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Comgrow Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer

Fdm Pritner Printing Size, Pro 3D Printer Resume Printing, Printing Size, 32 Bit Mainboard, Magnetic Removable Build Surface Plate, Pro 3D Printer

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H&F Rating 63 reviews
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We analyzed a total of 63 reviews for this product. Of these, 3 reviews were recent.

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Around 70% of reviews were positive and about 27% were negative.

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8.47 out of 10, based on these 8 factors:

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  • What buyers say about Comgrow Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer


    If you want to upgrade your springs, you can get the bed springs suck, upgrade to yellow springs, or get the Z axis coupler upgraded with nylon and aluminum.


    I intend to use it as part of my general hobby of tinkering, the instructions were a little unclear but I always managed to get there, and there were no reall difficulties, other than the fact that I spent a happy couple of hours assembling it.


    Comgrow is solid, they sent me an email a week after to check in that everything was going well, and that I was happy or I needed any help, that is a nice touch and doesn't happen with a lot of sellers.


    This is my first 3D printer and it is a really great piece of kit, which is great if you ever have any issues with it.


    The prints are of good quality, but you won't get the same print quality from a printer that costs five times as much, as you would from a printer that costs just a few dollars more for a single piece of equipment.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    What is a good program to use for computer aided design?

    A:

    I use a good starter software, Ultimaker Cura.

    Q:

    What's the best laptop to buy for a 3d printer?

    A:

    It depends on what else you'll be doing with the machine, and any windows machine will work to run it.

    Q:

    Does this have a North American plug?

    A:

    Yes, the machine is great, and the 14 year old grandson is learning so much using it.

    Q:

    Does the mother board version include a silicone nozzle cover?

    A:

    I don't know about the motherboard version of mine, but it came with a Silicone nozzle cover.

    Q:

    Is it possible for it to print with petg?

    A:

    It just takes additional settings, and be careful of fumes.

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