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Creality CR-10Smart 3D Printer

$649.00
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Creality CR-10Smart 3D Printer.

7 Main Features:

  • Built-in WIFI function: Remote control printing anytime, anywhere.
  • More Intelligence.
  • Ultra-silent Design: 32 Bit Silent Board and Silent Fan Design.
  • Intelligent Auto-leveling: V2.0 Auto leveling, same as CR-6 SE. 
  • Screen Protection & Auto-shutdown.
  • Safe and worry-free; save energy and power.
  • 6-steps to assemble; 8 minutes to complete; easy to assemble.

Product Parameters:

  • Printing size: 300*300*400mm
  • Print Mode: SD Card or WiFi
  • 4.3 inch touch screen
  • Bowden extruder/hotend
  • Support rods
  • Ultra Quiet Stepper Drivers
  • Dual port cooling fans
  • Carborundum glass platform
  • Resume printing after power failure
  • Filament Sensor
  • Aluminum extrusion construction
  • V-Slot wheels
  • Dual z-axis lead screws with synchronizing belt
  • Nozzle diameter: 0.4mm
  • Filament diameter 1.75mm
  • Max Nozzle Temperature:260℃
  • Max Hot bed Temperature:<100℃
  • Accuracy 0.05-0.4mm (adjustable)
  • Printer Size: 578 x 522 x 648mm
  • Package weight:17.5kg
  • Canadian certified 24V, 350W Power supply Input 110-240V; 50/60Hz
  • 200g PLA filament
  • Basic Tools

Creality CR-10Smart parts and upgrades available here.

Buy a Creality CR-10Smart 3D Printer from #Spool3D online in Canada without the surprise cost of the exchange rate!

SKU: CREALITY-CR10-SMART

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5 out of 5 (based on 1 rating)
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Pretty good printer

5/5
I purchased this printer for the auto-levelling as I have a CR-6SE with the same ability. Two things about this printer: you need to remove all of the screws on the bottom to remove the base plate so you can switch the voltage. This information is nowhere in any of the documentation! Thank you to the Spool3d gents who figured this out for us. I am also having issues with the control box which likes to freeze up. The only way to resolve that is to turn the printer off and then on again. It's intermittent at this point so more of annoyance than anything else.
Posted by Michele, August 31, 2021