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Creality CR-6 SE 3D Printer Debuts on Kickstarter with over 1,000 Backers in One Hour

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On May 6th, Chinese 3D printer brand Creality made its first crowdfunding project debut on Kickstarter with its latest 3D printer, the CR-6 SE, featuring an innovative leveling-free tech to provide users with the most hassle-free 3D printing user experience. The highly anticipated project kicked off with over 1,000 backers within one hour.

The Creality CR-6 SE accomplished its crowdfunding goal of $100,000 within 7 minutes. Within 20 minutes, the funding level reached $200,000, doubling its pledge goal. By May 12th, the project had already had nearly 4,000 backers with a total of $1,389,284.

Recently, the Creality CR-6 SE crowdfunding project created quite a craze within the 3D printing community. The CR-6 SE has been featured in 3D printing media, including All3DP.com, 3D Printing Industry, Geek Gadgets, 3DToday, and more. The project was praised as a “Project We Love” by Kickstarter just five hours into the campaign.

CR-6 SE is a workhorse 3D printer designed for those who define creativity, enabling the move from conception to creation of physical objects more quickly. Featuring an inventive leveling-free device, CR-6 SE helps solve one of the age-old issues in 3D printing, namely the bed leveling problem, providing a much easier 3D printing solution than ever before for pros, hobbyists, newbies, and anyone else.

Other highlights of the CR-6 SE include a modularized nozzle for encouraging ease in nozzle maintenance and tinkering, ergonomic extruder for effortless filament feed-in, Trinamic motion controller for precise motion and silent printing under 30dB. The machine is of a modular architecture, which comes in five different parts requiring only five minutes to assemble. Trouble-free 3D printing starts with the CR-6 SE right out of the box.

Launched on Kickstarter at 9 P.M. May 6th (GMT +8), the CR-6 SE is available for order from May 6th to June 6th on Kickstarter, for delivery in July 2020. The regular retail price of CR-6 SE is tagged at $429. Super early birds can seize the opportunity to save up to $164 at the flash sale price of $265. Savings can also be realized when purchasing more than five units. For more detailed information and to order CR-6 SE, please visit:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1001939425/creality-cr-6-se-leveling-free-diy-3d-printer-kit?ref=ch8169

Special price per piece:
Flash Sale Price at $265
Super Early Bird Price at $299
Early Bird Price at $319
Kickstarter Special Price at $339

Special Pack Price for Multi-pieces:

2 Pieces for $628
3 Pieces for $942
5 pieces for $1545
10 pieces for $3090
20 pieces for $6180

Harnessing the power of 3D printing shouldn’t be as expensive and complicated as it has been. CR-6 SE is such a simple and robust 3D printer, featuring an intelligent leveling-free system for superior accuracy. With its Early Bird Price pricing at $319, CR-6 SE provides easy 3D printing solutions with great affordability.

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