Didn't creality just announce a new ender model with a large print bed? I'm thinking it was 350X350 and the press release suggested they were already sitting in warehouses waiting to be officially announced and released.
Pretty sure I saw it through a google news link, but of course now I can't find it.... maybe it was the CR-6 SE?
it's possibly, the ender 5+ i have has a print volume of 350x350x400. though i believe they are also coming out with a infinite-z belt printing, CR30 i believe.
Just looked up the cr-6 se, print volume is 235x235x250, for around 400 usd, for that i would lean more towards a fully tricked out prusa mini.
Buy the official Creality 3D CR-10S Pro V2 for a discounted price of $599.99 and enjoy a 1-year warranty and 14-day return.
I suspect that might have been what I'd seen a press release on.
Double the price of an ender3 pro, but it looks like it ticks off the majority of the boxes for a sub-$1K feature upgrade to the ender 3 line.
- Larger bed (300X300X400)
- Integrated ABL (It's built right into the hot end chassis)
- Decent Name Brand PSU
- Dual Gear extruder (it's not direct drive, but one of the mods most folks should be considering to the ender 3 line)
- Filament run-out switch
- Upgraded MB with silent stepper (Not completely sure, but strongly suspect it's the most recent 32bit creality board)
- Double screw rod Z-Axis (not sure how this is accomplished whether it's two synced motors, or if there's a belt, chain connecting the two)
- Digital touch screen
3D Printing Canada is offering it @ $750 so it's not cheap, but on paper it looks like a decent enough out-of-the-box printer.
I've never really looked too deeply into prusa models (too expensive for my blood) but for those who have, how does this feature set line up with what they offer on their lower end models?