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Review Creality Ender-5 S1 3D Printer 300°C High-Temperature 250 mm/s High-Speed Printing

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Details: Creality Ender-5 S1 3D Printer 300°C High-Temperature 250 mm/s High-Speed Printing

Brand: Creality

review Creality Ender-5 S1 3D Printer 300°C High-Temperature 250 mm/s High-Speed Printing

Creality Ender-5 S1 3D Printer:

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
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  • 【250mm/s Printing Speed】:Creality Ender-5 S1 customized a 42-48 high-torque motor and steel transmission shaft at Y-axis, supports a 2000mm/s2 acceleration, which makes you reach a 250mm/s high-speed printing.
  • 【Smooth Direct Extrusion at 300℃】:”Sprite”direct extruder features bi-metal heatbreak and efficient heat dissipation, supports 1,000 hours of clog-free extrusion, wide compatible with multiple filaments, such as PLA, ABS, PVA, Wood, TPU, PETG, and PA.
  • 【Highly Stable Cube Frame】:Cube frame with Cartesian structure, enhanced by thick linear shafts,gussets, cantilevers and silicone bed mounts.
  • 【CR Touch Auto-leveling】:Equipped with CR Touch, the 16-point automatic leveling can complete quickly with compensation for points’ printing height on the heat bed, level it easily and precisely

Notice

  • Is an online purchase
  • Delivery may be delayed in some areas.

review Creality Ender-5 S1 3D Printer 300°C High-Temperature 250 mm/s High-Speed Printing

review Creality Ender-5 S1 3D Printer 300°C High-Temperature 250 mm/s High-Speed Printing

Buyer Guide 3D Printers

 A 3D printer is a machine that allows you to create three-dimensional objects from a digital file or from a 3D model.

  • Price. The price ranges from $300 for an entry-level printer to $5,000 for an industrial printer.
  • Print Speed. The print speed is the amount of time it takes to print a 3D object. The print speed varies with the printer model, but the average is 0.2 to 0.4 seconds per layer.
  • Resolution. The resolution is the number of points per inch (PPI). The higher the resolution, the more detailed the 3D object will be. The higher the resolution, the more detailed the 3D object will be.
  • Nozzle size. The nozzle size indicates the size of the nozzle used. The nozzle size on entry-level printers is 0.4 mm and goes to 0.3 mm on professional printers.
  • Materials. There are many types of 3D prints. The most common is PLA, which is approved by the ABS standards.
  • Filament. The filament is the material that goes into the nozzle of the printer. The filament comes in various colors and is typically sold in 1.75-gallon spools.

How to choose 3D Printers

When shopping for a 3D printer, there are a couple of key factors to keep in mind:

  • How easy is the 3D printer to use? Buying a 3D printer can be intimidating, particularly if you’re not familiar with how it works. When choosing a printer, look for one that has a clear instruction manual, as well as clear and detailed guides online. Also, consider whether the 3D printer comes with software or is compatible with other platforms.
  • Does the 3D printer work right? 3D printers aren’t cheap. Before you buy a 3D printer, it’s important to test it out and make sure it works right. Most 3D printers come with either an SD card or a USB flash drive, so it’s a good idea to download and test the 3D printer’s software before committing to the purchase.

How to maintain 3D Printers

3D printing is a remarkable way to create complex, functional objects. However, 3D printing is also incredibly time-consuming, complicated, and expensive.

Because of this, many 3D printers require regular maintenance. For instance, most 3D printers have a nozzle, which can get clogged with debris over time.

These clogs can slow down your prints, cause jams and errors, and ruin the quality of your 3D creations.

There are countless tutorials and guides on how to unclog a 3D printer’s nozzle. However, many of these guides require expensive replacement parts or professional equipment.

Luckily, there are several ways to clean your 3D printer’s nozzle without purchasing expensive replacement parts. Some of the most common ways to clean a 3D printer’s nozzle are:

  • Cleaning the nozzle with alcohol.
  • Cleaning the nozzle with dish soap.
  • Installing a UV lamp.
  • Cleaning the nozzle with a toothbrush.
  • Using a rotating brush.
  • Using compressed air to blow away debris.