The Creality CR-30 is a one of a kind Infinite-Z FDM 3D printer that boasts its infinite Z-axis build volume alongside a plethora of other useful features. Made as a joint effort between Creality and Naomi Wu, this 3D printer offers stable structure, reliable power supply, and a 45° angled hot end. The 3DPrintMill can be regarded as a next-generation machine that unites the features of a conveyor belt and a traditional 3D printer. Its modular construction lets you enjoy unattended batch production as the heated belt moves forward automatically, making printed parts detach themselves and fall into a bin. The longest object printed on the CR-30 is a 6 meter long bar.
The Creality CR-30 is equipped with an all-metal 16.5 kg frame. Built like a tank, this machine lets you continuously print a wide array of three-dimensional models without having to worry about any unwanted vibrations and misprints. Its rolling Z-axis employs a high-grade nylon conveyor belt that is expected to last more than a year. The heated bed can be heated up to 100°C to ensure excellent layer adhesion. The device offers all of the quality of life features such as resume printing function, filament runout sensor, and silent mainboard chipset and stepper drivers.
In our opinion, the CR-30 would be a good choice for both experienced and entry-level makers. The machine is pretty straightforward and easy to use when you get a hang of it. Besides, it offers a unique and really efficient workflow. The printer shines when applied in non-stop batch production. It can be used to create uniquely designed household items, prototypes, accessories, tabletop models, souvenirs, props, cosplay accessories, end-use parts, and much more.
Look at how quickly it churns out a print after print.
The Creality CR-30 is an FFF/FDM 3D printer that can print layers at 100 microns. The surface finish is not as smooth as you get with the more expensive printers but is more than enough for prototyping and household use.
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The printer is equipped with a 0.4 mm nozzle, giving you the best balance between speed and detail.
The print head runs on rods with linear bearings, which makes printing consistent, fast, and precise. Even though the printer comes fully assembled, it still needs to be leveled manually.
The Creality CR-30 can print with PLA, TPU, PETG, and other 1.75 mm filaments.
The printer’s extruder is equipped with a cooling fan. It cools the model during printing, which reduces warping, stringing, and other related issues.
The Creality 3DPrintMill (CR-30) offers a pretty decent build volume of ∞ mm x 200 mm x 170 mm that lets you seamlessly print a batch of medium-sized products. It is a perfect fit in case your application requires continuous creation of particularly long objects such as 3D printed swords.
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The Creality CR-30 can be controlled via PC or a built-in screen with a rotary knob. It features USB and SD card connectivity, making for an effortless standalone operation.
The printer is recommended to be used with the Crealitybelt, a powerful slicing software based on Cura slicer. It works with .STL, .OBJ, and .AMF file formats. The printer software runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems.
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The Creality CR-30 is available in classic black. Its neatly-looking appearance makes it ideal for a number of professional and personal applications. The spool is mounted on the left side of the machine. The printer dimensions are 535 x 656 x 410 mm (21 x 25.8 x 16.1 inches) and it weighs 16 kg (35 lbs).
The price of the Creality CR-30 is $1,099.00, which is reasonable considering its functionality, infinite Z-axis, and silent operation.