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Creality CR-10 Max 3d printer

Item No.: 201804090120
Creality CR10MAX larger printing size:450*450*470mm with Golden triangle for better stability, rapid heat-up of entire platform.100% real heating size, imported Capricorn teflon tube, double drive for rapid feeding,  double boost effect rail-type transmis
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Description Specification Advantages Review

Brand Creality
Model CR-10 Max
Molding technology FDM(fused deposition molding)
Printing size 450X450X470
Printing precision ±0.1mm
Slice thickness 0.1-0.4mm
Nozzle diameter Standard 0.4mm,0.8mm
Nozzle number 1
Nozzle temperature ≤250℃
Hotbed temperature ≤100℃
Working mode TF card offline or online
File format STL,OBJ,amf
Slicing software Cura、Simplify3D
Power supply Double power supply,mother board 75W,24V,input:100-240V AC,output:24V;hot bed power supply 750W,24V,input:100-240V AC,output:24V
Machine power 750W
Printing material PLA
Filament diameter 1.75mm
Machine size 650*785*735
Package Size 735X735X305
G.W 24.8KG
N.W 20.0KG
XY axis position precision   0.012mm
Z-axis position precision 0.001mm
Screen 4.3-inch touch screen
Control system Windows XP/Vista/7/10 MAC Linux
Motor parameter 42-40 stepper motor,42-34 stepper motor  Step angle1.8°

1. Super-Larger Size: 450*450*470mm super large molding size to meet diverse printing requirements
2. Smooth feeding: Bondtech gear extrusion structure, double drive gears for a strong thrust and high extrusion and feeding performance.
3. Automatic leveling:  Imported BL touch 16 points fast leveling
4. Two power supplies with wide voltage: Two power supplies for motherboard and hotbed by way of two-way output, synchronous power supply for the quick response and stable operation.
5. Stable structure: Golden triangle to reduce Z-axis vibration for high large-size printing precision.
6. Filament detector; Automatic suspension when materials run out, 
break up or run into other abnormalities for energy conservation and consumption reduction
7.Stable transmission: Y-axis double transmission belts and a double-axis motor with strong momentum for stable transmission and printing precision
8. Imported Bowden feeding tube: Blue high-temperature resistant Capricorn Teflon tube without being easily blocked for smooth feeding and printing efficiency
9. Resume printing function: Automatically save printing records, continue 
printing after power-on for a high model  printing success rate

Creality have design more than 20 kinds of 3d printer, including hot sales Ender series, CR series, DP series. especially our superstar Ender 3 and CR-10. with more update, more functions can be added on its’ basic machines. Until today, it has more than 5 update machines of CR-10. recently weve got this new good-looking large 3d printer kit CR-10MAX in town. With its massive build volume:450*450*470mm. adding brand name components and a raft of quality of life-enhancing features. let's see what Naomi said about CR-10MAX:

CR-10Max is the fifth CR-10 style printer from Creality, and very much looks like it builds upon the design language established with the CR-10S Pro; red and black color scheme, enclosed control box with power supply and simplified, touchscreen-driven UI.
Creality points to several new features that set the CR-10 Max apart.

Golden Triangle

Somebody might be confused about this structure. But it is nothing related to the popular tourist area in Asia, or nicely arranged photographs; it refers to the Z-axis brace connecting the top of the frame to the base.  Actually, this will do away with Z-wobble in prints, providing silky smooth finish up into the rafters.
Of course, other factors could still mess with tall prints — but at least it won’t be because of wobble.

Automatic Leveling

As with the CR-10S Pro before it, it would appear that the CR-10 Max features some kind of inductive probe on the print head. A matrix leveling routine will use this to measure a series of points across the bed, resulting in zonal compensation and, hopefully, level first layers.
The CR-10 Max also includes Creality’s oversized manual bed-leveling knobs, so manual leveling is also an option.

Different nozzle types

The Creality CR-10 Max is said to feature two different nozzles, both the expected 0.4mm, plus an 0.8mm nozzle for faster prints. We suspect the latter is only possible with the inclusion of a dual-gear filament feeder, here provided by Bondtech.

Interestingly there’s no mention of Volcano or other longer melt-zone hot ends — the absence of which may prove tricky for the CR-10 Max to keep up with a high filament flow. Could be that the hot end will have difficulty keeping up with the faster prints one would reasonably want to throw at such a machine.

It’s also unclear whether that’s a configuration thing you choose when buying, or if Creality ships the two nozzles in the box. One we’ll have to answer when we go hands.

Double belts

Hauling a 450 x 450 mm print bed requires a sturdy assembly to shift all that weight. It stands to reason that Creality double up on the belts pulling the bed.

Rapid heating bed

One interesting new direction for Creality here is the inclusion of a split flow power supply for its large print bed. Pushing 24V to the bed independently from the motherboard, the company claims such an arrangement reduces electromagnetic interference. Until we see it for ourselves, we couldn’t speak to the benefits.
On the other hand, such a setup will mean that the large bed heats fast.

Capricorn bowden tube

Distinctive for its deep blue hue, Capricorn tubing provides high lubricity and temperature resistance to a Bowden style extrusion setup. A premium inclusion.

Print recovery modes

No one should ever have to suffer the pain of a long-distance print failing at the last hurdle. With an expanded build volume, big prints are inevitable on the CR-10 Max, and so a suite of print recovery features are very much welcome. It’s nothing we haven’t seen before: a mechanical filament out switch, and power loss recovery mode, but their continued presence is appreciated.

Dual rod-driven Z

There’s some logic in thinking that driving the X-carriage through the Z-axis from both ends would result in more stability and, therefore, better prints.
If you are looking for a bigger size 3d printer for design, CR-10MAX is worth give it a shoot!

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