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Creality3D Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer US$183.99 (~A$240.81) Delivered (AU Stock) @ Banggood

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Use coupon BGe56f53 to reduce it to AU$240.81. Slightly cheaper than the last negotiated deal. I have had my printer for a couple of months now and I am very happy with it.

Creality 3D® Ender-3 Pro DIY 3D Printer Kit 220x220x250mm Printing Size With Magnetic Removable Platform Sticker/Power Resume Function/Off-line Printer/Simple Leveling


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  • why does it say refer n referee gets $3?

    • Any store with a referral program on OzBargain has that the bottom of the deal's description. Click the link to generate a random code from another member.

  • +1

    Are these worth it for a beginner? I read about Creality a while ago and sounded decent. Should I aim a bit higher? Good technical background so prefer something reasonable. Thanks OzB.

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      Are you looking to make money or a just a hobby? If it is just a hobby creality is a good starting point.

      • Thanks for the reply. Primarily hobby, might sell the odd thing here and there but not a primary use.

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          If just mainly for a hobbies and you have time to troubleshoot and test different setting it pretty decent learning tool, if you want to print more reliable you should know you need spend a money on upgrades and that could range from 10-20 to hundreds so bare that in mind. You can do some research on many upgrades but personally is silent motherboard and better/silent fan so you can do print in relative the same room without loud whine of stepper motors. Some silicons or strong stiff so you don't have re-level you bed as often. Majority of the other upgrade is just user life improvement which is not really required if you not printing alot.

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          I would have a look into the Ender 3 v2. Its reasonably priced, has a large community behind it and plenty of scope for upgrades as you see fit.

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      In my opinion, the next thing up would be the Prusa Mini or MK3s made in Czech. I got one and it's fantastic. But that costs a lot more than a Creality.

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        Yep, great machine, have MK3 myself. I would go with MK3s unless all you're just printing is smaller models but the Mini is great starting point if MK3s is out of your price range.

        Ender 3 Pro was great and still relative cheaper after all the upgrades but in term of actual out of box experience prusa is great.

  • Pulled the trigger.
    Hope it will print some good toys.

    • Thingiverse.com is your friend

    • Can you test and send me a baby Yoda toothpaste dispenser as your first creation ; ) (not kidding) ;p

    • Hi, I can't see AU stock. It asked for AU162 for delivered from USA, or it will take 4 weeks for GWTR warehouse (don't know what that is). Am I missing something here?

  • As first printer Creality is perfect and cheap. I got Ender 3 V2 some 2 months ago and damn, from 1h to 2h, now I have moved to 60h plus models hahaha
    Sculptures, useful 3D parts, design your own. It is a great investment for small or big models, even miniatures if you are gonna prime and paint.

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