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jwilson toyotaboy We have 6 of the raise3d printers here and we have 4 of the Creality Ender-3 printers. I have personally, 5 of the Creality CR-10 printers at home. The Raise3d printers do a great job and are workhorse printers. The CR-10s are great for large parts like the ramps and things. The ender-3 produces the same quality of parts as the Raise3d printers.
I'm blown away by the quality of the Ender-3 printers. Really simple machines but really great for the price.
fk I want a cr10.
I bought a Ender 3. I am looking into extending the work area, I saw a video about a cr10 with 1000mm extrusions LOL
I may do the 500mm extrusions on the z axis on my ender 3, so I can atleast print taller, but my x bar putting my z axis out of wack
I know this is a bit off topic, but could you please share your ender 3 CURA profile settings file with me... I am all over the place with them.
I did just work out a 80mm/sec print speed running 215c solutech pla. I have 50x50x15 blowers, and buck converters coming tomorrow so I can setup octoprint, camera, and some led lights on it.
I got a warped heat bed, so I am waiting to find out what amazon is going to do to fix it... The x bar is also binding, I may have to take it apart tomorrow and readjust and them reassemble it. if nothing else... I may return and just get a CR-10, as at least those can be incrementally upgraded to larger print area, as well as dual extrusions.
latest test https://klovimg.com/images/2018/07/10/20180710_062244.md.jpg