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[Creality3D] Creality CR-10v2 3D Printer $497 with FS ($60 off on all CR series)

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Sep 9, 2020
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Halifax

Creality CR-10v2 3D Printer $497 with FS ($60 off on all CR series)

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Price:
$497
Savings:
14% off
Retailer:
Creality3D
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Seems this deal recently got changed so I thought better edit this post as well.
Now you no longer get $90 off on 10spro v2 but instead, this coupon code of $60(usd) off works on all cr-10 series
Code: CACX60 , same as last deal, Canadian only.

Now you can get
cr-10v2 for $392 ~ CAD$497.31
cr-10v3 for $442 ~CAD$560.74
cr-10sprov2 for $539 ~CAD$683.80


If you are new to 3D printing and not sure which printer to start with, I would recommand a guy on youtube name"3D printing nerd", you can go check his past machine review videos. It helped me alot.



Reason I was looking in to this particular model because this one is a great printer for both experienced and new people. It has lots of the bells and whistles like filament run our sensor and auto bed leveling. And the bed is large enough to print full size helmets etc( yes cosplay yeah!). . You have to manually adjust the z-axis, and once you do that, you should be good to go. One of my friend recommended it to me says “This printer is a workhorse”。

Here are some other info copied from amazon, sorry I'm lazy person:
BLTOUCH AUTO LEVELING Matrix Automatic Leveling, quality Bill Touch automatic leveling device.And the CR-10 Pro V2 will automatically measure the height of 9 unique points on the heated bed to determine the ideal settings for perfect prints every time.
SENSITIVE SENSOR Real-Time Detection,CR-10S Pro V2 has a newly-added innovative material shortage detection switch, Even also highly sensitive to detect transparent materials
STABLE AND HIGH PRECISION MOTHERBOARD CR-10S Pro V2 adopts V2.4.1 motherboard independently developed stable performance TMC ultra-quiet drive 256 subdivision for finer printing
DIGITAL HD TOUCH SCREEN HD touch screen and large viewing angles,printing status, functions and parameter setting are clearly displayed,New Friendly UI, easy to use and learn
FILAMENT TUBE AND BONDTECH GEAR EXTRUSION Imported high temperature resistant blue trflom tube ensure great printing texture, Bondtech Gear extrusion Structure has two high-density gear and big extrusion force for smooth feeding
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Last edited by JasonC60239 on Jan 15th, 2021 4:17 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Jan 19, 2007
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Coming Prusa MK3s this thing was the biggest PIA for setting the z-axis and performing the bed leveling. I ended up having to replace the factory included aluminum print bed with the official glass one from creality and replace the firmware with the TinyMachines one which required removing the bottom plate.

Now the prints are turning out great but man what a hassle.
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Apr 13, 2010
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Consider getting a Prusa i3 if you're getting into this price range. Many of its parts are 3D-printable, the design is open source, the software is excellent, prints are amazingly reliable (I bought a heavily used one this year that needed cleaning and minor repair, and haven't had a failed print yet), and it's manufactured in the Czech Republic instead of in a country where it's somehow still OK to use forced labour to pick cotton, in 2020.

They're admittedly more expensive, but if you can afford one, it's worth it.
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Jan 19, 2007
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S1 wrote: Consider getting a Prusa i3 if you're getting into this price range. Many of its parts are 3D-printable, the design is open source, the software is excellent, prints are amazingly reliable (I bought a heavily used one this year that needed cleaning and minor repair, and haven't had a failed print yet), and it's manufactured in the Czech Republic instead of in a country where it's somehow still OK to use forced labour to pick cotton, in 2020.

They're admittedly more expensive, but if you can afford one, it's worth it.
I agree, but, the build volume of the cr10s pro v2 makes it more worthwhile for people looking to print larger items in one go like helmets. I purchased it because I was getting sick of having to epoxy/glue multiple parts together and the finishing it takes to make the seams look invisible.
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kronos288 wrote: I agree, but, the build volume of the cr10s pro v2 makes it more worthwhile for people looking to print larger items in one go like helmets. I purchased it because I was getting sick of having to epoxy/glue multiple parts together and the finishing it takes to make the seams look invisible.
Creality has a kickstarter for their cr-30. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/3d ... dprintmill
Around this price you could also pay a bit more for an infinite z print plane. There's some stretch goal unlocked, but I personally gave up my flash sale spot.
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Apr 13, 2010
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kronos288 wrote: I agree, but, the build volume of the cr10s pro v2 makes it more worthwhile for people looking to print larger items in one go like helmets. I purchased it because I was getting sick of having to epoxy/glue multiple parts together and the finishing it takes to make the seams look invisible.
Yeah, fair enough. For anyone who shares the same political concerns, I don't see any options with the same build volume, but the Crazy3DPrint CZ-300 is 10 cm away at 300 mm³.
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Sep 9, 2020
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Halifax
I don't think CR-30 doing great on Kickstarter so I think I will hold on it. Buying a more mature model is a better solution I guess?
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Sep 27, 2009
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S1 wrote: Consider getting a Prusa i3 if you're getting into this price range. Many of its parts are 3D-printable, the design is open source, the software is excellent, prints are amazingly reliable (I bought a heavily used one this year that needed cleaning and minor repair, and haven't had a failed print yet), and it's manufactured in the Czech Republic instead of in a country where it's somehow still OK to use forced labour to pick cotton, in 2020.

They're admittedly more expensive, but if you can afford one, it's worth it.
Where's the best place to order a prusa from?
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Feb 8, 2011
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i want to buy a big 5 Plus and it has 10% off...do they go higher discount? or 10% is max you ever see...

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