Creality Ender 3 S1 Pro
Creality Ender 3 S1 Pro
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|Print surface size||235x235x250 mm|
Creality Ender 3 S1 Pro with 220 x 220 x 270mm build volume.
By purchasing a printer, you agree that, as a buyer and user of the device, you will be willing to assemble and maintain the 3D printer yourself. For the correct functioning of the 3D printer, certain prior knowledge regarding the management of the device and the determination of print settings is also required, so by purchasing, you agree that you will educate yourself on your own initiative and acquire the knowledge necessary for the successful use of the 3D printer. Most of the necessary knowledge for the basic and more advanced use of the 3D printer can be obtained from the online platform YouTube and from various 3D forums or Facebook groups, where members of the 3D community extensively share their experience and knowledge regarding the management of 3D printers and the correct use of printing materials. AzureFilm does not currently offer online training or physical forms of training at the company headquarters. Thank you for your understanding. For additional questions, we are available at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creality Ender 3 S1 Pro
High-temperature printing for more possibilities.
- Up to 300℃ Nozzle Temperature
High filament compatibility - more printing possibilities.
- "Sprite" Full-metal Dual-gear Direct Extruder
Weigh 344g with 80N extrusion force. High-precision printing also for flexible filaments.
- CR Touch Automatic Leveling
Self-developed CR Touch assures the 16-point auto-leveling. Reliable, efficient and time-saving.
- Removable PEI Spring Steel Sheet
Durable with good adhesion. Flexible to remove the print.
- 4.3” Touch Screen with Friendly UI
Brand new UI with 9 languages supported. Easy to use, automatic dimming out for energy saving.
- LED Light
Even fill-in light. Precise observation in the dark.
- Creation Potential
Compatible with laser engraving, liquid cooling heatsink, and Wi-Fi Box, unlock creative printing.
- Human-centered Design
Integrated Structure. Platform with a handle for safe pulling out in high-temp condition.
- Quick Assembly
96% Pre-installed, 6-step assembly.
- Build Volume: 220*220*270 mm
- Machine Dimension: 490*455*625 mm
- Printing Speed: maximum 200 mm/s
- Printing Precison: ±0.1 mm
- Layer Height: 0.05-0.4mm
- Filament Diameter: 1.75 mm
- Nozzle Temperature: up to 300°C
- Heat Bed Temperature: up to 110°C
- Build Surface: spring steel PEI magnetic build plate
- Extruder: "Sprite" full-metal dual-gear direct extruder with 1:3.5 gearing
- Leveling Mode: Auto-leveling with CR-Touch
- Display: 4.3'' color touch screen
- Mainboard: 32-bit silent mainboard
- Resume Printing: Yes
- Filament Sensor: Yes
- Rated Voltage: 100-120V, 220-240V, 50/60Hz
- Rated Power: 350W/24V
- Slicing Software: Creality Slicer/Cura/Repetier-Host/Simplify3D
- Data Transmission Method: Type-C USB/ SD card
- 3D File Format: .stl/.obj / .gcode(after slicing)
- Supported Filamenti: PLA, ABS, Wood, TPU, PETG, PA
- Supported Language: Chinese, English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Turkish.
- Net Weight: 8.6 kg
For beginners - the basics of 3D printing
Every 3D print begins as a 3D model generated in a modeling program. There are many easy-to-use modeling software options available, many of which are free.
These tools are all about creating models for 3D printing. There are some beginner-friendly ones:
- Tinkercad: With a library of literally millions of files, users can find shapes that suit them best and manipulate them as they wish. It serves as a great way to learn about 3D modeling.
- SketchUp: Is another good modeling softwar, because it maintains that balance between usability and functionality, making it ideal for most skill levels.
- Blender: This open-source software that has a steep learning curve and is ideal for users who feel ready to transition to designing complex 3D models.
There is even easier way to get your 3D models. You can simply download already made models and put them slicer software.
Here you have some sites and 3D archives with free 3D models:
- Thingiverse: Thingiverse is a community and a design sharing platform, where you can discover and share 3D printable designs.
- Turbosquid: This is the premiere place to find 3D models. They have a huge paid section, but if you simply type “free” into the search, it will come up with hundreds of awesome free models.
- Free3d: Place where you can share your free 3d assets and download instantly any you like.
When you have your model (done in a modeling program or download from 3D archives sites), you need to put it in your slicer software.
Slicers are the easiest way to go from a 3D model to a printed part. They take a CAD model, slice it into layers and turn the model into G-code.
The slicer software also includes 3D printer settings like temperature, layer height, print speed, etc. to the G-code.
When the model is turned into G-code, you can put it on your Micro SD (8GB works the best). Also be careful to name it with only up to 7 letters.
The 3D printer can read this G-code and make the model layer by layer following the instructions set in the G-code.
Best beginners slicer softeares are:
- Ultimaker Cura: Can be used with almost any 3D printer because it is an open-source slicer. The program is ideal for beginners because it is intuitive and fast. Most of all, it’s easy to use.
- Simplify3D: Not only does Simplify3D slice your CAD into layers, it also corrects any problems with your models and allows you to preview the end result, helping to further identify any other issues.
- Slic3r: This open-source software includes real-time incremental slicing, 3D preview, and more. It is one of the most widely used 3D printing software tools.
How to assemble a 3D printer?
When you purchase a 3D printer, detailed assembly instructions are included. Despite the instructions provided, there are also plenty of videos available on the Internet to help you with visual assistance.
We have prepared a list of videos for each 3D printer separately:
- Ender 3 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbGT400Qe-w&start=2s
- Ender 3 pro - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbGT400Qe-w&start=2s
- Ender 5 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjmwRz4q9_4
- CR-10 V2 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5b3UCT-Le9I
- CR-10 Max - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPNnWLVwxZU
- CR-10 S PRO - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szNQIZpY14Y
- CR-10 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5zhJUef1ow&start=9s
- CR-10 S - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5zhJUef1ow&start=9s
- CR-10 S4 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5zhJUef1ow&start=9s
- CR-10 S5 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5zhJUef1ow&start=9s
- CR-X - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5zhJUef1ow&start=9s
If you still feel unclear about the instructions and video, you can contact us at: email@example.com
Does your product offer a warranty?
Yes, on some products we do offer a 1 year warranty from the date you placed your order.
This applies with printers, parts of printers and filaments .