Flashforge Creator Pro 3D Printer
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Flashforge Creator Pro 3D Printer
Introducing the latest revision of the Flashforge Creator 3D Printer, the Creator Pro. This new model offers all the performance of the previous Creator printers but with further improvements making it one of the best value for money printers available.
Some of the changes include a one piece acrylic cover, improved side handles, angled LCD and control panel for easier viewing and an updated power supply. You can now also take advantage of Flashforge's slicer, Flashprint.
Upgraded from the outside in, the Creator Pro is a very reliable 3D printer with excellent precision on and professional quality. The sturdy metal frame increases stability of the printer's moving parts. A metal paltform support and 10mm Z-axis guide rods allow for precise movement of the Z-axis. The build plate is also made from 6.3 mm aircraft grade aluminium.
The Creator Pro comes with a stylish and user friendly design. With all new moulded plastic panels, everything fits together perfectly. There is a new moulded top cover to help keep chamber temperatures constant, external handles, 180 degree opening door and larger leveling knobs to make it easier to adjust. The LCD panel has also been tilted back to
Thanks to the proprietary dual extrusion system and enclosed chamber, the Creator Pro can print a wide range of materials including ABS, PLA, PVA, TPU and even composite materials such as Colorfab's Woodfill, Copperfill, Brassfill and more.
Packing Size: 600 x 465 x 575 mm
Actual Size: 476 x 332 x 383 mm
Packing Weight: 21.5 kg
Actual Weight: 13.5 kg
Positioning Precision: 0.0001” on Z axis, 0.0004” on XY plane
Build Volume: 8.9” x 5.7” x 5.9”
Filament Compatibility: ABS / PLA
Included In the Box
FLASHFORGE Creator PRO
Two Spools of Filament (1 kg ABS and 1 kg PLA)
2GB SD Card
" FFORGE-CPRO2016-NO,,Flashforge Creator Pro 2016 3D Printer,,, FFORGE-CPRO2016-S3D,,Flashforge Creator Pro 2016 3D Printer with Simplify3d™ Software,,, FFORGE-GUIDER2,,Flashforge Guider 2 3D Printer,"
The newest model in the Flashforge family boasts a sealed printing enclosure to keep heat in and reduce the warping issues associated with ABS. It also has a 3.5" LCD touchsreen panel allowing easy access to printer settings without the need for a laptop. Important printing information is also displayed during printing such as extruder temperature, bed temperature, print progress and print time. With Wifi connectivity you can easily transfer your files from your PC to the onboard 4gig memory without having to plug in a USB cable or SD card. The Flashprint software makes arranging your parts for printing quick and easy with it's intuitive layout and fast slicer. You can even use open source slicers such as Slic3r if you prefer!
- Model: Dreamer
- Dimensions: 485 x 400 x 335mm
- Supported Files: STL
- Software: FlashPrint
- Operating Systems: Linux, OSX and Windows
- Print Inputs: SD Card or USB
- Input Voltage: AC100-240v, 50/60Hz
- Power: 300W
- Resolution: 0.1-0.2mm
- Build Envelope: 230 x 150 x 150mm
- Build Platform Max Temp: 120°c
- Supported Filaments: ABS/PLA
- Filament Diameter: 1.75
Flasforge Creator Pro 3D printerBy: Peter Sanders on 13 October 2020This is my second 3D printer and a great improvement in many ways. The Quick start guide is comprehensive and easy to follow, as is the LCD display on the machine itself. I've only used PLA so far and I'm itching to have a crack at some ABS, although I'm going to have to relocate to a better-ventilated area for that. I really like that the unit can print from an SD card and doesn't have to have a computer attached, which makes that relocation easy. My previous printer had about a 3%-4% random error in the overall dimensions of the article produced which is no good at all for engineering work. Thankfully the Creator Pro is very much better in that regard, showing excellent repeatability in the PLA prototypes I produced so far. A great printer at a great price, who could ask for more?
Rock Solid8 September 2020I'm very happy with the printer. It was very easy to set up, and has been printing very nice prints since day one. The only thing I have changed is the addition of a filament guide at teh back which was quickly found on Thingiverse and itself printed without issue.
Creator Pro FlashforgeBy: Kim on 22 July 2020Great printer for the beginner easy to use, not very noisy which is a bonus. The only downside to this machine is the filament slips off the spools and gets caught around the spool holder at the back of the machine. I had to make a bracket to stop this from happening, it was an easy fix, other than that a great little machine.
Creator ProBy: Jack den Boer on 14 July 2020Coming from a Flashforge Adventurer 3 I noticed some distinctive differences. Firstly, feeding the filament into the Creator Pro is much more clumsy then into the Adventurer. It is very hard to get the (curlsome) filament into the small plastic guide then in the Adventurer. Then the Pro (unlike the Adventurer) does not automatically take up the filament unless it is pressed up hard against the print heads. This is further complicated by the filament holders placed at the back, which makes them harder to reach then the side-fed Adventurer. Add to that the size of the original filament roll holders that tend to let other spools fall off the back. These issues can be somewhat improved by printing out some extras from Thingiverse.com. The display window does not (again unlike the Adventurer) display the (remaining) printing time. The bigger build-plate and the dual print heads are 2 of the main features why I bought the Creator Pro. These impressions are from 2 weeks working with the Creator Pro
Great printer Especially for the PriceBy: Alex on 25 June 2020After using this for a week it seems like a great printer, the Dual head is great for different filament types, and the included software is quite easy to use. Seems like a good printer at this price point.