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This thing works pretty sweet. Printed the Evee Pokemon that came with it for a test model and looks good. Been printing Printable Scenery’s Elven Eyrie. Only failure was printing the door—should have put a raft on. I also printed a telescope from Loot that was supprted for a resin printer and it turned out pretty good. 

 

Now the problem.....is anyone else having problems with the slicer that came with it?  I had to disable my virus software to load it ( webroot).  Then it only opens about one out of ten times. I loaded the newest version Of Cura I could find and it didn’t have an option for the Creality 6SE.  

 

Any suggestions?

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Here's what how the prints look with some paint thrown on to bring out the details. The only clean up I did was zapping them with a heat gun. Certainly not high grade, but better than I was expecting

UPS lied to us - it will not be arriving on Wednesday.   It's already in our grubby, grabby little hands!   And Brigid seems to have already decided which print is hers - it's on

Nope, swiped the image from Artisan Guild, who make the mini.   Eventually the Creality will be joined by another printer, possibly a Saturn, which I think can create prints like that.

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The slicer on the sd card doesn't work right, but there is a new version on creality's website that seems to work fine. Otherwise the facebook group has profiles for the updated Cura and Prusa.

 

 

My fun continues. I got hit with a US Customs bill for a not small amount due to the paperwork having the wrong value on it... Creality told me to pay it and they'll reimburse me, so I'm awaiting their reply to the receipt I forwarded. Sent it on Friday, so hopefully hear back tomorrow or Tuesday.

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7 minutes ago, cmorse said:

The slicer on the sd card doesn't work right, but there is a new version on creality's website that seems to work fine. Otherwise the facebook group has profiles for the updated Cura and Prusa.

 

 

My fun continues. I got hit with a US Customs bill for a not small amount due to the paperwork having the wrong value on it... Creality told me to pay it and they'll reimburse me, so I'm awaiting their reply to the receipt I forwarded. Sent it on Friday, so hopefully hear back tomorrow or Tuesday.

Thanks.  I will try the one from their website again. 

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On 10/11/2020 at 11:31 AM, KruleBear said:

This thing works pretty sweet. Printed the Evee Pokemon that came with it for a test model and looks good. Been printing Printable Scenery’s Elven Eyrie. Only failure was printing the door—should have put a raft on. I also printed a telescope from Loot that was supprted for a resin printer and it turned out pretty good. 

 

Now the problem.....is anyone else having problems with the slicer that came with it?  I had to disable my virus software to load it ( webroot).  Then it only opens about one out of ten times. I loaded the newest version Of Cura I could find and it didn’t have an option for the Creality 6SE.  

 

Any suggestions?

 

I've not had a problem with the Creality Slicer downloaded from their website except for not being able to find a vase mode.  

 

On a different note: I think someone in the 3D printing forum here linked to a video on how to set this printer up and one thing that seems to make a difference is to level the printer after pre-heating it.  

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40 minutes ago, lowlylowlycook said:

 

I've not had a problem with the Creality Slicer downloaded from their website except for not being able to find a vase mode.  

 

On a different note: I think someone in the 3D printing forum here linked to a video on how to set this printer up and one thing that seems to make a difference is to level the printer after pre-heating it.  

After several hours of messing with the software I ended up disabling the MS and Webroot software and downloading the older slicer from their website and it seemed to work fine. I kept having problems with the one called out for the 6 SE. Definately seems to be some type of security issue on my PC. 

 

I was seeing some stringing and increasing the retraction distance a couple mm seemed to fix it

 

I had a failed print today....but to be fair, I didn’t review the slice very closely before printing and it was from a different supplier than I normally used. It had some adhesion problems at the start. The default bed temp is cooler than what I use on the Anycubic, so that may have contributed as well.  So far really happy with it. I have a couple 48 hour prints I want to do, so need to get the parameters tweaked.

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