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Comgrow Official Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer

Pro 3D Printer, UL Certified power supply, consistent temperature, Resume print Function

9.5
Created with Raphaël 2.1.29.5010
H&F Rating 1,121 reviews
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What We Like

  • Upgraded extruder design reduces the risk of clogged nozzle
  • High-watt hot bed offers quick heating to the printing platform
  • The surface plate is removable that offers easy cleaning

Disadvantages

  • Bad Extruder Output on Motherboard

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About Comgrow Official Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer

Comgrow is the first seller of Creality 3D on Amazon. Fully open-source: Allow users to improve their printer upon the source code - resulting in an improved experience for all! Ideal for STEM projects: Invite imagination and innovation to students, help them discover the wonders of all the STEM fields. New 40*40 Y-axis frame design, improving the stability of the printing platform. Resume Printing Function can resume printing after a power outage or any other unexpected stoppage.

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We analyzed 57,099 reviews for 193 products in the 3D Printers category.

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We analyzed a total of 1,121 reviews for this product. None were recent.

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Around 75% of reviews were positive and about 21% were negative.

Final Score:

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9.49 out of 10, based on these 8 factors:

  • Build quality
  • Controls and functionality
  • Customer support
  • Easy to use
  • Overall performance
  • Print quality
  • Tech support
  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about Comgrow Official Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer


    I picked this printer as my first printer because it is open source and it has issues, but it is a great one and I have learned a lot from it.


    The Ender 3 has been a hot item for a while now as beginners try out 3D printing at a price point under $200.


    I asked my friend if there was anything wrong with the setup, and he said no, but I am able to print with Cura, but I have to manually set the offsets closer to the center of my print bed.


    You will get good results without any upgrade, but you will need to watch a professional video to understand the device and how to assemble it.


    I upgraded my rating and opinion of these people, but I don't think it should have gotten to the point that I left a bad review because of inadequate service.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    Does it come with any software?

    A:

    If all you are doing is getting models and printing them, this is all you need.

    Q:

    What is the size of this unit?

    A:

    The base footprint requires a flat 12" x 12" surface, but certain parts need a bit more space, such as the display panel overhang.

    Q:

    Is this printer capable of printing Abs and petg as well?

    A:

    You can adjust the bed and nozzle temperatures for each of the different materials in your slicing software, but it's important to make sure that the bed and nozzle temperatures are the same for each of the different materials.

    Q:

    What is the current version of the board?

    A:

    The board does not come with the printer, but Creality sells a Silent Main Board that is 1.1.5 instead.

    Q:

    Is the unit upgraded to a hotter unit over the non-pro unit?

    A:

    The hotend of the Ender 3 Pro is the same as in the PRO, but it uses an MK10 extruder.

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