Creality Ender-5 S1 Parameters: Printing Technology: FDM Max.Printing Speed: ≤250mm/s Power Loss Recovery: Yes Build Volume: 220 x 220 x 280mm Typical Printing Speed: ≤120mm/s Filament Runout Sensor: Yes Product Dimensions: 425 x 460 x 570mm Acceleration: 2000mm/s2 Rated Voltage: 100-120V~,200-240V~, 50/60Hz Package Dimensions: 528 x 474 x 340mm Nozzle Type: Brass nozzlex1 Rated Power: 350W Net Weight: 12.2kg Nozzle Diameter: Standard 0.4mm File Transfer: SD card, USB Type-C cable Gross Weight: 14.7kg Printing Accuracy: ±0.1mm File Formats: STL,OBJ,AMF Extruder Type: ''Sprite''dual-gear direct drive extruder Layer Height: 0.05-0.35mm Supported Filaments: PLA, PETG, ABS, TPU, PC, ASA, HIPS Extruder Material: All metal Filament Diameter: 1.75mm Leveling Mode: CR Touch auto-leveling Nozzle Temperature: ≤300℃ Slicing Software: Creality Slicer, Creality Print, Cura, Repetier-Host, Simplify3D Mainboard: 32-bit silent mainboard Heatbed Temperature: ≤110℃ Display Screen: 4.3inch color touch screen Build Surface: PC spring steel sheet Ul Languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Russian, Portuguese, Italian, Turkish, Chinese

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Creality Ender-5 S1 Parameters: Printing Technology: FDM Max.Printing Speed: ≤250mm/s Power Loss Recovery: Yes Build Volume: 220 x 220 x 280mm Typical Printing Speed: ≤120mm/s Filament Runout Sensor: Yes Product Dimensions: 425 x 460 x 570mm Acceleration: 2000mm/s2 Rated Voltage: 100-120V~,200-240V~, 50/60Hz Package Dimensions: 528 x 474 x 340mm Nozzle Type: Brass nozzlex1 Rated Power: 350W Net Weight: 12.2kg Nozzle Diameter: Standard 0.4mm File Transfer: SD card, USB Type-C cable Gross Weight: 14.7kg Printing Accuracy: ±0.1mm File Formats: STL,OBJ,AMF Extruder Type: ''Sprite''dual-gear direct drive extruder Layer Height: 0.05-0.35mm Supported Filaments: PLA, PETG, ABS, TPU, PC, ASA, HIPS Extruder Material: All metal Filament Diameter: 1.75mm Leveling Mode: CR Touch auto-leveling Nozzle Temperature: ≤300℃ Slicing Software: Creality Slicer, Creality Print, Cura, Repetier-Host, Simplify3D Mainboard: 32-bit silent mainboard Heatbed Temperature: ≤110℃ Display Screen: 4.3inch color touch screen Build Surface: PC spring steel sheet Ul Languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Russian, Portuguese, Italian, Turkish, Chinese

Creality Ender-5 S1 Parameters: Printing Technology: FDM Max.Printing Speed: ≤250mm/s Power Loss Recovery: Yes Build Volume: 220 x 220 x 280mm Typical Printing Speed: ≤120mm/s Filament Runout Sensor: Yes Product Dimensions: 425 x 460 x 570mm Acceleration: 2000mm/s2 Rated Voltage: 100-120V~,200-240V~, 50/60Hz Package Dimensions: 528 x 474 x 340mm Nozzle Type: Brass nozzlex1 Rated Power: 350W Net Weight: 12.2kg Nozzle Diameter: Standard 0.4mm File Transfer: SD card, USB Type-C cable Gross Weight: 14.7kg Printing Accuracy: ±0.1mm File Formats: STL,OBJ,AMF Extruder Type: ''Sprite''dual-gear direct drive extruder Layer Height: 0.05-0.35mm Supported Filaments: PLA, PETG, ABS, TPU, PC, ASA, HIPS Extruder Material: All metal Filament Diameter: 1.75mm Leveling Mode: CR Touch auto-leveling Nozzle Temperature: ≤300℃ Slicing Software: Creality Slicer, Creality Print, Cura, Repetier-Host, Simplify3D Mainboard: 32-bit silent mainboard Heatbed Temperature: ≤110℃ Display Screen: 4.3inch color touch screen Build Surface: PC spring steel sheet Ul Languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Russian, Portuguese, Italian, Turkish, Chinese

