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Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm

Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm

Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
Official Creality Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer with BL Touch Glass Bed 4.3 Inch Touch Screen Large Print Size 350x350x400mm
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Features

  • BLTouch Auto Bed Leveling Sensor: It can precisely measure the tilt of hot bed surface and offers Z axis leveling compensation. Saving your time and reducing waste.
  • Equipped with Two Lead Screws on Z Axis: The hot bed was held stably on Z axis frames, no worry about bed wobbling and dropping, fewer points of failure and fewer headaches.
  • Dual Y Axis Motors: Y axis dual shaft motor and down-shift Z axis, moving more smoothly, ensure high precision printing.
  • Easy to Assemble and Operate: Ender 5 Plus uses touch color screen for easy and quick operation. It comes with several partially assembled kits, very easy to assemble and allow you to learn about the basic construction of 3D printer.
  • Extra Glass Plate: Add a tempered glass plate on the heated bed, which makes models are easier to be removed. It also makes the hot bed more flat and provide all-around protection.

Description

Modeling Technology: FDM Print Size: 350*350*400mm HD Screen Size: 4.3 inch Nozzle Diameter: Standard 0.4mm Input: AC 110V/220V 50-60Hz Output: DC 24V 21A, Max25A Filament Diameter: 1.75mm Net Weight: 18.2KG Machine Size: 632*666*619mm Working Modes: Online or Micro SD offline File Format: STL, OBJ, AMF, G-Code Pre-installed BLTouch, precisely measure the tilt of the bed surface, offers the automatic compensation for Z-axis for unevenness of the platform plate, and provid reliable operation with all build surfaces. Better lets you know whenever your filament breaks, runs out, or gets tangled on the spool. Meet more of your printing requirements, achieve better print results and a laarger print model at a time.Y Axis Dual Shaft Motor. Brand power supply unit, safe and secure. 550W power support to heat the hotbed up to 100℃ within 10 minutes. Simple and Safe. It is protection agaist the temperature getting out of control. Touch color screen, you will have easy and quick operation.


Shipping Weight: 51.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B07Z62688K


Customer Reviews: 4.0 out of 5 stars112 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,267 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific) #45 in 3D Printers


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Features

  • BLTouch Auto Bed Leveling Sensor: It can precisely measure the tilt of hot bed surface and offers Z axis leveling compensation. Saving your time and reducing waste.
  • Equipped with Two Lead Screws on Z Axis: The hot bed was held stably on Z axis frames, no worry about bed wobbling and dropping, fewer points of failure and fewer headaches.
  • Dual Y Axis Motors: Y axis dual shaft motor and down-shift Z axis, moving more smoothly, ensure high precision printing.
  • Easy to Assemble and Operate: Ender 5 Plus uses touch color screen for easy and quick operation. It comes with several partially assembled kits, very easy to assemble and allow you to learn about the basic construction of 3D printer.
  • Extra Glass Plate: Add a tempered glass plate on the heated bed, which makes models are easier to be removed. It also makes the hot bed more flat and provide all-around protection.

Description

Modeling Technology: FDM Print Size: 350*350*400mm HD Screen Size: 4.3 inch Nozzle Diameter: Standard 0.4mm Input: AC 110V/220V 50-60Hz Output: DC 24V 21A, Max25A Filament Diameter: 1.75mm Net Weight: 18.2KG Machine Size: 632*666*619mm Working Modes: Online or Micro SD offline File Format: STL, OBJ, AMF, G-Code Pre-installed BLTouch, precisely measure the tilt of the bed surface, offers the automatic compensation for Z-axis for unevenness of the platform plate, and provid reliable operation with all build surfaces. Better lets you know whenever your filament breaks, runs out, or gets tangled on the spool. Meet more of your printing requirements, achieve better print results and a laarger print model at a time.Y Axis Dual Shaft Motor. Brand power supply unit, safe and secure. 550W power support to heat the hotbed up to 100℃ within 10 minutes. Simple and Safe. It is protection agaist the temperature getting out of control. Touch color screen, you will have easy and quick operation.


