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In fact for the price, it’s a solid recommendation — especially so when its resellers are frequently fire-selling the pants off it. Few other printers offer such a large print volume.

A technology company from China, the products have passed many international quality and environmental certifications such as CE, FCC, and ROHS, and we export to Europe, the United States, Australia, Russia, and the United Kingdom ,Germany, Singapore, Egypt, India more than 30 countries.

Shipping from the local state has no import tariffs required. Most parts will ship from China while few accessories will send from overseas, please aware! We have the oversea warehouse for most printers, but few don’t.

Shenzhen Creality 3D Technology Co. Ltd was founded in 2014 and is one of the first groups of enterprises devoted to 3D printing in China. Creality 3D has been focusing on 3D printing research and development, manufacture and sales.

The recommended printing speed for the Creality CR-10 is 50mm/s, and the CR-10 can print materials such as ABS, PLA and wood.

One of the easiest ways to make money with a 3D printer is to offer the printer as a commercial service or to sell items that are made with it. … One of the top websites for commercial 3D printing is 3D Hubs. You can list your 3D printer as a service here and then take orders and get paid for the items that you produce.

Since most 3D printers use 1.75-mm filament, you’re more likely to be paying closer to $30 per kilogram, which is about 50% more than standard PLA.
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