- 9 top features
- Meanwell power supply
- Novel extruder
- Filament sensor
Product information & technical details
|Product types:||3D Printers|
|Printing Technology:||FFF - FDM - LPD|
|Printer Display:||Touch Display|
|Supported operating systems:||Windows (7+), Mac OS X (10.7+), Linux (Ubuntu 12.04+)|
|Number of extruders:||Single|
|Supported Formats (Slicer):||STL|
|Heated building board:||Yes|
|Nozzle Diameter:||0,4 mm|
|Filament Diameter:||1,75 mm|
|Building platform :||300 x 300 x 400 mm|
Creality attaches great importance to nine top features of the Creality CR-10S Pro.
1. Matrix levelling
The CR-10S Pro has a proximity sensor that allows the printer to automatically detect the bed and assist in reading a dot matrix over the bed for bed levelling.
2. V2.4.1 motherboard
The CR-10S Pro has an updated version of the motherboard. This increases the stability and reliability of the printer performance.
3. Capricorn Teflon tubes
The CR-10S Pro features the Bowden extruder assembly of the CR-10S and features Capricorn Teflon tubing - the best option for filament delivery.
A new long-life touch screen unit and a simplified user interface on the CR-10S Pro.
5.) Resume printing function
The CR-10S Pro can pick up the print where it left off after a power outage.
6.) Filament sensor
As with the CR-10S, the CR-10S Pro features filament detection - a welcome feature for long, intensive filament-eating prints.
7.) Double gear extruder
One of the hardware upgrades is the double gear feed in the extruder.
8.) Fast heating up from the printing bed
The heated bed of the CR-10S Pro can be heated to a maximum of 110 degrees Celsius in 5 minutes.
9.) Reliable power supply
The CR-10S Pro has a Mean Well power supply, a reputed brand known for the reliability and security of its PSUs.
The device is delivered with EU plug.
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