Part of the Creality CR-10 series, the Creality CR-10 S4 is an improved version of the renowned CR-10 3D printer. It offers a larger print area of 400 mm³ and is engineered with double motor screw rods for smooth and steady operation. The enhanced aluminum design minimizes wobbling while printing providing higher printing accuracy and overall better print quality.
The CR-10 S4 is a do-it-yourself, affordable 3D printer. It ships flat pack and needs assembly. By following the clear instructions provided by the manufacturer, putting the pre-assembled frames together will be a breeze. You will get the device up and running in less than 10 minutes. The machine includes a filament run-out and breakage detector and a power-off resume function for successful printing. It’s been used to print a wide variety of models, including cosplay accessories, figures, decoration, embellishments, and more. Continue reading for the full review.
One user 3D printed Han Solo’s blaster from the Star Wars movie. The printer has been capable of producing quality details and smooth surfaces.
Another user printed Starlord’s helmet from the Guardians of the Galaxy. The final result is amazing. It shows realistic textures, smooth color gradations, and astonishing details.
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The Creality CR-10 S4 is an FDM 3D printer that can print layers at 50 microns. This way you can produce parts with smooth exterior surfaces. It can be easily upgraded to enhance its printing capability. With the right mods, it is capable of producing professional-grade outputs.
As you can see, this T-Rex skull is smooth and polished. The teeth are sharp and well-defined- The printer did a great job, didn’t it?
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The Creality CR-10 S4 has a 0.4 mm nozzle, giving you the best balance between speed and detail. This 70-cm tall Deadpool bust is a good example. It shows fine details produced at a decent print speed.
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The print head runs on rails, which makes printing consistent, fast and precise. When assembling the kit, be sure to accurately tighten the screws to avoid backlashes and vibrations.
The Creality CR-10 S4 prints with PLA, ABS and other materials.
The extruder adopts a powerful fan to effectively cool the model down while printing. In this way, it reduces the risk of warping and stringing. This robot is a good example. Despite the visible layers, it shows no warps or strings.
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The heated bed allows printing with temperature-sensitive materials, including ABS. Look at this cute Groot. Made with ABS, it turned out really good and well-defined.
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To ensure high reproducibility, we recommend installing an enclosed print chamber. This way the print quality would not be affected by temperature fluctuations as a result of drafts and other factors.
The Creality CR-10 S4 prints with standard 1.75 mm filament. You can pick the material you prefer from any vendor benefiting from a wide material choice.
The build area of 15.7 x 15.7 x 15.7 inches (400 x 400 x 400 mm) lets you print just about anything, even a wearable helmet from Halo 3.
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The printer is controlled via an independent control box with an LCD display included.
3D models can be printed from computer via SD card or USB.
The printer works with the Cura software. It is available for Windows, Linux and Mac users.
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Creality CR-10 S4 is available in three different colors: orange, blue and black. Its stylish look makes it ideal for both home and professional use.
The printer dimensions are 28 x 32.5 x 24 inches (711 x 830 x 610 mm). It weighs 3 lb (14 kg). The spool holder is mounted separately from the printer.
The price of the Creality CR-10 S4 is $679.00, which is reasonable considering its functionality and hackability.