3D Printer CR 10S Creality 3D Printer Updated Dual Z Axis 300×300×400mm Large Building Volume 0.05mm Cura PLA Free Filament & Tool Box

Extruder QTY:1
Print size:300x300x400mm(11.81×11.81×15.75in)
Deamater of nozzle:Standard 0.4mm(can be changed to 0.3/0.2mm)
Material diamater:1.75mm
Machine size:490×600×615mm(19.29×23.62×24.21in)
Machine weight:10.3kg
Package size:540×640×310mm(21.26×25.20×12.20in)
Package weight:14kg
Power supply:110V-240V/100-120W
Operating system:Windows/Linux/Mac/XP
Operate software:Cura、Repetier-host、Simplify 3D
Recommended material:High quality PLA of 1.75mm diameter, ABS, TPU, Copper,Wood,carbon fiber, and so on common consumables on the market.

Product Features

  • Print size:Super building size of 300 x300x400mm.Updated dual Z axis leading screw rod which have more stable performance when print big items
  • Easy assembly: Delivery with three sets, just need about 10 minutes to assemble well.
  • Long service life:Industrial-grade circuit boards, printing for 200 hours without pressure, mature technology performance is stable.
  • Extruder:New MK10 nozzle patent extrusion structure, not plug and can print almost all printing material on the market.
  • Heat bed: Industrial grade aluminum alloy platform & special tempered glass to ensure the formation of flat and to prevent wear and tear. Easy to take out the model.

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  • TNagz

    Not widely documented is the filament sensor plug. It took awhile to figure out where to plug it in and mount it, I have been 3-D printing on a Qidi Tech X-One printer for the past year. It’s been great, but it’s limited to 5.5 inch square build volume. So I decided to get the CR-10S printer. The CR-10S is an excellent printer. Due to the size of the build plate and maybe the screws/springs, it needs to be leveled before each job. I usually start the bed warming and then level it while that’s going on. Once I get it leveled I start heating the nozzle. I bought a sheet of PEI and prints stick better to it…

  • BigMoose

    Excellent Printer, but not perfect. Excellent Printer. Took about 30 minutes to set up, and several hours of practice prints to get it dialed in, but it works very well, I absolutely love it. I print PLA, with a 1 mm nozzle,(anything else takes forever to print large objects) at 190 C, and 60 C on the bed, and it works like a charm. sturdy construction.Pros1. Huge build surface2. Reliable3. nice extra features, like out of plastic detectioncons1. control knob is far to sensitive – the firmware…

  • Paul in FL

    Great Printer and Great Vendor I am new to 3D printing but I had this printer assembled and ready to print in less than an hour. I watched Youtube videos before receiving it so I knew the basics of getting a good first print. It printed perfectly and I printed many accessories over about a week before it suddenly quit. I contacted the vendor and they were extremely helpful. They sent spare parts via DHL so I had them quickly. The end result was just a loose connection, probably came loose in shipping, at the filament sensor…

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