Shipping Weight: 51.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B07Z62688K


Customer Reviews: 4.0 out of 5 stars112 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,267 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific) #45 in 3D Printers


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • BLTouch Auto Bed Leveling Sensor: It can precisely measure the tilt of hot bed surface and offers Z axis leveling compensation. Saving your time and reducing waste.
  • Equipped with Two Lead Screws on Z Axis: The hot bed was held stably on Z axis frames, no worry about bed wobbling and dropping, fewer points of failure and fewer headaches.
  • Dual Y Axis Motors: Y axis dual shaft motor and down-shift Z axis, moving more smoothly, ensure high precision printing.
  • Easy to Assemble and Operate: Ender 5 Plus uses touch color screen for easy and quick operation. It comes with several partially assembled kits, very easy to assemble and allow you to learn about the basic construction of 3D printer.
  • Extra Glass Plate: Add a tempered glass plate on the heated bed, which makes models are easier to be removed. It also makes the hot bed more flat and provide all-around protection.

Description

Modeling Technology: FDM Print Size: 350*350*400mm HD Screen Size: 4.3 inch Nozzle Diameter: Standard 0.4mm Input: AC 110V/220V 50-60Hz Output: DC 24V 21A, Max25A Filament Diameter: 1.75mm Net Weight: 18.2KG Machine Size: 632*666*619mm Working Modes: Online or Micro SD offline File Format: STL, OBJ, AMF, G-Code Pre-installed BLTouch, precisely measure the tilt of the bed surface, offers the automatic compensation for Z-axis for unevenness of the platform plate, and provid reliable operation with all build surfaces. Better lets you know whenever your filament breaks, runs out, or gets tangled on the spool. Meet more of your printing requirements, achieve better print results and a laarger print model at a time.Y Axis Dual Shaft Motor. Brand power supply unit, safe and secure. 550W power support to heat the hotbed up to 100℃ within 10 minutes. Simple and Safe. It is protection agaist the temperature getting out of control. Touch color screen, you will have easy and quick operation.


Shipping Weight: 51.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B07Z62688K


Customer Reviews: 4.0 out of 5 stars112 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,267 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific) #45 in 3D Printers


