Creality CR-10-S4

3D Printer with Large Volume - 400x400x400mm

This item is no longer being offered by the manufacturer
  • Large Space for a Variety of Projects
  • Speedy Construction
  • Filament Sensor

Similar products:

Creality Ender 3 V2
Creality Ender 3 Pro
Creality CR-6 SE

Product information & technical details

Product types: 3D Printers
Assembly: Assembly kit
Printing Technology: FFF - FDM - LPD
Printer Display: LCD Display
Supported operating systems: Windows (7+), Mac OS X (10.7+), Linux (Ubuntu 12.04+)
Number of extruders: Single
Interfaces: USB - Connection, SD card
Supported Formats (Slicer): STL, OBJ
Heated building board: Yes
Nozzle Diameter: 0,4 mm
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm
Building platform : 400 x 400 x 400 mm

Description

The Creality CR-10-S4 is a further development on the CR-10 and has an LCD screen and an SD card reader for easier operation. The 3D printer is compatible with Cura, Simplify3D and Repetier Host software.,

The standard size of the nozzle is 0.4mm. Creality offers a free additional nozzle with 0.3mm.

The 3D printer is mounted semi-finished. All you have to do is assemble the frame and cables. There is no soldering required.

Special features of the Creality CR-10-S4:

  • Filament Monitor: If there is no more filament, the printer alerts and stops, so that filament can be reloaded.
  • Dual Z axis motors & screws
  • High printing accuracy
  • Patent technology of the V-groove bearing for the axles
  • Simple design
  • Heating bed (recommended maximum temperature of 60 ° C)
  • Patented MK10 extruder for a more stable performance
  • Industrial PCB for more than 200 hours non-stop printing

More information

The device is delivered with an EU plug.

Accessories

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