Prime Day deal: Save up to 50% on Creality 3D printers
Creality is smashing prices on selected 3D printers for Amazon Prime Day - including the just-released K1 Max.
Creality is going all out this Amazon Prime Day with big savings on its 3D printing range.
The deals on offer include the Creality K1, a speed-oriented FDM 3D printer that only launched a few weeks ago.
Initially unveiled with a price tag of $999, it is now selling for a more wallet-friendly $899.
Creality has also slashed the price of the HALOT-ONE PRO resin 3D printer - down from $724.50 to $362.25. That's a massive 50% off the RRP!
If you've been contemplating stepping into the world of 3D printing, this is a good cost-effective way to get started.
Here are the links to buy:
$60 off HALOT-MAGE 8K Printer Combo |
Boasting a 10.3-inch masking LCD, 8K high resolution, an air purifier and a 228x128x230mm build volume, the HALOT-MAGE 8K is ideal for creating meticulously detailed models and miniatures. The package includes the 3D printer, two high-precision resins and a UW-01 Washing/Curing Machine.
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For a limited time, customers who purchase this printer will receive a complimentary one-year subscription to the Creality Cloud valued at $79.99. (Creality Cloud grants access to over 250 premium models, built-in model slicing capabilities and cloud printing and monitoring features.)
In addition, the Creality Store is offering discounts of up to 50% to align with the Amazon Prime Day event. The deals will be available from July 10 to July 16, 2023.
About the Creality K1 range
The Creality K1 and K1 Max are high-speed FDM 3D printers designed for hobbyists interested in creating larger models. With a top speed of 600mm/s, they claim to be the fastest printers available, whereas some models prioritize precision and quality over speed, capping at 50mm/s.
The printers achieve their impressive speed by incorporating a G-sensor in the printhead. This sensor measures the printer's resonance frequency and effectively analyses and mitigates any disturbances in the motion system, even at high speeds.
Both models feature a ceramic heater surrounding the hotend, which rapidly melts the filament. Within just 40 seconds, the hotend can reach a temperature of up to 200℃, ensuring smooth filament flow to match the faster printing speed.
The K1 Max also comes equipped with an AI camera that monitors the printing process in real-time, alerting users to anomalies and errors. Additionally, the printers are fully enclosed, creating a stable environment with consistent ambient temperature and no drafts.
About the Creality HALOT-MAGE range
Boasting a 10.3in masking LCD and 8K resolution, the Creality HALOT-MAGE promises to deliver more intricate details and smoother surfaces than traditional FDM printers. It is also capable of sizeable builds with a maximum volume of 228x128x230mm (6712cm³).
According to Creality, it solves some of the user frustrations commonly found in resin printing, such as slow speed, resin recovery and resin odour. The included flip lid is designed for one-hand operation and saves room on the user's workspace. It also blocks 99.89% of ambient UV light for minimal interference.
Established in Shenzhen in 2014, Creality has quickly established itself as a global leader in 3D printing. With a comprehensive product lineup that includes FDM and resin 3D printers, 3D scanners, laser engravers, and filaments, Creality caters to the needs of enthusiasts, professional designers, schools and enterprises.
With a global reach that extends to more than 100 countries and regions, it has shipped over 5 million 3D printers worldwide.
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