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Creality3D Ender-3 - Banggood
The infamous Ender 3 has become the new standard in quality FDM printing with a price that is easy to swallow.
It features V-Slot bearings, fast printing, and large build volume (220x220x250mm). The Ender-3 is suitable for beginers and the go-to machine for pros.
$9.99 off with code: En33D02
Creality 3D Ender-3 with glass bed + 5x nozzles - Gearbest
The Ender-3 with a tempered glass build plate and 5x 0.4mm nozzles.
Creality3D Ender-3 Pro - Banggood
This is the Ender-3 with a few upgrades including more ridgid 40x40 Y-Axises and removable cMagnetic platform.
$14 off with code: En3P01
Creality3D Ender-5 - Banggood
The newest member of the Ender series. A large build volume of 220x220x300mm, a box frame, (power) resume printing function, detachable Cmagnetic build plate, east leveling and 350W Landy power supply.
$20 off with code:en3d501
Creality 3D CR-X - Banggood
Color touch screen, larger printing size (300x300x400mm), dual extrusion system with a single nozzle and three fans to help cool extruded filament and improve consistency in layering.
$50 off with code:en3d501
Creality 3D LD-001 Desktop - Banggood
Desktop LCD Light-curing 3D Printer, 120x70x120mm, 3.5" color touch screen, WiFi and automatic leveling
$30 off with code:LD3D01
3D Printer Accessories
Upgraded Long-Distance Remote Metal Extruder Kit For Creality CR-10 3D Printer - Banggood
Replace your plastic Creality 3D extruder with this Metal Aluminium Anodised kit to improve performance and print quality. It has 5 star rating from more than 200 reviews of this product.
Creality 3D BL-Touch Heated Bed Auto Bed Leveling Sensor Kit (upgraded version) - Banggood
No more dorking around with trying to level your build plate when you install this unit.
$7 off with code: crmb01
BIQU TL-Smoothers Addon Module For 3D Printer Motor Drivers - Banggood
While protect your motors and electronics while delivering smoother movement with less vibration for better quality prints.
Creality 3D Flexible Magnetic Build Plate - Banggood
Say goodbye to prints jobs that stick to the build plate. Throw your scraper away with this upgrade.
$2.41 off with code: crbs3D01
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I'm having issue with one of my 3D printers at work, 2 of them seem to be printing fine, few issues here and there when starting out but generally ok but one just prints horriblely at the back. the front looks beautiful but the back is all messed up (images shown are before I leveled the bed).
I've level the bed over and over, the spacer and user made leveling prints etc. and they seem to be ok but when i do anything with volume like benchy/boat ihe back comes out horrible.
I'm still very new to 3d printing and I know I have away to go but atm I'm the only one close to be an "expert" at the school I work at.
my Ender makes somethinge strange.
AUTO HOME works great without Problems.
But if i use CHANGE FILAMENT from the menu, the bed is crashing in the endswitch at the back and causing strange beltnoises.
Any idea why the endsiwtch only works in AUTO HOME correct?
Hi. I just got a v2 for my E3, and installation went fine, it starts up with the installed Marlin 1.0.1, but that's where i'm stuck. My only means of putting a .bin on an SD is using my phone, then placing that SD card in the v2.
After inserted then printer turned on, it just starts as usual with the already loaded software. At this point, if i pop the SD in and out, it registers inserted or removed, but i get "No TF Card."
If quicker/easier, updating the Firmware via USB is fine, too, i'm just not technical, eager to get back to printing. :) I've tried three different SD cards, no luck.
Thank You for any help.
I just noticed some horizontal pattern on all my recent prints. It's a x axis pattern and raise up when the part get taller(photo attached).
The two faces in the photo faced to the front and back of the printer. So I guess it's related to X and Z axis? But not sure what I should start. I will print a calibration cube later today when I got home.