Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm
Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm
Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm
Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm
Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm
Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm
Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm
Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm
Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm
Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm
Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm
Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm
Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm
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Creality CR-M4 3D Printer 450 x 450 x 470mm

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CR-M4 Parameter :

Printing Technology: FDM
Build Volume: 450*450*470mm
Product Dimensions: 655*700*865mm
Package Dimensions: 790*760*300mm
Net Weight: 22.48KG
Gross Weight: 28.3KG
Printing Speed: ≤120mm/s
Printing Accuracy: ±0.1mm
Layer Height: 0.05-0.35mm
Extruder Type: "Sprite" dual-gear direct drive extruder
Extruder Material: All metal
Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
Z-axis Count: 2
Nozzle Type: Brass nozzle
Nozzle Diameter: Standard 0.4mm (compatible with 0.6/0.8mm)
Nozzle Temperature: ≤300°C
Heatbed Temperature: ≤100℃
Build Surface: PC spring steel sheet
Display Screen: 4.3-inch color touch screen
Mainboard: Integrated 32-bit silent mainboard
Power Loss Recovery: Yes
Filament Runout Sensor: Yes
Multi-printers Control: Yes
Sleep Mode: Yes
Rated Voltage: 100-240V~,50/60Hz
Rated Power: 800W
Slicing Software: Creality Print, Creality Slicer, Cura
File Formats: STL, OBJ, AMF
Supported Filaments: PLA, PETG, TPU, ABS, PLA-Wood, PA, PLA-CF
UI Languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Russian, Portuguese, Italian, Turkish, Chinese
CR-M4: 450*450*470mm Large Size | Dual Y-axis Linear Rails | Sprite Direct Drive 3D Printer

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Customer Reviews

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Mark Gericke
Adhesion

It prints well but I'm having issues with adhesion and my models curling up. Mostly with abs . I have tried many settings with not much success.

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Jordan Wilson

So far I've had countless problems, all procedures followed correctly not used outside of guidelines in any way. Problems I've had have all been with the hotend.
Noticed that the creality store has minimal support for replacement parts for this model of printer. Hoping that I can resolve the issues and get the parts i recquire as soon as possible as I'd definitely love to continue using this tool as when it has printed well I've managed to produce strong and useful tools so it hasn't been all bad.

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Alex Bombaci
New to the game, But lost to learn and little to no instructions.

We have had more failed prints than successful ones.
The head scratched the printing surface on the first 6 prints. as we were trying the set up the Z axis initial settings.
Bed adhesion and warping is a problem with PLA, we tried 60 up to 75 degrees.
The head and silicon boot had been totally clogged twice already. Its a mess to clean up solidified filament!
Not for the faint hearted or 1st timer! Too many setting to fiddle with that are beyond the novice user.
Some supports crack and cause prints to fail.

We have yet to attempt a big print!