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Creality exhibits multiple new desktop 3D printing technologies

Including the new K1C, Ender-3 V3, Ender-3 V3 KE, and CR-10 SE

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Creality, a global leader in desktop 3D printing, recently exhibited its latest developments at the CES 2024 tech event in Las Vegas, including the new K1C, Ender-3 V3, Ender-3 V3 KE (all featuring Creality OS), and CR-10 SE that showcased the company’s continuous efforts to democratize 3D printing.

Building on the success of the K1 series, Creality’s K1C boasts a max speed of 600mm/s and an all-metal extruder – enabling superior filament compatibility including carbon fiber. Its out-of-the-box experience features auto-calibration, an AI camera for real-time error alerts, and a silent mode.

The Ender-3 V3, the latest addition to the Ender series, introduces a CoreXZ structure for swift motion components, precise Z-axis, and dual-axis parallelism – also resulting in a max print speed of up to 600mm/s.

The Ender-3 V3 KE offers intelligent self-checks, remote printing, a maximum speed of 500mm/s, precision ball linear guides, dual-side cooling, and material flexibility, providing efficiency and quality.

Targeting advanced users, the CR-10 SE boasts automatic first-layer leveling with CR Touch and pressure sensors. It excels in high-speed printing, supports various filaments, and achieves a maximum print speed of 600mm/s.

Creality exhibits multiple new desktop 3D printing technologies, including the K1C, Ender-3 V3, Ender-3 V3 KE, and CR-10 SE.

“In 2014, the four founders of Creality met at an industry exhibition and were captivated by the overwhelming wave of 3D printing. Why did 3D printing have to be so far away from ordinary people? With the intention of changing the industry and the mission of bringing 3D printing to thousands, Creality was founded in 2014. And for that same reason, we are here at CES,” said William WU, Overseas Sales Director at Creality. “We are steadfast in our commitment to innovation, sustainability, and unlocking new possibilities in the dynamic world of 3D printing – to truly uphold and practice our slogan of ‘imagine it, make it.’ And that is for everyone – like I said, we’re ever-committed to making 3D printing accessible to everyone. To make that happen, we’re ever-committed to making 3D printing usable, smart, affordable, versatile, and enjoyable. As we propel into 2024, our vision remains clear: the evangelist for the 3D printing industry – that knows no bounds.”

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