New Flashforge creator pro 3D Printer with upgraded design and free glass bed and printer pro pack exclusive to technologyoutlet UK Official Flashforge Distributor

March 25, 2017 - Comment

The Creator X Pro is the next Generation 3D Printer from Flashforge, based on the proven and highly popular Creator, this 3D printer now includes a rigid metal frame and a precise casting aviation heating bed with greater flatness and even heat distribution, 3 point calibration as well as high quality dual extrusion technology optimised

The Creator X Pro is the next Generation 3D Printer from Flashforge, based on the proven and highly popular Creator, this 3D printer now includes a rigid metal frame and a precise casting aviation heating bed with greater flatness and even heat distribution, 3 point calibration as well as high quality dual extrusion technology optimised for both ABS and PLA. This new design allows higher levels of precision, ease of use and durability.

This 3D Printer has become available thanks to open source technology. With an improved design and at less than two thirds the price of the original, it is the best value fully capable Dual Head 3D printer on the market.

Product Features

  • Open-source software, compatible with different slicing engines, support multiple printing formats
  • Stable dual-extruder structure, support dual-colour and dual-material printing
  • Patented extruder structure, optimized for flexible and normal filament, compatible with other filament in the market

Comments

TheMakerOfThings says:

Fantastic printer. A workhorse for the perfectionist Before I bought my Creator Pro, I’d read a lot of reviews that referred to it as a workhorse, which shone through as very appealing to me after the relentless upkeep issues I’d experienced with my RepRap Pro Fisher. 

Rich says:

Great 3D printer Printer arrived and unpacked and setup with ease. Printer head assembly was a bit fidley but got there in the end. Quality is excellent.Very happy with my purchase.

Graham Walters says:

Dual Extruder problems I’ve had this printer for about 4 months now. 

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