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Creality 10 3D Large Size Desktop DIY Printer LCD Screen Display with SD Card Off-line Printing Function - $357.96

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Lightinthebox [lightinthebox.com] has CR - 10 3D Large Size Desktop DIY Printer LCD Screen Display with SD Card Off-line Printing Function for $357.96. Use code CR10. This ships from their US Warehouse.

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Another one to consider is the Tronxy X5S [gearbest.com] which is CoreXY at the same price and a bit bigger build volume.
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Another one to consider is the Tronxy X5S [gearbest.com] which is CoreXY at the same price and a bit bigger build volume.
That's a kit versus the CR10 which is prebuilt. A few bolts and a few minutes and the CR10 is up and going. A wee bit longer for the Tronxy.
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Light In the Box [lightinthebox.com]: CR-10 3D Desktop DIY Printern for $357.96 w/code CR10 + free local shipping
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man i just bought mine
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I've never had a 3D printer but always wanted to get into em. What can one do with this, how hard is it to use, and what do you guys do with yours?
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I've never had a 3D printer but always wanted to get into em. What can one do with this, how hard is it to use, and what do you guys do with yours?
I've been researching 3d printers for a little while, but haven't yet pulled the trigger. As far as uses, check out thingiverse.com to see all the kings of things you can download for printing.

The creality has a larger print bed then most, allowing you to print large items all at once rather than splitting then into smaller pieces and gluing together later.

From what I've seen, there is a fair amount of tinkering required to get the printer set up for optimal printing, but once you've done the work you can potentially get great prints. There is a very active cr-10 facebook community that provides a lot of good info and help.
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I've never had a 3D printer but always wanted to get into em. What can one do with this, how hard is it to use, and what do you guys do with yours?
I have this printer, it's a good 3D printer for the money. Comes mostly assembled. Word of warning, there's a lot more to 3d printing than meets the eye. There is a learning curve which is more easily navigated if you are mechanically inclined and have the time to play with it. There are lots of free model sites online but knowing how to make your own models with CAD (Solid Works, Fusion 360) is much more interesting and useful than downloading other peoples creations. I'm mechanically inclined and know Solid Works but don't have as much time as I'd like to use my printer so it sits collecting dust most of the time. Mad
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Another one to consider is the Tronxy X5S [gearbest.com] which is CoreXY at the same price and a bit bigger build volume.
Don't consider it. The CR10 is by far the better printer. Many issues with the X5S so unless you're experienced and willing to make a bit of modifications, it won't be very good.
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I've never had a 3D printer but always wanted to get into em. What can one do with this, how hard is it to use, and what do you guys do with yours?
If you aren't looking to print helmets or basketballs. and all you want is a printer that prints and not a printer to tinker with, get a Cetus. Other than attaching the hotend, it's ready to rock right out of the box. As for adjustments, what adjustments? There aren't any. It's just prints like an angel right out of the box. For the quality of the components and thus the quality of it's prints, there's nothing that touches it at it's price point.

There are a ton of glowing reviews of it. Here's a succinct one of why it's a bargain for the price.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5Wjyyeuzks
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Might want to change the title, I thought this was the larger area CR10. Also keep in mind the CR10S is also out so it has some features that might be worth the extra price. It has an updated mainboard, as well as dual-z and filament runout sensor.

Either way great hobby, this was my first printer and I've learned so much in about 2 months. Spent almost $300 on upgrades and pretty happy with what I have now.
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If you aren't looking to print helmets or basketballs. and all you want is a printer that prints and not a printer to tinker with, get a Cetus
really? I'm looking at their website and it's $200. Why don't I own one already?
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really? I'm looking at their website and it's $200. Why don't I own one already?
It's $299. $199 was the KS price. If you are just looking for a high quality printer that just works, I can't think of a better FDM printer right now regardless of price.
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Wish this was the CR10S at this price.
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