abunda_amazon_reviews Actually the product itself gets 5 stars. Moved up from an Ender 3 Pro and this printer is very sturdy and amazing. However the way it is being sold by this particular vendor is misleading. One would think when it says upgraded entered 5 that it would have the new 1.1.5 motherboard with the silent stepper drivers and the latest creality software but that is not the case this is the old motherboard with 1.1.6. Doesn't have the upgraded extruder or even the Capricorn Bowden tube. Really thought about returning this but I already had put a bunch of work putting it together and getting it lined up. So now I will just do the additional expense to upgrade the motherboard myself a be upgraded extruder and the Bowden tube. So my point is advertising this as a upgraded new 2019 unit is very misleading and now I have additional expense to get it where it should have been in the first place. Again once you do all of the work the Ender 5 is a superior printer and I highly recommend it to anyone who's looking at getting into 3D printing UPGRADE to 5 stars- After a productive email exchange with Comgrow, they have demonstrated excellent customer support and have resolved the issue 100% Sometimes a little communication can go a long way!;;Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Not the latest and greatest as the advertising indicates;;John Phaklides;;;I am a new 3d printer owner and I have to say, this printer was pretty darn easy to assemble! I had trouble getting the filament started but as time goes on, I am hoping it will get easier. You have to have PATIENCE - if you do not, don't buy a 3d printer yet. I ran into a ton of problems (most everything was something I did) and there is a ton to learn if you want to get really good prints. I have also ordered the upgrade kit from ComGrow to upgrade the extruder feeder (might make starting filament easier) and the motherboard to the new silent version - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07ZDQWTQ6/ - I have not installed this yet (hoping today) so I will give a little review of that also when I get it in. Print quality - really good. I am impressed with this little printer. It is my first so i have nothing to compare it to but I think it prints very nicely! It takes a LONG time to print something. You will not be churning out parts every minute as even some prints that seem simple can take over 12 hours to do. I have some videos I am going to be uploading as soon as I can get to a place with fast internet (living in the country in the USA has some disadvantages) that will show a lot more than what I can type here. Tips.... 1. buy extra filament (PLA for now) 2. have patience 3. Watch videos to learn about 3d printing - I like Makers Muse - Angus has helped me a ton with his videos! 4. With the stock parts it is a bit loud so make sure you don't put it next to your bed. 5. have patience 6. buy more nozzles (.4 is the norm) 7. buy glue sticks (elmers not the hot glue sticks) to make adhesion a ton better on the glass plate. 8. have patience. 9. Learn the manual settings in your slicer (creality slicer comes with which is pretty darn good imo) 10. buy another micro sd card reader (mine stopped working after 3 uses for some reason, no biggie) 11. have patience!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Best thing I have made - (Amazon will not allow links outside of Amazon....sigh...1st rule of Amazon, don't link outside of Amazon...2nd rule of Amazon, DON'T link outside of Amazon...) so go to thingiverse and search for "old work box" - wing was broke on the drywall electrical box and rather than driving to the store 20 minutes each way, I printed one :) That little flipper/wing took 30 minutes at .1mm - could have done a lower quality but I wanted to make sure it worked. There you go. Like I said I will post videos soon over on youtube probably under stumblingbumblingidiot so you can check them out - might be a few weeks yet depending on internet access (uploading just 1 from here said it would take 35 hours - UGH) Ask questions and I will try to help the best I can. Let's hope Amazon approves this review since i took out the links. Isn't the internet an OPEN platform.....;;Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Easy assembly but still not plug n play;;Michael F.;;;**Edit** 1. I had requested a refund though Amazon and have disassembled the printer and have made a few discovery's and wanted to update with a new photo and issue. 2. The metal grinding sound I heard on the print head y axis below in the first review was found out to be that the x axis would touch one side before the other end could reach the same location and it was the grinding from the belts trying to force it to reach the end location for the sensor. And when removing the Z axis print bed supports the metal bars that were at different heights at each corner actually fell though the clamps where "screwed tight" and was only being held into place by the pressure of the printers box frame. 