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Printing method: FDM
Supply voltage: 115 V / 230 V AC
Power: 350 W
Nozzle diameter: standard: 0.4 mm
Supported filament: PLA, ABS, TPU, PETG
Filament diameter: 1.75 mm
Print thickness: 0.05 mm to 0.35 mm
Printing accuracy: +/- 0.1 mm
Extruder type: Direct drive
Display: 4.3'' LCD (knob controlled)
Operating mode: USB (USB Type-C), SD card
Print size: 220 x 220 x 270 mm
Nozzle temperature: 260°C
Table temperature: 100°C
Printer dimensions: 487 x 453 x 622 mm
Weight: 9.1 kg
Another version of Creality's popular Ender-3 series 3D printer, the Ender-3 S1 has a dual Z-axis and a powerful direct drive extruder designed to work with flexible filaments. The 3D printer also features a CR-Touch leveling sensor and a quiet 32-bit motherboard. The working area of the device is 220 x 220 x 270 mm. The dimensions of the Ender-3 S1 design are 487 x 453 x 622 mm. The set consists of partially assembled elements, so the assembly takes several minutes.
Powerful direct drive extruder
The Creality Ender-3 S1 has a built-in direct drive extruder. The manufacturer's proprietary two-speed extruder has two metal gears operating at a gear ratio of 1:3.5. With a contact force of up to 80 N, the extruder ensures smooth, slip-free filament feeding. It works efficiently even when printing flexible materials, such as TPU. Compared to other direct drive extruders, the Creality's design is lighter and features more precise positioning.
Simplified leveling process
The Ender-3 S1 is equipped with Creality 's proprietary 16-point CR-Touch leveling sensor. It avoids the hassle of manually leveling the workbench. Simple and easy to use, the intelligent leveling system can automatically compensate for the printing height of different points on the workbench.
Dual Z-axis in Creality Ender-3 S1
With dual stepper motors and trapezoidal screws in the Z-axis, the Ender-3 S1 runs smoother and more stable. The coordinated operation of the Z-axis drive components reduces the risk of lines and bulges on the sides of the 3D print, thus improving print quality.