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[eBay Plus] Creality CR6-SE 3D Printer $351.08 Delivered @ christmas-gift eBay

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Original Coupon Deal $432.99 with 17% off with eBay Plus and Extra $10 off $200 or more brought the price down to $351.08 for me. Don’t forget cashback. Been looking for a first 3D printer and been looking at reviews comparing the CR6-SE and the Ender 3 v2. But at this price I decided to get the CR6-SE.

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    been looking at reviews comparing the CR6-SE and the Ender 3 v2

    and which is better?

    • +1 vote

      Honestly it's worth it to drop more on a prusa or something with better linear guides. V wheels suck. Worst part of my ender 3.

      • +2 votes

        Agree. CR6-SE was my first collection of V wheels among my other Prusa printers.
        I think it will be my last V wheel model as well.

        You get what you pay for but I have to agree this is still a deal at this price point.

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        No its not, not for the huge price difference.

        • +1 vote

          It was for me, just sharing my experience.

          I had a few time consuming issues with my Ender, which were quite annoying and long issues to diagnose and fix:

          • Binding V-Wheels (bearing QC issues)
          • Bed Y axis aluminium extrusion had a bump which caused my prints to always have an issue. Couldn't fix this.
          • Bent Z axis leadscrew (Replaced it)
          • Z-Axis binding due to bracket being misshapen
          • Warped bed (Glass bed replacement + BL Touch to fix to an acceptable level)
          • X axis gantry bracket not bent correctly, caused gantry sag & layer issues (Rebuilt & hammered bracket to fix this)
          • Gap between PTFE and hotend stock from factory, caused a filament explosion at one point.

          You get what you pay for.

      •  

        Honestly it's worth it to drop more on a prusa

        Which is a good entry model?

        • +2 votes

          The Prusa mini is good if you only print small objects. MK3S+ is the bread and butter machine, absolute beast and a workhorse.
          Also, the prusa has a multi-material kit upgrade for the MK3S+ which looks great.

          But honestly, if you're after entry level, sticking to a small budget and have time to tinker, go for a Creality machine. I found that I want to 3d print more with less hassle so I went for MK3S+.

        • +1 vote

          If you want to make money or just want to print models, go with prusa/luzbots/flashforge.

          If you want to start in hobby in 3d printing, go with budget printers such as Creality / AnyCubic similar lines (i3 clones).

          If you already have experiences, creality is a good cost to budget machine if you know how to fix issues. Spare part / upgrade are considerably easier to source.

    •  

      just get the cheap one and use it to print a prusa

    •  

      Still couldn’t decide which is better. I think both have their strong points. But had to start somewhere.

  •  

    Own (by backing from kickstarter) it like a year - a solid printer.

    • +3 votes

      Except for a dangerous USB port that can potentially smoke the pc or/and the control board itself, due to the first version of board design defect.

      I was also a backer.

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        Yes totally agree

  • +2 votes

    Ender 3 series are good printers to get introduced to 3D printing. Price point is great right now, and there are alot of upgrades and hacks available. Saying that, mine is still stock standard and I've had no issues.

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      I've got a v2 that I'm struggling to level :(

      • +1 vote

        I had that at the start, then I realised the more I 'adjusted' things the worse the printing experience got. My bed is 'almost' level, it's acceptable without being perfect, and I'm not touching it again :)

        My prints still turn out really good :)