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15-07-2020, 14:13   #1
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Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer DIY Kit (220 x 220 x 250mm Printing Size) for €176.48

https://www.tomtop.com/p-os1622eu.ht...=DE&aid=tt&cr=

Good price for the Ender 3 Pro, if you are into this sort of thing. Delivered from Germany so will be quick and no hidden taxes, all you'll pay is the €176.48 when using the code TTC3D.

Probably good to know that TomTop don't pay for return shipping, but PayPal will.

This is from the site:

1. The shipping fee for sending the phone back to us will be paid by customers except for DOA (damaged on arrival) situations. 2. During the return shipping, the customer is responsible for any and all customs charges, excise duties or tariffs during the item return to China. In these cases we will deduct the customs fees from your authorised refund amount.So as it is coming from Germany, there will be no customs charges, and if you buy it using PayPal, you can get up to £15 off the return delivery fee paid for. "Features
• Creality Ender 3 Pro is a DIY kit, with 12 installation steps, easy to assemble, multiple tools to choose from, let users experience more printing fun.
• Extruder was updated to a more advanced version: MK10, this change will “greatly reduce the risk of clogging and uneven extrusion”.
• The Nozzle of Creality Ender 3 Pro max temperature up to 255℃, hotbed max temperature up to 110℃, hotbed can reach 110℃ in about 5 minutes, that can meet the need of rapid heating and printing.
• Creality Ender 3 Pro adopts a new type of soft magnetic sticker, which makes it easier to remove the model and solve the problem of warped printing edges.
• CNC machining the y-axis mounting groove requires only a few steps to accurately position, and the structure is more stable.
• The printed model is of good quality, the size of the print is large enough, and the quality of Creality Ender 3 Pro is also very good.
• Safely protect the power supply, resume printing function, and resume printing after power is restored.
• The maximum printing size is 220*220*250mm / 8.6x8.6x9.8 inches.
• Creality Ender 3 Pro supports various 1.75mm printing filaments, such as PLA, ABS, Wood, TPU, gradient color, carbon fiber, etc.
• Creality Ender 3 Pro supports Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10, MAC, Linux operating system.
• With the free white filament material, the first printing test can be completed in a few minutes, the printed result is also good.
• The Creality Ender 3 Pro can print any models you can think of, and it can also print masks and goggles for your family."

Specifications
Model: Ender-3 Pro
Plug: US/EU/UK/AU(optional)
Frame Material: Aluminum Profile
Power Input: 110/240V, 50/60Hz
Power Output: DC 24V 270W
Printing Method: FDM(Fused Deposition Molding)
Printing Size: 220*220*250mm
Printing Speed: ≤180mm/s,Normal 30-60mm/s
Precision:±0.1mm
Layer Thickness: 0.1-0.4mm
Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
Nozzle Number: 1
Heatbed Temperature: ≤110℃
Working Mode: Online or Offline
File Format: STL,obj,amf
Slice Software: Cura, Repetier-Host, Simplify3D
Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10, MAC, Linux
Filament: PLA,ABS,Wood,TPU,Gradient color,Carbon fiber,etc
Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
Item Size: 44.0 * 44.0 * 46.5cm / 17.3 * 17.3 * 18.3in
Item Weight: 6.9kg / 15.2lb
Package Size: 59.5 * 49.5 * 16.5cm / 23.4 * 19.5 * 6.5in
Package Weight: 8.9kg / 19.6lb

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15-07-2020, 16:08   #2
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Someone tell me why i need this
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Man, i dont need it but I want a 3d printer...

i need to try talk myself out of this...
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Man, i dont need it but I want a 3d printer...

i need to try talk myself out of this...
Ah you do tho buddy
I'll even lend ya some filament
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Ah you do tho buddy
I'll even lend ya some filament
Not helping man... ha ha
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I have an ender 3 pro and I love it. It works great.

3d printing is not like a regular printer though, be prepared for a lot of figuring out and tinkering to get it working well. There are loads of model for prints available on thingiverse, but creating your own designs are really where 3d printing shines.
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3d printing is not like a regular printer though, be prepared for a lot of figuring out and tinkering to get it working well.
100% this.
Dialling and getting up and printing is totally worth it though.

Between Thingiverse and all3dp aswell making your own bits and designs in blender, aswell as my kid using our printer for portions of his LC art projects it is a very handy and versatile piece of kit.

But...

They take a lot of work, a lot of fiddling and if you change filament type be prepared to start fiddling and refining all over again
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Can I make this with it?
https://m.imgur.com/gallery/NpHxGsk
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For anyone on the fence.

I bought an Ender 3 at the start of lockdown and it was some of the best money I've ever spent. Incredible value.

Kept me sane locked up at home.

As others have said, its not "set and forget". There is tweaking. But that's part of the fun.
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Just bought this, thanks OP. Actually not sure why I bought it
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This was posted on HUKD and did not get much heat ? Am i missing anything ?
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Question about ThingVerse. When you find something you want to print, can you resize it?

ie. If something on ThingVerse measured 10 x 20, would it be easy to resize it so it's half the size, 5 x 10?
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This was posted on HUKD and did not get much heat ? Am i missing anything ?
Looking at some youtube videos regarding review, some prices mentioned appeared to be around 200-250 dollars (I didn't pay too much attention to the exact figures). Maybe that could be it, that it wasn't that big of a reduction..


I'm tempted myself to try it.. ahh decisions decisions
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Question about ThingVerse. When you find something you want to print, can you resize it?

ie. If something on ThingVerse measured 10 x 20, would it be easy to resize it so it's half the size, 5 x 10?
Yeah most slicers will allow you scale your print down, you can even scale down one axis at a time
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