3. I really wish I took a photo of it (that was a mistake on my side in hindsight) but the box did not include the foam bracing for the print bed z axis braces and I had to locate my own foam to repackage it for the refund and the foam on the very bottom of the package was partly missing and torn off. (I thought I should mention it as I overlooked this aspect when first making the review and only noticed when having to repackage it and had to look at un-boxing videos to find out what i was missing since it did not fit how it should of. Where to begin...... This thing has taken years off of my life and I have spent days trying to get the darn thing to work. I will hopefully try and outline some of my issues below. **End of Edit** Shipping: 5/5 Was real fast, came 2 1/2 days early, so that was good. Packing: 4/5 Solid packing and everything was nice and visually undamaged before inspection after it was built. Product Support & Community: 1/5 Man-o-man, this thing is like a rare gem.... because finding any support online for this thing rare and anything you can fine is worth its weight. The Ender 3, Ender 3 Pro, Ender 5 and Ender 5 Pro have 100% more of everything when it comes to community driven support and help. The official product support for the Ender 5 Plus is not bad but infuriating when it bowls down to 1 msg a day response due to the +8 gmt so any progress for help is one inch per mile a post. It also does not help that there is no contact # for them and you MUST have a facebook account that is linked to them for the text chat if you do not want to email them. It is also somewhat disheartening that you can see and be notified that the manufacturer has seen marked your response but just chooses to not respond for a day. Software: 1/5 The current installed firmware on the system was at this time of writing is V1.70.1 and its trash, the BL Touch does not cover the whole build plate and only about 3/4th's of it so the auto leveling mesh it jots down is invalid at best and useless at its worst. Download and install your own community firmware at your own risk because the most common one that other users had stopped the auto level function and did not allow me to update the firmware after that even with the use of a UNO R3. To continue on the V1.70.1 firmware it caused my printer to forget where the Z levels were as well as the X and Y locations. This caused my print head to smash into the build plate more than one time and would randomly set the middle of the build plate at a new location causing the print head to go off of the plate and just launch filament off the plate before smashing back into it. Also a quick note on the firmware, when I installed a new community one the BL touch stopped working and so did the bootloader. This did fix my print head slamming into the plate but I was no longer able to do anything to the chipset even after a purchase of a UNO R3 and many hours and messages to the manufacturer. This would not of been so bad since I can manually level it but due to the issues stated in this review it would not of mattered anyway. Product Quality: 1/5 1. The BL Touch is at a small angle. 2. The build plate is forever doomed to not be level due to the Z axis bars and screw being off centered and at different heights at each of the 4 outer corners and the two screws in the middle were at different heights and not fully pushed into the moter. After about 4 hours of manually leveling the plate I found that because of this offset in the plate support bars the build plate will never be level and one or two corners will be out by a considerable amount. 3. The screen that you use to touch and print from came damaged with a few cuts into it. 4. The Y axis that is attached to the print head to go back and forth always made this metal on metal screech that I could not find out why, everything else made the appropriate sound you would expect from a 3D printer. 5. The PSU (Power Supply Unit) of the machine was not installed correctly. My system would wig out every now and again when I moved it around the room to make adjustments and when I removed the under pannel for inspection of the board I noticed that the yellow ground wire was free floating and the screw that held it in place was very very loose. I had to re screw it back into place or the hardware could of been damaged or just stopped working outright. I have submitted a request for a refund and will be trying to send it back due to the product being unable to even print one item without major issue. TLDR: You should look to buy a CR-10 or a Ender 3 if you are looking to get a printer. I would not recommend the Ender 5 Plus at this time as it lacks basic support from manufacturer and has a limited community for it. The Ender 5 and Ender 5 Pro would be the better thing to buy if must get a Ender 5 variant due to the quality control and all the issues that are likely to be brought with it. If more issues arise or I find anything else of notable value I will edit the review to reflect the new finding.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Would not wish this even on my worst enemy.;;Sean Smith;;;poor quality..... electrical error,,, whenever I set some temp for a heating a bed, control panel turn off and on ..going back to initial mod with all the setting info gone. send an email service request and no respond at all. thankfully, I can return it to those who sell to me and get a refund.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Don't expect qualuty.;;Jay kang

