The Creality CR-5 Pro High-temp Version is a fully enclosed desktop FDM 3D printer that offers a pretty large build volume of 300 x 225 x 380 mm. It comes already assembled and works as a plug-n-play device. Being a completely enclosed version of the CR-5, the printer features industrial accuracy and reliability that go hand in hand with affordability, letting you produce strong millimeter-precise outputs with ease. Its modular construction along with a sleek design and a fully enclosed frame make for a safe and smooth printing experience. The machine has been equipped with a wear-resistant all-metal nozzle for optimized torque, an upgraded cooling system, a reliable power supply, and a sturdy z-axis system that ensures precision and stability. Moreover, the printer is equipped with a powerful motherboard chipset that guarantees silent performance.
Fitting almost any benchtop, the Creality CR-5 Pro High-temp Version is capable of producing tight-fitting end-use parts without giving up affordability. It makes professional-grade 3D printing accessible to anyone. The machine boasts its Carborundum glass-coated heat bed that ensures effortless print removal and excellent layer adhesion. It offers all of the quality of life features such as resume printing function, filament runout sensor, auto power-off after the end of the printing, and a 4.3-inch HD touchscreen.
It is a perfect device for both entry-level and experienced makers. The printer can be used to produce fully functional prototypes, uniquely designed household items, accessories, tabletop models, souvenirs, props, cosplay accessories, and much more.
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The Creality CR-5 Pro High-temp Version 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.
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.
The Creality CR-5 Pro High-temp Version can print with PLA, TPU, ABS, and other high-temperature 1.75 mm filaments.
The printer’s extruder is equipped with a fan that cools the model during printing, reducing warping, stringing, and other common 3D printing problems.
Unlike many FDM printers, the Creality CR-5 Pro High-temp Version has a Carborundum glass-coated heated print bed and a fully enclosed print chamber, which means it can reliably print with ABS and other high-temperature plastics.
The printer offers a decent build volume of 300 x 225 x 380 mm (12 x 9 x 15 inches) that lets you print a single large model or simultaneously print several smaller ones in one go.
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The Creality CR-5 Pro High-temp Version can be controlled via PC, remote cloud-based application, or a built-in 4.3-inch touchscreen with a neatly-looking UI and understandable logic behind menu options. It features USB, Wi-Fi, and SD card connectivity, making for an effortless standalone operation.
The printer can be used with a number of different software solutions like Cura, Simplify3d, Creality, and Repetier-Host slicers. It works with .STL, .OBJ, and .AMF file formats.
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The Creality CR-5 Pro High-temp version is available in a stylish white. Its neatly-looking appearance makes it ideal for a number of professional and personal applications.
The spool is mounted on the rear side of the machine. The printer dimensions are 530 x 487 x 612 mm (21 x 19 x 24 inches) and it weighs 32.5 kg (72 lbs).
The price of the Creality CR-5 Pro High-temp version costs $1,249.99, which is reasonable considering its functionality, large build volume, fully enclosed build chamber, and silent operation.
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