Creality has some great new 3D printers ready for 2022, including the Ender 7 (a top-down 3D printer), and one laser engraver.
- 0:27 Halot Sky 3D Resin printer
- 1:07 Ender 3 s1 Printer
- 1:31 CR-30 3D Print Mill
- 2:43 Ender 7
- 3:35 CR-6se Printer
- 4:23 CV-01 Engraver
- 5:13 CR-10 Smart Pro
CR-30 Print Mill
This is a perfect 3D printer when you want to mass produce product. The conveyer belt pushes the print forward, falling off the belt as the future prints progress. To keep the hot end from causing issues, it prints at a 45 degree angle.
The CR-30 will print objects 7.87″ long x 6.69″ high. Length can be somewhat infinate as the belt moves forward.
The Print Mill is around $1,000
This printer’s Z-index is for the print bed, not the nozzle. This top-down approach will shield the bed from any temperature anomalies, giving it a solid base to print on .
The bed can accommodate prints 250x250x300 cm (9x9x11 inches). It uses PLA, ABS and PETG filaments.
Ender 7 starts at $720
CR-10 Smart Pro
This printer is fully stocked and network connected. 300 x300 x 400 mm print area, with BL Touch for bed leveling, and dual Z-axis bar.
The CR-10 also takes the Creality smart webcam that connects to the USB port.
You can get the CR-10 starting at $499
With an output of 1.6W, the CV-01 can engrave a 170 mm x 200mm area. Engrave into paper, wood, leather, fabric, and plastic (no mention of aluminum or other metals).
You can place the CV-01 on most surfaces, and when you place your item to be engraved, the device will scan the surface before carving. The eye guard plate provides protection, but you should use eye protection and gloves while using this item.
The Ender CV-01 starts at $259
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We look at some of the other 3D printers Creality has to offer. For more information, check out Creality.com