The Best Budget Belt 3D Printer: the Creality 3DPrintMill – 3DPrint.com | The Voice of 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing

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Creality, known for its quality desktop 3D printers and high market share in the 3D printing industry, launched on November 9, 2020 an innovative new 3D printer, the 3DPrintMill.
The 3DPrintMill is a great, affordable option for a belt-based 3D printer. Similar belt-based printers currently on the market are designed for industrial purpose and can cost around €10,000.
The 3DPrintMill will be affordable at roughly one-tenth the price of competitive models. In addition, you can save up to 50% if you purchase it via Kickstarter. It will not be available elsewhere until Creality’s Kickstarter campaign has fulfilled all of its backers’ orders.

Features of the 3DPrintMill:

45° angled hot-end which allows for longer prints. Maximum build length is no longer a barrier, due to the use of a built-in conveyor belt. The hot-end is also adjustable to 15°, 25° and 35° through the use of accessories.
Conveyor belt which will synergize with the 45° angled hot-end to deliver seemingly endless printing. The printed model will eventually roll off the belt. Users can leave the printer unattended until it finishes printing. All the prints can be retrieved from the collection area at the end.
32-bit silent motherboard to create a desirable printing experience. Users will no longer need to …

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