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Last Edited by carlfxy August 30, 2017 at 10:13 AM
Ordered Yesterday (Paypal express), Shipped Today !! so they getting orders out quick !!
So received mine today the 30th, ordered on the 17th so pretty fast shipping 9 business days, 13 days including weekends Coupon expires tomorrow i believe

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I been waiting for this printer to go down in price and from what I been seeing this is a great price for an great 3d printer. Not sure why there isn't any comments.. make me want to hold off or see what else everyone else is buying.
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If you read around a lot of people say great things about this printer. Solid buy at < $400 for a big build volume and supposedly doesn't need much tweaking out of the box.
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If you read around a lot of people say great things about this printer. Solid buy at < $400 for a big build volume and supposedly doesn't need much tweaking out of the box.
I'd take linear rods and ball screws any day over rollers and belts. Rods are more rigid, and rigidity leads to better print quality.
Seems to be a decent design, but even the monoprice printers are built VERY well ( now anyways) and even come in a little cheaper. Also they're pre built.
8x8x8 is large enough for most people for build volume. For $400 you can get 15x15x15" build volume printer "kits" or even a folgertech cloner with dual extrusion which is a great design
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I have this printer. There is a great FB group and following that make it even better. You can get from Hictop in the US on eBay or Amazon. It is the creality with a hictop sticker and a few extra goodies in the box. Do this and avoid mine and many other gearbest issues.

My only problem here is gearbest. Ordered a different 3d printer kit and the shipment changed course and is showing delivered in another state. The package literally back tracked. Really makes me wonder after all of the other shipping horrors I've read, but I still gave them a chance. Not looking good at this point.
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Gear best support is of no help. It is the sellers responsibility to deliver an ordered product. They have not, and want me to check with my neighbors when I showed them the tracking info says delivered in Dallas, Texas and I live in PA.

Then they said it was my fault because of address entered. My order email clearly shows I entered the correct address.

If I didn't change the address, that only leaves one other party that has the ability to do so.
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I'd take linear rods and ball screws any day over rollers and belts. Rods are more rigid, and rigidity leads to better print quality.
Seems to be a decent design, but even the monoprice printers are built VERY well ( now anyways) and even come in a little cheaper. Also they're pre built.
8x8x8 is large enough for most people for build volume. For $400 you can get 15x15x15" build volume printer "kits" or even a folgertech cloner with dual extrusion which is a great design
I'm ordering this one to repair the x-motor mounts on my rod / ball screw anet a8. I was happy did all the upgrades, mosfets, bed leveling sensor and it was solid and looked great, i'd done over 100hours in prints, then I go check and both motor mounts had shattered, and it was still trying to print itself into the print ... omg ... i was like ... omg ... almost picked up another a8, but seriously an a8 is a deathtrap. I've had the grub screw (delivered stripped) fall out and the heater fall out, the thermistor fall out and cause it to melt hot end ... etc all in 100hours of printing ... im like wth

Still i got some amazing prints out of the a8, hopefully I will have two printers up and running shortly.
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lol just ordered from banggood for $413.99 consideringf the issues some have had with grearbest upcharging etc ill stick with banggood [banggood.com]
I cancelled by banggood order, and ordered from gearbest ... fingers crossed ...lol, used paypal for some protection.
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Damn, just paid about $30 more than this a few weeks ago. Gearbest sat on the order for two weeks until I sent an e-mail to them, and then it shipped less than a day later.
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I'd take linear rods and ball screws any day over rollers and belts. Rods are more rigid, and rigidity leads to better print quality.
Seems to be a decent design, but even the monoprice printers are built VERY well ( now anyways) and even come in a little cheaper. Also they're pre built.
8x8x8 is large enough for most people for build volume. For $400 you can get 15x15x15" build volume printer "kits" or even a folgertech cloner with dual extrusion which is a great design
I have "Monoprice" printers. By the way, until the recent Delta, there were no "Monoprice" printers. They just sold them. They didn't make them. I don't think they make the Delta either. They may have contracted another company to make it for them. If you've played with the Delta, it's pretty clear who that other company is.

Regardless, "Monoprice" printers aren't built "VERY well". They are built well enough for cheap printers which is exactly what they are.

If "Monoprice" printers are "pre built" then so is the CR10. Since the Maker Select needs about the same amount of assembling as the CR10.

Yes, I'm not a fan of rollers either. I don't even like the linear rods that you speak so well of. For me, it's linear guides or bust. But for a printer with rollers and as "sloppy" as the CR10 seems to feel to the touch, it sure somehow manages to print really well.
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lol just ordered from banggood for $413.99 consideringf the issues some have had with grearbest upcharging etc ill stick with banggood [banggood.com]
I also ordered one from Banggood on August 3rd. I found the coupon code BGAFF7 that brought the final price down to $398.89 - including shipping. It was originally back-ordered. When it did ship, it was sent from a warehouse in Rancho Cucamonga California, and arrived at my door in Los Angeles 2 days later (August 15th via FedEx).

I haven't set it up yet, that's my weekend project. If there are any issues with the printer I received, I'll update my post.
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Damn, just paid about $30 more than this a few weeks ago. Gearbest sat on the order for two weeks until I sent an e-mail to them, and then it shipped less than a day later.
No need to have ever had done that. Even the price in this thread isn't all that good. There's almost a continual posting of referrer links that bring it to this price or less. Just check the 3D printing groups.
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I been waiting for this printer to go down in price and from what I been seeing this is a great price for an great 3d printer. Not sure why there isn't any comments.. make me want to hold off or see what else everyone else is buying.
I bought one but am quickly realizing that GearBest is pretty crappy in the customer service dept. A day after placing my order (and taking my money) they messaged me to say they were out of stock and that it would be a longer wait. I've heard that they will also try to increase the shipping fee once you've placed your order. I'm hoping I get mine processes because refunding takes up to 15 days to get your money back.
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