Creality Sermoon D3 Pro: Closed 3D printer
With the Sermoon D3 Pro, Creality now offers a powerful 3D printer with two hotends. The offset is automatically taken into account for the second hotend. It is advertised as having high accuracy and a flexible printing plate.
3D printers are now also available at very affordable prices. The Sermoon D3 Pro, on the other hand, is aimed at demanding customers and therefore also has a second hotend that should enable extrusion changes without wasting time. The XYZ offset of the second hotend should be determined automatically, which should be faster and more accurate than manual handling. Creality puts the maximum flow rate at 32 mm³/s and the maximum possible printing temperature at 300 °C. The high printing speed also makes the model ideal for commercial use.
The 43 kilogram 3D printer can print models measuring up to 290 x 220 x 300 millimeters. Printing of PLA, PETG, PET, PVA, PA and ABS is supported, among other things. In contrast to particularly affordable models, the Sermoon D3 Pro is included. The pressure chamber is heated evenly to 60°C, which prevents temperature-related deformations and guarantees a strong bond between the individual layers. The printing plate can be heated up to 120 °C. The matt surface of the printing plate is intended to create a fine and smooth underside of the model – since the printing plate itself is also flexible, finished prints should be easy to remove.
Not surprisingly, leveling is automatic and printing can continue even after a power outage. There is a camera and the 4.3-inch touchscreen is intended to ensure easy operation. WiFi, USB and Ethernet are also available. An air filter is installed.
The Sermoon D3 Pro is now available directly from the manufacturer at a price of 3,019 euros.
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