I announced it a few weeks ago, the Creality CR-20 is out, I am proud to present you a test of this new 3D printer today, proud because I am among the first to have this 3D printer on hand, and to review it!
Creality 3D already offer DLP-type resin printers for professionals, sold for several thousand euros, but did not yet have a resin printer for the general public in its catalogue, such as the Photon proposed by Anycubic or the Duplicator 7 sold by Wanhao.
I introduced you not long ago the new Creality CR-20, the little sister of the CR-10, but the Creality family is very big, I will introduce you today the other little sister the Ender 3!
Octofiber is a Dutch filament brand, with a very complete range of PLA/ABS/Petg and special filaments (wood, carbon, metal…).
You will find several retailers in France of the filament Octofiber, for my part I had it via https://www.plastic2print.com on which one finds the PLA around 20€ the spool of 750g (it is about a Dutch site), in France one finds it rather around 30-35€ the spool.
I’ve had my CR-10 for several months, and I used to use a mirror with hairspray, which works pretty well. Except that it is necessary to regularly clean the miror, and also need to buy lacquer, even if it does not cost a fortune (a first price lacquer often doing the job)…
[UPDATE] The CR-X is now available for pre-order on official creality store
It’s been a while since the news circulated, Creality had given pretty little information at first, but recently released a video presenting this new CR-X.
You have probably already heard about the CR-10 from the Chinese company Creality 3D if you are interested in 3D printing, it is probably one of the most popular printers at the moment, offering a large printing surface, very good print quality, for a very affordable price (between 400 and 500€).
I just received my Geeetech A30, but why not a CR-10? Because I already have one, and I like testing other products/brands, and on paper this Geeetech A30 looked interesting.
Geeetech is a Chinese manufacturer, quite known with a complete 3D printer catalog (clone of prusa i3, delta, in kit, pre-assembled…), they released a few months ago an XXL printer with a similar structure to the CR-10 from Creality (difficult to tell you about the Geeetech A30 without making this comparison).
SainSmart is an American brand that sells electronic equipment (Arduino, Raspberry, 3D printer and 3D filaments). I had heard about the quality of their TPU filament sold on Amazon, but today I will be testing a new range of PLA and PETG filament, the PRO-3 range.
Continue reading “Review SainSmart filament Pro-3 Series PLA et PETG”
3D Prima is a Swedish filament brand, which offers a very complete range of 3D filaments (PLA/ABS/PETG…). I had already had the opportunity to try their PLA Prima Select and Prima Value filament, so I was very satisfied. Today 3D Prima has released a new EasyPrint range, available on their website https://www.3dprima.com/ but should also be available on Amazon soon.
Anycubic broadcast in April a teasing video illustrating large format 3D printed shoes in TPU. They seem to insist on the size of the object measuring more than 30cm. At the end of the video we quickly see the name of a Anycubic Chiron/Chrion product, which ends with “please wait”.