Creality Ender 5 vs Kingroon KP3S
- Great for quick builds
- Capable of some really nice prints and good speeds
- Insanely customizeable/upgradeable
- Silent control board (not that it matters, see below)
- Fans are VERY loud
- Great for hobbyists
- Quiet operation
- Linear rails
- Easily flashable main board
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Repeatable print failure, possibly overheating driver
This is the first Creality product I've ever bought, and the last I will ever waste money on. I've had six different printers now and this has more problems than every other one combined. The repeatable failure is a massive layer shift on the X axis at the same layer, in the same direction, with the same distance every time; the bed doesn't move, I've tried adjusting the belt tension, the carriage tension, and different code from different computers, different SD cards, and different filament, but nothing has fixed this. This is the final straw and I just don't want to deal with this printer anymore
10 months ago
Filament Yoda - Hm the jury is not happy
This printer has a niche for me it repeatedly prints 10 minutes parts very small. However a few times has frozen on me and it could have potential for parts that last 3-4 hours but because I had it freeze intermittently about 10 times so far in two weeks really makes it unreliable. Even with that I ordered a second one to get more tests done. Another thing is that Kingroon actually sell all metal heat breaks on their website for their particular printer and you can upgrade this
1 year ago
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