a variety of 1.75mm plastic filament. For such an inexpensive device it comes with a sizeable printer area of 220 x 220 x 250mm. This allows you to make substantial objects if you have the patience to wait. The minimum layer height of 100 microns allows printing very detailed models. You can control the process by PC over USB, or from G-code files stored on a microSD card.
Most 3D printers are either fully constructed or come as a kit, but the Ender 3 arrives somewhere in the middle. The most complicated parts, like the hot end and the base, are pre-assembled. However, you do need to finish the frame, add the PSU, mount the Y-axis, and complete the electronics cabling. You can also find the assembly on a large color instruction sheet that breaks down the process into 12 relatively straightforward stages.
Creality 3D Ender-3 3D Printer Kit Features
Creality provides a full toolkit for the printer. It includes a Hex key set, a couple of small spanners, a screwdriver, and even some modeling snips. In addition, you won’t need any additional tools. And the firm also provides at least one extra bolt or nut of all those you might require.
Creality even throws in a microSD card to USB adapter. If you are wondering if the generosity of Creality has a limit, it does. You can see it in the tiny sample amount of bundled filament. At just 15g, this isn’t enough to print much of anything.
The Creality 3D Ender-3 3D Printer Kit is a reworking of the same concept that Creality developed with the previous Ender models and the CR-10 series machines. In addition, it differs from typical Prusa style designs only having a single Z-axis helical shaft. This relies instead on angled bearings to keep the horizontal support arm at 90 degrees to the vertical.
- Affordable price
- High-quality output
- Good build volume
- Still has a few flaws
- Some assembly required
Specification: Creality 3D® Ender-3 3D Printer Kit
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