Creality 3D CR-10S 3D Printer

Creality 3D CR-10S 3D Printer
Price: $549.00
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This is the CR-10S 3D Printer from Creality3D.


  • Large 300 x 300 x 400mm build volume
  • Rigid extruded aluminum frame
  • Dual Screw Rods
  • Aluminum print table ensures stable printing
  • Flexible Print Surface for easy parts removal
  • Large leveling wheels for convenient bed leveling
  • Supported Slicer Software: Cura, Repetier-Host , Simplify3D
  • Supports off-line printing through SD card  and direct print via USB
  • Industrial-grade construction allows for 200 hours of continuous printing
  • Resume print in the event of a power failure or loss of filament
  • High quality Meanwell 12V 270W power supply
  • High quality timing belts
  • Patented Linear pulley system
  • 3rd Party material compatibility
  • Quick and Easy assembly
Technology: FDM (Fused Deposition Molding)
Interface: LCD Display and USB
File Format: STL,obj ,Amf
Working mode: Online or SD card offline
Slice Thickness: 0.05mm - 0.4mm
Precision: ±0.1mm
Print area: 300 x 300 x 400 mm
Max. bed temp: =100°C
Extruder: MK10
Nozzle size:  0.4mm, optional 0.2 and 0.3mm
Nozzle temperature: below 250 Deg.C in a normal state, max. 270 Deg.C
Print speed: Normal 60mm/s Max 150mm/s
Motherboard: Creality3d V2.1 Firmware upgradable
Printer size: 550 x 400 x 650mm
Boxed size: 650 x 550x 350mm
Printer weight: 9kg
Power input: 120 - 220V AC 50/60HZ

Package Includes:

  • (1) Creality CR-10S Printer
  • (1) USB Cable
  • (1) Power Cable
  • (1) Blade for removing printed parts
  • (1) SD card and reader
  • (1) Filament Spool Rack
  • (1) Diagonal Pliers
  • (1) Spare nozzle
  • (1) 200g roll of filament
  • Allen wrenches and screw driver
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Mar 11 2020 (9 months ago)
Creality 3D CR-10S 3D Printer
This printer is easy to use and works pretty good right out of the box.. Do watch some setup videos on you tube as things do get tweaked a bit in shipping. I like the fact that it was assembled and tested and you can see evidence of that when you get it. The first upgrade you will want to do is to get the stepper motor isolaters installed on the x and y axis motors, these will make printing a lot quieter.. a LOT quieter.. the only noise i have now is the fans the rest is around 30db and I will probably get better fans later. So far I have gone through 3 rolls of filament with few issues. Most issues were my fault, i either didn't have the supports correct or i was too aggressive with the print settings. Now i am confident that i can print 95% of the time with no issues. Clean the print surface, use something to help adhesion (i use glue sticks), level the bed regularly (I check every 5 prints or after a large print) and you should have no issues. Don't let software and setup scare you away from 3d printing, you will be well on your way in an after noon with some help from you tube and maybe a face book group..
Verified Owner
Saturday, Oct 12 2019 (about a year ago)
Creality 3D CR-10S 3D Printer
My first 3D printer. Hardest part was leveling the bed. Tried leveling using the paper under the nozzle trick. That worked ok. Actually was better to level the bed while it was printing, used the tree supports in Cura as a guide to level while printing a figurine.

Over all a good printer, but better with upgrades. Have had the printer for just over a month now. I have run a little over .5Kg of PLA filament through it so far.

Software Upgrades installed:
Downloaded latest version of Cura from Web, version on SD card was old
Downloaded CHEPs Magic Cura profiles for better print quality
Flashed the CR-10s firmware to Marlin 1.8, because the stock firmware did not have temperature run-away detection enabled.

Hardware Upgrades installed:
Z-Axis support rods
Stepper motor dampeners on X and Y axis
Raspberry Pi3 with OctoPi, so I don't have to keep inserting/removing Micro-SD card.

Future upgrades:
Capricorn Boden PTFE tube for when I start printing ABS, because of the higher temp requirements. Search on the Internet shows the included tube does not like the high heat of ABS printing.