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By John Phaklides - Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2019
Not the latest and greatest as the advertising indicates
Actually the product itself gets 5 stars. Moved up from an Ender 3 Pro and this printer is very sturdy and amazing. However the way it is being sold by this particular vendor is misleading. One would think when it says upgraded entered 5 that it would have the new 1.1.5 motherboard with the silent stepper drivers and the latest creality software but that is not the case this is the old motherboard with 1.1.6. Doesn't have the upgraded extruder or even the Capricorn Bowden tube. Really thought about returning this but I already had put a bunch of work putting it together and getting it lined up. So now I will just do the additional expense to upgrade the motherboard myself a be upgraded extruder and the Bowden tube. So my point is advertising this as a upgraded new 2019 unit is very misleading and now I have additional expense to get it where it should have been in the first place. Again once you do all of the work the Ender 5 is a superior printer and I highly recommend it to anyone who's looking at getting into 3D printing UPGRADE to 5 stars- After a productive email exchange with Comgrow, they have demonstrated excellent customer support and have resolved the issue 100% Sometimes a little communication can go a long way!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael F. - Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2019
Easy assembly but still not plug n play
I am a new 3d printer owner and I have to say, this printer was pretty darn easy to assemble! I had trouble getting the filament started but as time goes on, I am hoping it will get easier. You have to have PATIENCE - if you do not, don't buy a 3d printer yet. I ran into a ton of problems (most everything was something I did) and there is a ton to learn if you want to get really good prints. I have also ordered the upgrade kit from ComGrow to upgrade the extruder feeder (might make starting filament easier) and the motherboard to the new silent version - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07ZDQWTQ6/ - I have not installed this yet (hoping today) so I will give a little review of that also when I get it in. Print quality - really good. I am impressed with this little printer. It is my first so i have nothing to compare it to but I think it prints very nicely! It takes a LONG time to print something. You will not be churning out parts every minute as even some prints that seem simple can take over 12 hours to do. I have some videos I am going to be uploading as soon as I can get to a place with fast internet (living in the country in the USA has some disadvantages) that will show a lot more than what I can type here. Tips.... 1. buy extra filament (PLA for now) 2. have patience 3. Watch videos to learn about 3d printing - I like Makers Muse - Angus has helped me a ton with his videos! 4. With the stock parts it is a bit loud so make sure you don't put it next to your bed. 5. have patience 6. buy more nozzles (.4 is the norm) 7. buy glue sticks (elmers not the hot glue sticks) to make adhesion a ton better on the glass plate. 8. have patience. 9. Learn the manual settings in your slicer (creality slicer comes with which is pretty darn good imo) 10. buy another micro sd card reader (mine stopped working after 3 uses for some reason, no biggie) 11. have patience!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Best thing I have made - (Amazon will not allow links outside of Amazon....sigh...1st rule of Amazon, don't link outside of Amazon...2nd rule of Amazon, DON'T link outside of Amazon...) so go to thingiverse and search for "old work box" - wing was broke on the drywall electrical box and rather than driving to the store 20 minutes each way, I printed one :) That little flipper/wing took 30 minutes at .1mm - could have done a lower quality but I wanted to make sure it worked. There you go. Like I said I will post videos soon over on youtube probably under stumblingbumblingidiot so you can check them out - might be a few weeks yet depending on internet access (uploading just 1 from here said it would take 35 hours - UGH) Ask questions and I will try to help the best I can. Let's hope Amazon approves this review since i took out the links. Isn't the internet an OPEN platform.....

