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Creality Australia Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer Specs
Cube Frame 3D Printer: Very solid cube frame. Box Design with Overhead Gantry. Creality Ender-5 Plus 3D Printer is the larger version of the Creality Ender 5 Series 3d printer, with the same cubic designed, solid cube frame.
Ultra Large Printing Format: 350X350X400mm. Meet more of your printing requirements. Your idea should not be confined. Achieve better print results and a larger print model at a time.
Auto Bed Leveling Pre-Installed: With BL Touch as configured. You just plug them in and start printing!it can precisely measure the tilt of the Bed surface, offers automatic compensation for the Z-axis for unevenness of the platform plate, easy to solve the printing failure caused by the unevenness of the platform, and provide reliable operation with all build surfaces.
The top frame features: Dual Y-axis stepper motor and is equipped with a 42-48 motor. Dual Y-axis Synchronization. Strong Power Support and Smoother transmission, flexible and reliable
Dual Z-Axis: Stable Z-axis Lead screw drive smoothly and steady. The movement of the build plate will be more stable.
Ender 5 Plus Unboxing Build&Set-Up
Creality Ender 5 Plus Firmware Flashing (BLTouch Fix)
Creality Ender 5 Plus parameter
|Nozzle diameter||Standard 0.4mm|
|Hot Bed Temperatur||≤110|
|Working modes||online or TF cards are printed offline|
|File formats||STL ,Odj and Slicing|
|Software||Cura ,Repeti-Host ,Simplify 3D|
|Power parameters||Input:100-240V AC;Output:DC 24V 21A;Max25A|
|Printing Materials||PLA ABS Soft Glue Wooden Copper Containing Gradient, etc.|
Creality Ender 5 Plus Specifications:
Molding Technology: FDM
Printing Size: 350*350*400mm
Printing Accuracy: ±0.1mm
Nozzle Number: 1
Nozzle Size: Standard 0.4mm
Layer Thickness: 0.1mm-0.4mm
Printing Speed: 60mm/s-180mm/s
Heatbed Maximum Temperature: ≤260℃
Print Platform Max. Temperature: ≤110℃
Printing Method: Online or TF card offline printing
File Formats: STL,Odj,Amf Slicing
Slice Software: STL,Odj,Amf Slicing
Filaments Supported: PLA,ABS,Soft Glue,Wooden,Copper
Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
Operation System: For MAC/Linux/WindowsXP/Vista/7/10
Machine Size: 63.2 * 66.6 * 61.9cm / 24.9 * 26.2 * 24.4in
Package Size: 73.0 * 74.0 * 31.0cm / 28.7 * 29.1 * 12.2in
Auto Leveling: BL Touch Leveling
Silent Board: No
Power Supply: Input: 100-240V AC
Output: DC 24V 21A, Max. 25A, Max. 550W
This is my first foray into 3d printing. Build was simple but the instructions could be clearer, had to dismantle and reassemble at one stage. A video on cable management would be advantageous as routing cables is a PITA. Bed levelling went well and first test print was perfect. I would recommend this printer with the caveat that I'm a complete novice and have only completed eight prints.
ordered it three weeks agostillhavnt recieved it
Ive looked forward to purchasing the ender 5 plus for oven 12 months. Since owning it ive had nothing but troubles, if it wasn't such a hassle to disassemble and ship it, id send it back for a refund.
- Constant inconsistencies when "Autohoming", sometimes it goes to the right z height other times it doesn't.
- Bed Levelling Knobs screw often spins and doesnt actually adjust the height
- Rear left guide rod has way to much friction even when lubricated can bind and squeak
- The Z axis screws have a fair bit of wobble when raising and lowering
- Cannot level the bed correctly, when the "Auto measure" feature is used the rear of the bed is measured alot higher than the front.
Unfortunately i have been very disappointed in the product and im considering throwing it to the dump
Having previously purchased other cheaper printers in the past only to be let down by poor quality or instability this printer was a dream straight out of the box. Assembly by far was one of the easiest to screw together but the biggest feature was the design ensured nothing was bent during delivery. All parts arrived perfect. It's big enough to print a full helmet if that aids in a mental image. Definitely would team it up with a magnetic build plate.
I shall start by saying that, at the price point, this is a lot of printer. The speeds are decent, the filament compatibility is strong, and the assembly intuitive. The software however, sucks. Both the on-board software and the custom slicer utility that comes with the unit are pretty awful. The pictures attached are of the first print I attempted, straight out of the box. As you can see, it's really very good. The printer does a great job! The layer lines are smooth and well aligned creating minimal unwanted texture, and the print has run 50+ hours without incident. If you look closely however, you will note that there is no support from the lower eye port to the brow ridge. The slicer has a setting for supports, specifically if you want only 'from bed' supports or regular. This model was sliced with the regular setting and still, no supports there. That is a problem. When sliced and printed using S3D, this section came out perfectly on this very same printer. At one stage I needed to swap filament rolls. One would think this would be simple. The filament-out detector paused the printer and the screen presented me with two options, manual filament change, or cancel print. I chose filament change and nothing happened. Apparently I was meant to intuit that manual change meant actuating the bowden-end of the filament line and manually withdrawing the filament before manually reinserting the filament all the way to the extruder. This isn't a big deal, but my MakerBot 5th gen an