[Discontinued] Creality3D CR-10 V2 3D Printer
TMC2208 ultra-quiet drive, high performance and stability, noise reduction and compression. It can create a quiet and efficient printing environment for you.
Two-way Cooling Fans & All-Metal Extruder
The heat dissipation is more uniform and fast, which effectively ensures the stability of the aperture precision, reduces the bad overflow of the plug, and has a better forming effect. The all-metal extrusion mechanism makes the feed more stable and wear-resistant, and the print model quality is better.
350W MeanWell Power Supply & Resume Print Feature
We adopt the Mean Well power supply, which is produced by the listed company with mature technology, and it meets all the needs of fast heating and long-time 3D printing. The printer is shielded by its power supply from voltage spikes and power outages. If electrical power is lost, prints can be resumed from the last layer, saving time and reducing waste.
Self-Installing BL-TOUCH Supported
The machine reserves the BL-TOUCH automatic leveling device architecture. Support self-installation, to meet your higher printing pursuit, but also enhance the DIY fun of self-installed.
Stability Triangle Frame
The Z-axis brace is linking to the top of the frame to the base, leading to the stability triangle frame. This unique design improves the printing precision due to reducing the error produced by the Z-wobble.
The CR-10 V2 is an upgraded version of the CR-10 with better performance than the CR-10, with upgraded components and more extra accessories, if you are an experienced 3D printing enthusiast looking for an upgrade, look no further. CR-10 V2 will give you more printing fun than you will ever need.
- Printing Technology: FDM
- Print Area: 300 x 300 x 400mm(11.8 x 11.8 x 15.8”)
- Print Speed: ≤180mm/s, Normal 30-60mm/s
- Number of Nozzles: 1
- Accuracy: ±0.1mm
- Layer Thickness: 0.1-0.4mm
- Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
- Compatible Filaments: 1.75mm PLA, ABS, PETG, TPU
- Heated Bed Temperature: ≤100°C
- Mode of Operation: Connected to a PC or Offline with SD card
- Compatible Formats: stl, obj, amf
- Compatible Software: Cura/Repetier-Host/Simplify3D
- Operating System: MAC/Linux/WindowsXP/Vista/7/8/10
- Power Supply: Rated Voltage 115/230V; Output: 24V
- Rated Power: 350W
- Automatic Leveling: Optional
For the 3D pritner ONLY
- 1 x CR-10 V2 3D Printer (Some parts need to be assembled)
- 1 x CR-10 V2 3D Printer (Some parts need to be assembled)
- 1 x Simplify3D License Key( Send by Email)
This is my first 3d printer. And it was so easy to set up from putting it together to downloading the programs . and the best part was the way sainsmart and creality has so when your done setting everything up you can have your choice of 3 small print to test run. So it helps you to learn how to get started. So I was able to learn quite easily. Thanks sainsmart . I'm having so much fun.
Great printer for the money good print quality and decently easy assembly
Nice 3D printer. Paid a little higher for some reason but arrived on time and product is as described.
Great machine I love it!!!!!
Printer works good. You just need to tease arch a lot before you get started. Quick start guide is ****. You are better off watching you tube videos to get going. But over all it��s been a good printer so far. The glass bed is really good. Definitely want a sheet of pei as well. My aluminum bed was warped a little but nothing tinfoil between the two couldn��t handle. Over all I like the machine for my first
Right out of the box and for the last few weeks this printer has been spot on. This is my first 3D Printer and it has been a smooth experience. I have watched a lot of videos and have some friends with 3D printers so the learning curve wasn��t bad. The only dislike I would have is that it seems a little much for the money. I wish it would have come with the add on BL Touch leveler. Though, I haven��t really needed the leveler with my smaller prints... i think it may be more useful when I do larger prints. All in all I am very happy with this printer.
This is my first 3D printer. I also purchased the BL Touch. After many failed attempts to print a dog, I realized the PLA will not stick to the provided glass bed. I covered it in blue painter's tape, and I am now impressed with this thing.Originally, I didn't want to bother with printing an example, but failing right out of the gate, I ended up with a nice little dog. On to my 2nd print. I'm making a desktop nameplate with a pen holder on the side. (This, I designed myself using Blender, and I sliced it with Cura.)I have not yet figured out how to calibrate millimeter dimensions in Blender, so I can make more exact models. I intend on printing many things with this printer. So far, I love it.
I now have two of these. My wife got me the first one for Christmas, and a friend helped me set it up and showed me the basics. Since then I have tried many filaments, large and small prints, and learned a ton (I'm retired, tend toward technical hobbies, and have the time to find answers). This printer is really good. The first one, required no setup at all and from the onset produced great prints. The Creality White PLA filament that came with the printer is an excellent first filament and still my favorite white of the five or six other brands I have tried. The printer just worked. I was hooked. Then after three weeks, I knew I wanted a second one, rather than get something that didn't have a lot of upgrades as this one does, I just got another. Well, this one wasn't so easy, but I had plenty of time to put it together. As I was taking it out of the box, I noticed two of the bed leveling knobs had come off. No biggie, I put them back on, unfortunately blindly, not noticing that there was a correct direction, which affects the ability to level the bed. So careful on that one. Then I noticed a lot of wobble on the y axis, and the rollers were literally loose. No problem, I tightened them, which is a major pain as I ended up having to take off the entire bed to do it right. But, I needed to know this anyway. Then I printed the Cali Cat to see how everything performed and at the end of the print, I noticed the Y axis belt at the near end (fortunately!) has a little bit of wear from being off center. As I have owned a twitchy treadmill in the past, I knew I had to tighten the side that it was shifting toward. Well, that wasn't as easy as it sounds. I ended up taking off the entire assembly and realized that unless you loosed the pully bold itself, you can't really adjust the tension on either side. Eventually I did and the belt is now riding in the center. So far everything else looks like it is working on par. The initial prints from this have been fantastic, compared to others I have seen. So the printer is capable, and I am not totally sorry I had to go through all this because eventually part of this hobby is maintaining the machine and I now know a lot more about it than I did. This really is an excellent printer, but don't just slap it together without seeing if things look tight. I checked every bolt and couple were loose. So take great care in the assembly process and this printer will serve you well. For the price it is an excellent value.