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New Micro Center Customers: Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer EXPIRED

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Micro Center Stores [store locator] offer New Customers: Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer for $199.99 - $100 off in-store text coupon = $99.99 when you follow the steps below. Offer valid in-store only.

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Note: Site may take some time to load or may take a few tries to get the coupon to work.

Offer valid while supplies last:
Steps:
  1. Visit the Sign-up Page here and fill out your info
  2. Fill out the Captcha if needed
  3. Click on the Send My Coupon button
  4. Wait for the page to load, this can take some time
    • Note: If it errors-out, reload the page and try again
  5. Once completed you will get a 'Thank you, your coupon code has been sent.' message on the page
  6. Check your Text Messages and reply Y to the text that was sent
  7. You should receive a link to your Coupon shortly after
    • Coupon is valid through Sept 7th 2021
Product Info:
  • 3.25 Inch LCD Screen with Dial Button
  • Magnetic Removable Build Surface Plate
  • UL Certified Power Supply
  • 220 x 220 x 250mm Print Size

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    • This offer is $200 lower (~66% savings) than the $299.99 list price.
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    • Offer only valid at Micro Center retail locations. Coupon cannot be used with other coupons. No coupons available at the store. Coupon is serialized / one-time use only. Coupon not redeemable for cash. New customers only. Limit one coupon per customer. While supplies last. Coupon valid only for SKU 950725.
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Back in-stock at several locations - YMMV
In-store only - Micro Center [microcenter.com] is offering New Customers: $100 off Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer [microcenter.com] (currently on sale for $199.99) for a final price of $99.99 before taxes. Coupon valid until 9/7/2021 while supplies last.

Steps:
Browse to the Sign-up Page [microcenter.com] and fill out the form
Click 'Send My Coupon' button
You may need to retry several times if you receive errors
When successful you will see a message above the form 'Thank you, your coupon code has been sent.'
Reply Y to the text that was sent to the number provided
A link to the coupon should follow shortly after

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PurpleBoundary6462 asked this question on 08-20-2021 at 08:56 PM
08-21-2021 at 12:27 AM
The aquila is a clone of the Ender 3 V2 moreso than this. Differences include the aquila having silent steppers, more sheet metal and injection molded parts for the build, belt tensioners, and a textured glass plate. I think at $100, this is a deal that I would go for over the Aquila unless the Aquila hit maybe a $140 on sale, which it does rarely but occasionally. FYI I have the aquila as my 3rd FDM printer(Printrbot Simple 2014 -> Custom SmartRapCore -> Aquila)
drpepper84 asked this question on 08-23-2021 at 10:33 AM
08-23-2021 at 10:33 AM
Mine has a 4.2.2 board
erictom asked this question on 08-23-2021 at 10:55 AM
08-23-2021 at 10:55 AM
I just did a chat on their website and the rep said that's not a problem. So I just reserved mine! Even saved the chat log Incase they give me problems. I'll still probably show up at open anyways, you never know!
neil1492 asked this question on 08-23-2021 at 10:56 AM
08-23-2021 at 10:56 AM
The printer and a roll of filament. I would recommend PLA material as it is easy to get started with and is the most "beginner friendly" in terms of results.

Aside from that, you need CAD software if you want to design yourself (TinkerCAD is a free web-based example) or use pre-designed things from places like Thingiverse, and a slicer software (Ultimaker Cura is a free example).

Then you will need time to learn how to design, slice, and print. It's a pretty steep learning curve but youtube is your friend.

I didn't think I would like it that much but I find it extremely rewarding to be able to think of an idea and make it a physical thing (hopefully). If that is something that interests you, this is probably a pretty good buy to make. I have an Ender 3 v2 and may still get in on this
gealguy asked this question on 08-25-2021 at 10:30 AM
08-25-2021 at 10:30 AM
I got one today in Michigan, the website shows out of stock, but they have a lot in the back
PurpleBoundary6462 asked this question on 08-20-2021 at 09:11 PM

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Wow some really nice new customer deals at mc lately. Time for another identity lol
If you're new to 3D printing, just print with the stock printer until you get the hang of it. You don't want to do a bunch of upgrades until you learn the printer - trust me. The guys giving you upgrade advice mean well and gave some decent recommendations, but it is not sound advice to have a newbie start upgrading hardware without knowing how the printer and technology works. Basic upgrades (a glass bed, better bed springs) may be fine as an initial upgrade, but when you start talking about replacing extruders, boards, and even the Bowden tube, you really should have some experience first because even with the Bowden tube, it's easy to screw up.
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In store only or online too?
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Wow some really nice new customer deals at mc lately. Time for another identity lol
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Incredible! I got my for $117 in a previous thread and just set it up today. Very cool printer.
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In store only or online too?
In store only
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This is an awesome deal, but not good enough to get me to drive to Houston.
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Incredible! I got my for $117 in a previous thread and just set it up today. Very cool printer.
Have you tried it yet? Ease of use?
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Have you tried it yet? Ease of use?
I've had mine for a little over a year now. It was a bit frustrating learning how to use it at first but fairly easy once you get the hang of it. I would definitely recommend upgrading to the silent board. The noise difference from the stock to upgraded board is night and day.
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Have you tried it yet? Ease of use?
Yep! very easy to put together (youtube tutorials are great). Works out of the box with minor adjustments (leveling the bed, but super easy). I'm printing a bunch of "upgrades" as we speak.
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Have you tried it yet? Ease of use?
It's easy to use. I'd recommend upgrading to the silent board though since at stock it's quite loud. You could go even further and upgrade the fans as well to something quieter.
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I've had mine for a little over a year now. It was a bit frustrating learning how to use it at first but fairly easy once you get the hang of it. I would definitely recommend upgrading to the silent board. The noise difference from the stock to upgraded board is night and day.
Thanks for the tip. I will order one now. Any other hardware recommendations?
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Thanks for the tip. I will order one now. Any other hardware recommendations?
BL/CR touch for bed leveling. Glass bed if you start having problems with the filament sticking (or you can always use glue sticks). You can buy a kit on Amazon that had some Capricorn Bowden tubing, metal extruder arm and upgraded bed springs.
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Thanks, luckily my wife could get this coupon. We are heading to microcenter tonight before 9pm.
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