3d printers

Unleash your creative side with Creality 3D printers, engravers and cloud partnership

Known for its expertise in 3D printers and accessories, Creality continues to lead the market with its new releases and expansive cloud storage.

At the “Make it NEO-Creality Summer Upgrade” event on August 5, Creality introduced the Ender-3 V2 Neo 3D Printer ($299), the Ender-3 Max Neo 3D Printer ($369), the HALOT-RAY Resin 3D Printer ($669), and CR-Laser Falcon 10W Engraver ($519), which are great examples of how 3D printing can be made accessible to many.


Ender-3 V2 Neo 3D Printer

The Ender-3 V2 Neopriced at $299, doesn’t require complex hardware or a professional to get started.

Using the new user interface, you can preview what you intend to print before actually printing it. Once you’re ready to print, you’ll be delighted with how quiet the Ender-3 V2 Neo is – less than 50dB – so you can continue printing while you sleep undisturbed.

Labeled by Creality as easy and accurate printing, it features stable design, smooth surface and CR touch auto-leveling to achieve accurate printing.


Ender-3 Max Neo 3D Printer

With a larger build volume, the Ender-3 Max Neopriced at $369, allows skilled 3D printers and aspiring designers to explore more ambitious prints.

Thanks to the 300x300x320mm build volume, it’s ideal for users jumping over the beginner starting line, looking for something a little more challenging.

Utilizing two Z axes, a timing belt and two motors, the Ender-3 Max Neo remains stable and delivers high print accuracy with every cycle.

HALOT-RAY resin 3D printer

For 3D printing enthusiasts who are looking for fine details for their work, this HALOT-RAY a resin printer priced at $699 might be a go-to option. It is powered by Creality’s self-developed Integral Light Source technology and can print 0.1mm micro supports for complex models.

Plus, you can take HALOT-RAY convenience to the next level by downloading HALOT BOX custom slicing software; it can detect problems with models and fix them automatically before slicing.


CR Laser Hawk

with printers, CR-Laser Falcon 10W, priced at $519, will bring you more artistic possibilities. With a 10W laser module, it can cut a wooden board up to 12mm in one pass and engrave on objects as hard as stainless steel. The focal spot of the laser is compressed to 0.06mm, so if you’re looking for a laser engraver that can present all the detail you expect, this is a premium choice.

Creality Cloud Developer Partner Program

Creality’s free cloud subscription gives you access to an extensive library of 3D models, as well as a host of features such as the ability to control printers remotely, access time-lapse videos, an integrated slicer, a cloud storage and more.

Think you have what it takes to share your creations and illustrations with the Creality community? Well now you can with Creality Creator Partner Program.

Sell ​​your 3D model designs and earn Cuvacoin rewards for the popularity of your design and redeem Creality products and gift cards. The program is a great way to showcase your work and get the recognition it deserves.

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Creality’s free cloud membership gives you access to a vast library of 3D models to explore. It also includes a host of features such as the ability to control printers remotely, access to time lapse videos, an integrated slicer, cloud storage and much more.

However, the Premium cloud subscription ($59.99/year or $5.99 per month) not only offers cloud storage, but 14 other benefits as well as special offers.

3D printing made easy

If you’ve ever dreamed of making 3D printing a hobby, or even a career, Creality can help you do it on your own with its multitude of affordable and easy-to-use products.