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Creality.com has Creality CR-10 Smart 3D Printer for $499 - $100 (automatically applied during checkout) - $100 w/ discount code SMT100 = $299. Shipping is free.

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  3. Apply discount code SMT100
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Creality3DOfficial [creality3dofficial.com] has CR-10 Smart 3D Printer on sale for $299 with FREE shipping! Select your U.S. state and click check out, the Pre-Black Friday Deal $100 off is automatically applied ($499 -> $399). Then apply $100 off discount code: SMT100 [creality3dofficial.com] at checkout ($399 -> $299). If you bundle with PLA filament get extra 10% off.

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People saying CR-10s are bad printers have no idea what they're talking about or are Prusa shills. You'll get great print quality from a CR-10 out of the box.

Prusas are very expensive for hobbyists and aren't free from problems. Look up 3d printing forums. You'll see that, yes most prusas are good, but you'll also read about CR-10s reputation for good quality. Plus if you get the lower tier Prusa $800 model, you'll spend 8-12 hrs assembling it. CR-10 takes maybe 20 minutes. Not to mention the comparably tiny build volume of the Prusa compared to this.
If you don't have for tinkering? Then 3d printing won't be for you! You WILL spend countless hours printing, watching that print fail, looking up WHY the print failed, fixing YOUR mistake, resetting printer, start printing and wait until it almost finish for it to FAIL AGAIN. The repeat until you have THAT model 100% done.

Then you THINK you have all the knowledge you need to print everything from here on out pefectly, you WILL BE WRONG about that. i've been FDM printing for 7 years. I've had 3 printers in that time and i just got into MSLA (resin) printing and i'm STILL tinkerin and failing with prints.

it's a constant learning process. The curve keeps on going.
New to 3D printing. Is this good for a beginner?

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New to 3D printing. Is this good for a beginner?
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trying to find the print volume....website does not state
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trying to find the print volume....website does not state
300x300. The YouTube video on the site has it.
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Legit deal here!!!
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Same, beginner is here. Is this any good for gentle introduction to 3D printing? Don't have extra time for tinkering.
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This is huge. Any comment in this vs Ender 5? I read a review that the ender 5 allows a few more filaments, but that the CR10 is pretty easily upgradable. Do they both have similar print quality when using the same filament?
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I added a roll of filament, but no 10% off. ow do you get the 10% extra
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Same, beginner is here. Is this any good for gentle introduction to 3D printing? Don't have extra time for tinkering.
Its good for a beginner in the sense of you'll be doing a lot of tinkering and maintenance. So in return these machines are good to learn troubleshooting. These print as good as the more expensive ones but they wear out quickly and the print quality drops pretty fast. Hence the maintenance is required. I'm like you and don't want to tinker with it all the time. If I had to do it all over again I would save up and buy a prusa. These printers are great though but im just too old to keep them maintained. They print great but after about 2 spools of pla they need some adjusting
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This is huge. Any comment in this vs Ender 5? I read a review that the ender 5 allows a few more filaments, but that the CR10 is pretty easily upgradable. Do they both have similar print quality when using the same filament?
The above person is correct, you'll be doing tinkering and maintenance constantly on these, but they are highly customizable and replacement parts/upgrades are cheap and generally available for Ender models.

Edit: my reply quoted the wrong person but I'm on mobile and it's a pain - apologies
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Same, beginner is here. Is this any good for gentle introduction to 3D printing? Don't have extra time for tinkering.
This is just a cr-10v2 with abl, and wifi built in. Manual leveling is going to be a nightmare because it doesn't have bed level knobs. I would recommend the ender 3v2 or opting for ender cr-10v3 for the direct drive extruder.
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Almost pulled the trigger bit have read many reviews and coming from multiple enders this is a downgrade from a cr 10s.
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People saying CR-10s are bad printers have no idea what they're talking about or are Prusa shills. You'll get great print quality from a CR-10 out of the box.

Prusas are very expensive for hobbyists and aren't free from problems. Look up 3d printing forums. You'll see that, yes most prusas are good, but you'll also read about CR-10s reputation for good quality. Plus if you get the lower tier Prusa $800 model, you'll spend 8-12 hrs assembling it. CR-10 takes maybe 20 minutes. Not to mention the comparably tiny build volume of the Prusa compared to this.
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