Creality CR-10 S5 is the biggest 3D printer of the CR-10 family. Boasting a print area of up to 500 x 500 x 500 mm, it is also one of the largest consumer printers currently available on the market. It is sold as a kit benefiting from an affordable price. Despite its kit nature, it comes mostly pre-assembled. Just screw the main parts together and wire the cables and your job will be done. Ideal for both tinkerers and experts, the device comes with an interesting feature-set that makes it a good bang for the buck.
The Creality CR-10 S5 is equipped with a filament run-out sensor, a resume printing feature, a removable heated bed with MOSFET, two Z-axis screw rods and motors. Entirely made of injection-molded parts and aluminum profiles, it ensures sufficient stability minimizing vibrations during printing. The printer is controlled via an external box. It includes MicroSD and USB ports for convenient connectivity. Read on for a thorough review.
One user decided to test the printer creating some drink tray arms for his R2-D2 droid.
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Another user 3D printed some special bookmarks inspired by the Hand of the King and the Hand of the Queen from Game of Thrones. Winter is coming, you need to get ready.
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The Creality CR-10 S5 is an FDM 3D printer that can print layers at 50 microns. This way you can produce parts with smooth exterior surfaces. Considering its massive build volume, the filament run-out detector and the resume printing option are indispensable. Indeed, they dramatically reduce the risk of failures when printing big models.
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The Creality CR-10 S5 has a 0.4 mm nozzle, giving you the best balance between speed and detail. This X-Wing miniature is a great example. Look how fine-detailed each part is.
The printer features a sturdy frame. The dual Z-axis screw rods and motors ensure higher stability allowing for more reliable results. The print head runs on rails, which makes printing consistent, fast and precise.
Creality CR-10 S5 prints with PLA, ABS, TPU, wood, carbon fiber, copper and other materials.
For example, this Doom hammer has been printed with the Hatchbox silver and wood PLA filaments.
The below-pictured wheels have been realized in PETG and Filaflex.
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 S5 prints with 1.75 mm filament. Its open filament system along with the heated bed allows using a broad range of materials, providing you with high design flexibility.
The build area of 19.7 x 19.7 x 19.7 inches (500 x 500 x 500 mm) lets you print just about anything, even a real-scale wheel. It took 95 hours of continuous printing and weighs 5 kg.
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The printer is controlled via an external box equipped with an LCD display and a rotating knob for navigation.
3D models can be printed from a computer via an SD card and USB cable.
The printer works with Cura software. It's available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.
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Creality CR-10 S5 is available in black, gray, white, yellow or red colors. Its stylish look makes it ideal for both home and professional use.
The printer dimensions are 32 x 40.5 x 28 inches (810 x 1028 x 712 mm). It weighs 44 lb (20 kg). The spool holder is mounted atop the control box.
The price of the Creality CR-10 S5 is $699.00, which is reasonable considering its functionality, printing accuracy and upgradability.