Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer with Glass Plate, Upgrade Cmagnet Build Surface Plate and UL Certified Meanwell Power Supply Build Volume 220x220x250mm

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3 thoughts on “Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer with Glass Plate, Upgrade Cmagnet Build Surface Plate and UL Certified Meanwell Power Supply Build Volume 220x220x250mm”

  1. Good printer, great customer service As of the time of this review this is definitely the best printer you can get at this price and the build quality is very impressive. No cheap plastic junk parts anywhere to be seen.That being said, this is definitely hobby realm. Don’t plan on just plugging this in like an HP laserjet and clicking print (same can be said of most kit type 3d printers). It will take some learning and tweaking if you are new to this.The printer is a kit that is roughly half built…

  2. The devil is in the details. Non-adjustable, non-upgradable stepper motor pulleys!!! First, I would like to say that, overall, the Creality Ender 3 Pro is an excellent 3d printer.My issue lies with the version sold by Comgrow, which contains stepper motors with permanent non-adjustable motor pulleys.Kits from other sellers contain adjustable stepper motor pulleys. Interestingly, all the Youtube stepper motor upgrade videos for Ender 3 also show printer kits with adjustable stepper motor pulleys. It seems only Comgrow’s kits contain the non-adjustable…

  3. Fantastic printer for the price ! Im a total noob at 3D printing, and it took about an 1hr 30 to assemble the printer and another 30 min or so to level the bed. I followed the instructions provided, and didn’t have much issues putting it together. The printer did have a bit of wobble at first, but that was fixed by loosening the pre assembled bottom fram a little, making sure it was flat, and retightening the screws.Leveling the bed took a bit of time, but once u get the hang of it, its not that hard.My…

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