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Sean Smith - Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2019
Would not wish this even on my worst enemy.
**Edit** 1. I had requested a refund though Amazon and have disassembled the printer and have made a few discovery's and wanted to update with a new photo and issue. 2. The metal grinding sound I heard on the print head y axis below in the first review was found out to be that the x axis would touch one side before the other end could reach the same location and it was the grinding from the belts trying to force it to reach the end location for the sensor. And when removing the Z axis print bed supports the metal bars that were at different heights at each corner actually fell though the clamps where "screwed tight" and was only being held into place by the pressure of the printers box frame. 3. I really wish I took a photo of it (that was a mistake on my side in hindsight) but the box did not include the foam bracing for the print bed z axis braces and I had to locate my own foam to repackage it for the refund and the foam on the very bottom of the package was partly missing and torn off. (I thought I should mention it as I overlooked this aspect when first making the review and only noticed when having to repackage it and had to look at un-boxing videos to find out what i was missing since it did not fit how it should of. Where to begin...... This thing has taken years off of my life and I have spent days trying to get the darn thing to work. I will hopefully try and outline some of my issues below. **End of Edit** Shipping: 5/5 Was real fast, came 2 1/2 days early, so that was good. Packing: 4/5 Solid packing and everything was nice and visually undamaged before inspection after it was built. Product Support & Community: 1/5 Man-o-man, this thing is like a rare gem.... because finding any support online for this thing rare and anything you can fine is worth its weight. The Ender 3, Ender 3 Pro, Ender 5 and Ender 5 Pro have 100% more of everything when it comes to community driven support and help. The official product support for the Ender 5 Plus is not bad but infuriating when it bowls down to 1 msg a day response due to the +8 gmt so any progress for help is one inch per mile a post. It also does not help that there is no contact # for them and you MUST have a facebook account that is linked to them for the text chat if you do not want to email them. It is also somewhat disheartening that you can see and be notified that the manufacturer has seen marked your response but just chooses to not respond for a day. Software: 1/5 The current installed firmware on the system was at this time of writing is V1.70.1 and its trash, the BL Touch does not cover the whole build plate and only about 3/4th's of it so the auto leveling mesh it jots down is invalid at best and useless at its worst. Download and install your own community firmware at your own risk because the most common one that other users had stopped the auto level function and did not allow me to update the firmware after that even with the use of a UNO R3. To continue on the V1.70.1 firmware it caused my printer to forget where the Z levels were as well as the X and Y locations. This caused my print head to smash into the build plate more than one time and would randomly set the middle of the build plate at a new location causing the print head to go off of the plate and just launch filament off the plate before smashing back into it. Also a quick note on the firmware, when I installed a new community one the BL touch stopped working and so did the bootloader. This did fix my print head slamming into the plate but I was no longer able to do anything to the chipset even after a purchase of a UNO R3 and many hours and messages to the manufacturer. This would not of been so bad since I can manually level it but due to the issues stated in this review it would not of mattered anyway. Product Quality: 1/5 1. The BL Touch is at a small angle. 2. The build plate is forever doomed to not be level due to the Z axis bars and screw being off centered and at different heights at each of the 4 outer corners and the two screws in the middle were at different heights and not fully pushed into the moter. After about 4 hours of manually leveling the plate I found that because of this offset in the plate support bars the build plate will never be level and one or two corners will be out by a considerable amount. 3. The screen that you use to touch and print from came damaged with a few cuts into it. 4. The Y axis that is attached to the print head to go back and forth always made this metal on metal screech that I could not find out why, everything else made the appropriate sound you would expect from a 3D printer. 5. The PSU (Power Supply Unit) of the machine was not installed correctly. My system would wig out every now and again when I moved it around the room to make adjustments and when I removed the under pannel for inspection of the board I noticed that the yellow ground wire was free floating and the screw that held it in place was very very loose. I had to re screw it back into place or the hardware could of been damaged or just stopped working outright. I have submitted a request for a refund and will be trying to send it back due to the product being unable to even print one item without major issue. TLDR: You should look to buy a CR-10 or a Ender 3 if you are looking to get a printer. I would not recommend the Ender 5 Plus at this time as it lacks basic support from manufacturer and has a limited community for it. The Ender 5 and Ender 5 Pro would be the better thing to buy if must get a Ender 5 variant due to the quality control and all the issues that are likely to be brought with it. If more issues arise or I find anything else of notable value I will edit the review to reflect the new finding.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jay kang - Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2019
Don't expect qualuty.
poor quality..... electrical error,,, whenever I set some temp for a heating a bed, control panel turn off and on ..going back to initial mod with all the setting info gone. send an email service request and no respond at all. thankfully, I can return it to those who sell to me and get a refund.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By John Phaklides - Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2019
Not the latest and greatest as the advertising indicates
Actually the product itself gets 5 stars. Moved up from an Ender 3 Pro and this printer is very sturdy and amazing. However the way it is being sold by this particular vendor is misleading. One would think when it says upgraded entered 5 that it would have the new 1.1.5 motherboard with the silent stepper drivers and the latest creality software but that is not the case this is the old motherboard with 1.1.6. Doesn't have the upgraded extruder or even the Capricorn Bowden tube. Really thought about returning this but I already had put a bunch of work putting it together and getting it lined up. So now I will just do the additional expense to upgrade the motherboard myself a be upgraded extruder and the Bowden tube. So my point is advertising this as a upgraded new 2019 unit is very misleading and now I have additional expense to get it where it should have been in the first place. Again once you do all of the work the Ender 5 is a superior printer and I highly recommend it to anyone who's looking at getting into 3D printing UPGRADE to 5 stars- After a productive email exchange with Comgrow, they have demonstrated excellent customer support and have resolved the issue 100% Sometimes a little communication can go a long way!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael F. - Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2019
Easy assembly but still not plug n play
I am a new 3d printer owner and I have to say, this printer was pretty darn easy to assemble! I had trouble getting the filament started but as time goes on, I am hoping it will get easier. You have to have PATIENCE - if you do not, don't buy a 3d printer yet. I ran into a ton of problems (most everything was something I did) and there is a ton to learn if you want to get really good prints. I have also ordered the upgrade kit from ComGrow to upgrade the extruder feeder (might make starting filament easier) and the motherboard to the new silent version - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07ZDQWTQ6/ - I have not installed this yet (hoping today) so I will give a little review of that also when I get it in. Print quality - really good. I am impressed with this little printer. It is my first so i have nothing to compare it to but I think it prints very nicely! It takes a LONG time to print something. You will not be churning out parts every minute as even some prints that seem simple can take over 12 hours to do. I have some videos I am going to be uploading as soon as I can get to a place with fast internet (living in the country in the USA has some disadvantages) that will show a lot more than what I can type here. Tips.... 1. buy extra filament (PLA for now) 2. have patience 3. Watch videos to learn about 3d printing - I like Makers Muse - Angus has helped me a ton with his videos! 4. With the stock parts it is a bit loud so make sure you don't put it next to your bed. 5. have patience 6. buy more nozzles (.4 is the norm) 7. buy glue sticks (elmers not the hot glue sticks) to make adhesion a ton better on the glass plate. 8. have patience. 9. Learn the manual settings in your slicer (creality slicer comes with which is pretty darn good imo) 10. buy another micro sd card reader (mine stopped working after 3 uses for some reason, no biggie) 11. have patience!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Best thing I have made - (Amazon will not allow links outside of Amazon....sigh...1st rule of Amazon, don't link outside of Amazon...2nd rule of Amazon, DON'T link outside of Amazon...) so go to thingiverse and search for "old work box" - wing was broke on the drywall electrical box and rather than driving to the store 20 minutes each way, I printed one :) That little flipper/wing took 30 minutes at .1mm - could have done a lower quality but I wanted to make sure it worked. There you go. Like I said I will post videos soon over on youtube probably under stumblingbumblingidiot so you can check them out - might be a few weeks yet depending on internet access (uploading just 1 from here said it would take 35 hours - UGH) Ask questions and I will try to help the best I can. Let's hope Amazon approves this review since i took out the links. Isn't the internet an OPEN platform.....

