Creality 3D upgrades classic desktop 3D printer CR-10 to V2 version
The CR-10 released in 2016 has got numerous honors in the past three years: In 2017, listed as world number 2 hot-selling printer. Shortly afterwards, It was included into model setting of most widely used slice software Cura. In the fourth quarter of 2017, CR-10 was rated as one of the best Desktop 3D printers. Then it was selected as Best Value for Money 3D printer for its big modeling size and easy assembling in 2018. Up to now, the most popular video of CR-10 received over 3,860,000 views on the RCLifeOn channel.
After three-year of wide popularity for the CR-10, Creality 3D unveiled an upgraded version CR-10 V2 on 27, September. Compared to the old version, this upgraded version enables more reliable printing by better material and technology, meanwhile it provides several upgradable accessories for makers and 3d printing hobbyists to DIY themselves.
Better materials for more reliable printing
The new nozzle with dual port cooling fans could dissipate heat evenly and quicker, resulting in less filament blockage and increases the machine's precision. The silent motherboard with a TMC 2208 ultra-mute drive operates the printer to a level of under 50 dB. Users will be hassle-free to work and rest in the printing room. Another small but useful feature is the new all-metal extruding unit, which is wear-resisting and allows for a stable feeding of filament. 350W 24V Mean Well power raises the temperature rapidly, and maintains high temperature consistently at the same time. By adding a diagonal member to make the shape as a rigid triangle, the Z-axis will has less vibration and gives users a solid stable platform.
Optional accessories for DIY Upgradeable
Most FDM 3D printers are equipped with a Bowden extruder. Aside from the reliable Bowden extruder, CR-10 V2 (http://www.creality.com/
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