Introducing the Creality CR-10 SE: Precision Meets Performance

The Creality CR-10 SE 3D printer on a workbench next to several 3D prints.
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Creality, one of the leading 3D printer manufacturers, is proud to announce its Creality CR-10 SE 3D printer. It is a state-of-the-art machine that aims to help advanced users with their 3D printing needs.

The company has listened to its users and improved upon common challenges in 3D printing, like achieving the optimal first layer. By learning from industry experts and the strengths of their existing product line-up, Creality has created the CR-10 SE, a feature-rich 3D printer with the goal of delivering you both ease of use and high performance.

Creality CR-10 SE Specifications
Price Creality
Build Volume 220x220x265 mm
Product Dimensions 490x470x625 mm
Printing Speed ≤600 mm/s
Acceleration 8000 mm/s²
Printing Accuracy 100±0.1 mm
Layer Height 0.1-0.35 mm
Filament Diameter 1.75 mm
File Transfer USB drive, LAN printing, cloud printing
Nozzle Diameter 0.4mm (default)
Build Surface Flexible build plate
Nozzle Kit Heatbreak: copper + titanium alloys

Nozzle: hardened steel

Nozzle Temperature ≤300°C
Heatbed Temperature ≤110°C
Extruder “Sprite” direct drive extruder
Leveling Mode Auto leveling
Display Screen 4.3″ touch screen
Mainboard 32-bit mainboard
Connectivity USB drive, WiFi
Printable File Format G-code
Power Loss Recovery Yes
Filament Runout Sensor Yes
Lighting Kit Yes
AI LiDAR Optional
Camera Optional
Rated Voltage 100-120V~, 200-240V~, 50/60Hz
Rated Power 350W
Slicing Software Creality Print, Cura, Simplify3D, PrusaSlicer
Formats for Slicing STL, OBJ, 3MF, STEP
Supported Filaments PLA, PETG, PET, TPU, PLA Wood, ABS, ASA, PA, PLA-CF
UI Languages English, Español, Deutsche, Français, Pусский, Português, Italiano, Türk, 日本語, 中文

First Layer Optimization

The CR-10 SE 3D printer is optimized for giving you a smooth first layer. Not only does it use a CR-Touch leveling sensor, it also uses pressure sensors to automatically level the bed and compensate for unevenness in the print surface. No longer do you need to spend time manually leveling the bed before you can enjoy perfect first layers.

Stable and Precise Linear Guides

You’ll find that the CR-10 SE uses precision linear guides on both the X- and Y-axis to deliver accurate 3D printing results. With a friction coefficient as low as 0.04, the motion system gives a reliable and smooth performance. Because of the high quality steel used in the construction of the bearings, you can expect these results to be long-lasting.

Side view of the Creality CR-10 SE in front of a white background.

Powerful Electronics

With a dual-core 1.2 Ghz processor and 8 GB of RAM, the Creality CR-10 SE has plenty of capacity for high-speed 3D printing. The 3D printer uses this processing power for multiple optimized algorithms, such as those related to ripple and flow control. In practice, these give finer details and better overall performance.

In addition, the CR-10 SE runs on CrealityOS, giving you a responsive and user-friendly interface that allows you to share data and commands with other connected devices.

High-Speed Printing

The 600 mm/s maximum print speed and 8000 mm/s² acceleration of the Creality CR-10 SE give you access to a fast and efficient 3D printer.

To ensure that freshly extruded filament cools in time, the machine uses an independent 12000 RPM print cooling fan. Along with a U-shaped duct, this creates a powerful solution that improves results with bridging, overhangs, and the fine features of your 3D prints.

Sprite Direct Extruder

Just like many of Creality’s other 3D printers, like the Ender-3 S1 the CR-10 SE uses the popular “Sprite” direct drive extruder. With a 1:3.5 gear ratio, it is capable of delivering extrusion forces up to 65 Newton. Its gearing system also allows for snappy retractions, and its supported filament path improves results with flexible 3D printing materials.

Front view of the Creality CR-10 SE on a blank background.

High-Flow Hot End

If you want to 3D print fast, you’ll need a powerful hot end. This is exactly why the Creality CR-10 SE uses a 60W ceramic heating element. It evenly melts a wide range of materials up to 300°C, along with flow rates of up to 32 mm³ per second.

To help with heat dissipation, the hot end uses a copper-titanium alloy heat break. In combination with its hardened steel nozzle, it creates a reliable hot end that you can use to tackle many projects.

Many Features for Increased Creativity

You can use the Creality CR-10 SE with a wide variety of filaments. From flexible materials to high-temperature and high-strength filaments, the CR-10 can help you materialize your most exciting 3D printing ideas.

Aside from controlling the 3D printer from your computer, you can also control it from your smartphone, or even set up a multi-machine control solution for a 3D printing farm.

No matter your goals, Creality is dedicated to improving your 3D printing experience and helping you turn your creative ideas into reality. The CR-10 SE marks a new era in this adventure.

Regardless of whether you are just starting out with 3D printing or if you are a knowledgeable veteran, you can use the capabilities of the CR-10 SE to enhance your experience. Make the most of this opportunity and check out this 3D printer while it is available for only $459

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