Creality CR-10 Mini

Easy-to-use 3D printer with a large amount of space

  • Large build space
  • Heated bed
  • Easy to set up
  • High printing accuracy

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Item no.: CRE-1001010019, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 0715235124765

  • Large build space
  • Heated bed
  • Easy to set up
  • High printing accuracy

Product information & technical details

Item no.: CRE-1001010019
Manufacturer No.: 1001010019
Manufacturers: Creality
Content: 1 pc
Discount : 10% & more, 20% & more
Product types: 3D Printers
Assembly: Assembly kit
Printing Technology: FFF - FDM - LPD
Printer Display: LCD Display
Supporting Operating Systems: Windows (7 +), Mac OS X (10.7 +), Linux (Ubuntu 12.04 +)
Extruder: Single
Interfaces: SD card
Supported Formats: STL, OBJ
Heated building board: Yes
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm
Building platform : 220 x 220 x 300 mm


The Creality3D CR-10-Mini is a smaller version of the hugely popular CR-10 series. This 3D printer has a sturdy all-metal frame and a heated bed. It ensures high accuracy and impressive production quality.

The Creality CR-10 Mini is designed for immediate use with PLA and PETG. For the processing of more exotic materials such as TPU, TPE or WOOD, we recommend an all-metal hot-end upgrade. If you want to print ABS 3D, you need a closed chamber.

This 3D printer is very easy to set up and you can be up and running within an hour. All you have to do is connect the top and bottom frames and connect some cables (no soldering required). All tools for installation are included.

Main features:

  • Large space
  • High printing accuracy
  • Patented technology
  • Solid all-metal frame
  • Easy to set up
  • Fast 3D printing speed


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