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Creality CR-10 3D Printer - LA Warehouse $359.99 shipped with coupon code GBCRUS

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This is for the Creality CR10 3D Printer that has gotten crazy popular over the last year. You can now order it from Gearbest and it will ship from their LA warehouse for $359.99 with the code GBCRUS

I would recommend checking out from a desktop computer vs mobile device

https://www.gearbest.com/3d-print...d=11790823

Printer comes almost completely assembled and is easy to put together. Great printer for beginners and has a huge build volume and great quality prints.
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Last Edited by QuestorJones November 11, 2017 at 11:23 PM
Important: Use code 1111CR10 instead to get the price down to $339
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I bought this printer and love it. you won't regret it, my first one
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Creality CR-10 vs Tevo Tornado? Tornado is $30 cheaper right now.
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Does this require alot of printer upgrades/mods to make it optimal (or safe, lol) ?

Specifically:
1) Does it need a MOSFET mod to prevent it from burning down the house?
2) Is the hot-end all metal?

I don't mind the idea of printing mods to make it better, but I find the whole idea of having to buy better hardware a bit off putting on some of the cheaper printers (Anet, Monoprice, etc). Just curious if the CR-10 is better out of the gate hardware wise due to the higher price? (or is the extra money really just for a bigger printer area)

Sorry if these are dumb questions, I am admittedly a total 3D noob... I just always hear how great a printer is "after you upgrade X, Y, Z, etc" and was wondering if this falls into that same category.
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This is not going to burn down the house. The hot-end is all metal. The CR-10 is the best printer at it's price point. You don't even have to mod it, it's pretty much good to go out of the box.
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I bought one at this price last week. Best printer there is at this price point. The build area is huge and it is a pretty quiet printer too.
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Meh....average price.

Buy with discover and PP when it drops around BF
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I already have a Maker Select V2.1 (which I've been happy with), but if I were buying one today, i'd probably get the CR-10. That is, at least, if I didn't make the leap to a Prusa or something higher-end.

The coupon code actually raises the price from 359.11 to 359.99 for me.
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it is a best printer.i used it
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I have 3 printers now and this is my go to printer.
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I bought one at this price last week. Best printer there is at this price point. The build area is huge and it is a pretty quiet printer too.
Actually, the most common "Con" sited in the reviews at gearbest (even the positive ones), is that the printer fans are a bit loud. But perhaps they resolved the issue on more recent models.
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This is not going to burn down the house. The hot-end is all metal. The CR-10 is the best printer at it's price point. You don't even have to mod it, it's pretty much good to go out of the box.
Ah.... hows does having a all metal hotend keep any printer from being a fire hazard? It doesn't.
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Ah.... hows does having a all metal hotend keep any printer from being a fire hazard? It doesn't.
Never had an issue with mine. If you don't want to buy it, then get the fark out of this thread instead of crapping.
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Just getting into this space - thoughts on this printer vs Monoprice maker select v2?
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