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The hotend features a titanium alloy heatbreak with low thermal conductivity, designed to prevent the onset of heat creep. The corrugated heat sink provides a larger surface area in a smaller volume for the silent axial flow fan to do its work, ensuring that the filament is cooled before reaching the hot zone. Corrugated fins. (Image credit: Creality) The Ender-5 S1 is the first to feature high-temperature printing in the Ender-5 series, and it is made possible by Creality’s self-developed all-metal “Sprite” direct drive extruder. The “Sprite” features dual gears with a 1:3.5 gear ratio, delivering a powerful and uniform 80N extrusion force, making it particularly well suited for printing flexible filaments like TPU. All-metal Sprite extruder. (Image credit: Creality)

One thing that particularly impressed me is cable management. A 3D printer, especially once you’ve added some extras – and the Ender 5 S1 isn’t short of those – has a lot of cables running around it. Creality have gone to some lengths to make sure all the wiring on this machine is kept neatly out of the way. Between integrated clips on the frame, and an assortment of cable ties and very smart little snap-in cable retainers, everything is kept nicely secured except the main harness running to the print head, and even that comes with a clip to attach it to the PTFE Bowden tube that carries the filament. The Phil-A-Ment print came out great with good overhang quality, but again, significant ringing can be seen on some sections of the model. Other than that, the extrusion quality is nice, and it’s a good print. I’ve been very impressed with the Creality Ender-5 S1 and would highly recommend it for its speed, accuracy and ease of use. Alternative 3d printers from Creality Sunon MF40202V2-1000U-A99 – 40 x 20 mm, powerful airflow, and reasonably low sound output for the performance. Micro Swiss All-Metal Hot End– An extremely popular option among DIYers – simple, effective, and reliable.However, the difference between 120 and 250 mm/s may not matter much, because the actual speed difference is tiny. On a Benchy the difference is only 3 minutes. This is because the machine needs to accelerate to the top speed, then slow down before turning a corner. Just like your car, it can’t reach top speeds instantaneously. Even if a print covers the entire bed it will rarely hit the maximum speed. Printing on the Creality Ender 5 S1 Palette– a paid for upgrade, the Palette is an add-on filament splicer that allows you to mix and match colors and material types. It’s compatible with both the Ender 3 and Ender 5. By now you’re probably asking yourself the same question many of us have. If the Creality Ender 3 is such a powerhouse, then why pay more for the Ender 5?

For the first time in the Ender series, a secure aviation connector is included for safe and stable power and data transmission. The printer does require some assembly but is very straightforward with good instructions I had it up and running in a little over an hour. This 3D printer isn’t exactly pre-assembled; a growing number of machines are coming as a couple of sub-assemblies that can be put together in a few minutes. With the Ender 5 S1 you have to build the thing, but this is a much simpler task than building our Ender 3 was. There are four main components – the upper and lower frames, the Z axis drive mechanism and the build plate – then the vertical frame members and a handful of smaller components.The Ender 5 has seen a lot of improvement between the Pro and S1 editions. It’s now faster, easier to level, less likely to jam and more sturdy to prevent vibrations from marring prints. It would be nice if the Ender 5 S1 also came with a more durable bed surface, but this is a part you can easily upgrade when needed. E3D Titan– over the E3D once again, this time with a direct drive upgrade suited to the Ender 5. A quality product that won’t cost an arm and a leg. In addition to the upgraded “Sprite” extruder, the Ender-5 S1 is equipped with extra cooling technology to deliver premium performance. A pair of “Urus” air ducts mounted alongside the nozzle channels guide the strong air flow generated by a large 5015 fan to directly cool the freshly printed section.



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