CREALITY to Release CR-5 Pro 3D Printer Delivering Industrial Accuracy on the Desktop

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Creality has announced the launch of a new FFF desktop 3D printer: the CR-5 Pro. With enhanced improvements of hardware, the CR-5 Pro is designed to be a consumer-friendly machine that incorporates a number of important features, making it fit for families, schools, and individual makers alike.

“We are noticing a growing demand for better print quality and more supportive printing materials from consumers, so the CR-5 Pro is here to meet the challenge of making professional-quality 3D printing more accessible. Users will get exact end-use parts from the CR-5 Pro, without sacrificing affordability.” said Creality R&D Engineer Andrew Deng.

The CR-5 Pro is composed of a cartesian axis system, more rigid and accurate than a delta or polar configuration. With an appearance totally different from its predecessor, the CR-5, the enclosed structure of the CR-5 Pro is more formidable with an all-metal, white chamber. Transparent acrylic plates are added on the front, right and left sides, convenient for monitoring real-time printing and helpful for maintaining a constant temperature within the print area. A top enclosure is optional for a DIY upgrade to make the machine completely sealed. Utilizing a single Bowden extrusion system as the filament feeding mechanism, the CR-5 Pro ensures highly stable filament transmission through a PTFE tube to the nozzle in the hot-end, allowing users to increase print speed and precision, without being burdened by a heavy hot-end. Moreover, the hot-end has been upgraded with a newly designed nozzle structure with a powerful cooling fan, which makes it possible to 3D print more flexible filaments such as TPU as well as difficult materials such as ABS. 

Furthermore, the electrical components on the CR-5 Pro include a silent motherboard with an ATMEL 2560 master chip to guarantee smooth motion, effective heat dissipation, and precise voltage control. The quality 24V/350W MeanWell power supply supports voltage adjustment between 115V and 230V, allowing for rapid heating and electrical safety at the same time. The CR-5 Pro leaves users with a silent and safe printing experience.

Operating in a print area of 300*225*380MM, the CR-5 Pro reaches print precision up to 100 microns and XY axis positioning precision of up to 0.012mm, which means there is nothing but flawless smoothness and exacting details on the print surface. The Carborundum glass platform installed on the CR-5 Pro enables final prints to better adhere to the print bed and to be removed with ease, producing final prints without any defects even at its bottom layer. CR-5 Pro can be relied upon to 3D print aesthetically pleasing 3D models for hobbyists as well as professional-grade end-use parts for engineers, artists and researchers.

Other smart supportive features making the CR-5 Pro more attractive include the filament run-out sensor, pause and resume printing mode, and a LED light reminder, leaving users with little hassle during printing process.

The CR-5 Pro will be released next week,  at an affordable price. Reflecting Creality’s pioneering 3D printing industry spirit, the CR-5 pro is sure to build on Creality’s reputation of making 3D printing more reliable and accessible.

About Creality

CREALITY 3D has accumulated more than 5 years of experience in 3D printer research, production, and trading since its establishment in 2014. Our factory is certificated with BSCI and ISO, covers an area of 20,000 square meters, achieving an annual production capacity of over 500,000 pieces. Consisting of professional researchers and skilled engineers, our R&D team has been constantly striving for quality and excellence. Our products, all certified CE, FCC, ROHS, have exported to more than 100 countries including but not limited to France, USA, Australia, Russia, Britain, Germany, Singapore, Egypt, and India, bringing convenience to all walks of life.

For more information, please access to CREALITY official website: http://www.creality.com

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