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Sean Smith - Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2019
Would not wish this even on my worst enemy.
**Edit** 1. I had requested a refund though Amazon and have disassembled the printer and have made a few discovery's and wanted to update with a new photo and issue. 2. The metal grinding sound I heard on the print head y axis below in the first review was found out to be that the x axis would touch one side before the other end could reach the same location and it was the grinding from the belts trying to force it to reach the end location for the sensor. And when removing the Z axis print bed supports the metal bars that were at different heights at each corner actually fell though the clamps where "screwed tight" and was only being held into place by the pressure of the printers box frame. 3. I really wish I took a photo of it (that was a mistake on my side in hindsight) but the box did not include the foam bracing for the print bed z axis braces and I had to locate my own foam to repackage it for the refund and the foam on the very bottom of the package was partly missing and torn off. (I thought I should mention it as I overlooked this aspect when first making the review and only noticed when having to repackage it and had to look at un-boxing videos to find out what i was missing since it did not fit how it should of. Where to begin...... This thing has taken years off of my life and I have spent days trying to get the darn thing to work. I will hopefully try and outline some of my issues below. **End of Edit** Shipping: 5/5 Was real fast, came 2 1/2 days early, so that was good. Packing: 4/5 Solid packing and everything was nice and visually undamaged before inspection after it was built. Product Support & Community: 1/5 Man-o-man, this thing is like a rare gem.... because finding any support online for this thing rare and anything you can fine is worth its weight. The Ender 3, Ender 3 Pro, Ender 5 and Ender 5 Pro have 100% more of everything when it comes to community driven support and help. The official product support for the Ender 5 Plus is not bad but infuriating when it bowls down to 1 msg a day response due to the +8 gmt so any progress for help is one inch per mile a post. It also does not help that there is no contact # for them and you MUST have a facebook account that is linked to them for the text chat if you do not want to email them. It is also somewhat disheartening that you can see and be notified that the manufacturer has seen marked your response but just chooses to not respond for a day. Software: 1/5 The current installed firmware on the system was at this time of writing is V1.70.1 and its trash, the BL Touch does not cover the whole build plate and only about 3/4th's of it so the auto leveling mesh it jots down is invalid at best and useless at its worst. Download and install your own community firmware at your own risk because the most common one that other users had stopped the auto level function and did not allow me to update the firmware after that even with the use of a UNO R3. To continue on the V1.70.1 firmware it caused my printer to forget where the Z levels were as well as the X and Y locations. This caused my print head to smash into the build plate more than one time and would randomly set the middle of the build plate at a new location causing the print head to go off of the plate and just launch filament off the plate before smashing back into it. Also a quick note on the firmware, when I installed a new community one the BL touch stopped working and so did the bootloader. This did fix my print head slamming into the plate but I was no longer able to do anything to the chipset even after a purchase of a UNO R3 and many hours and messages to the manufacturer. This would not of been so bad since I can manually level it but due to the issues stated in this review it would not of mattered anyway. Product Quality: 1/5 1. The BL Touch is at a small angle. 2. The build plate is forever doomed to not be level due to the Z axis bars and screw being off centered and at different heights at each of the 4 outer corners and the two screws in the middle were at different heights and not fully pushed into the moter. After about 4 hours of manually leveling the plate I found that because of this offset in the plate support bars the build plate will never be level and one or two corners will be out by a considerable amount. 3. The screen that you use to touch and print from came damaged with a few cuts into it. 4. The Y axis that is attached to the print head to go back and forth always made this metal on metal screech that I could not find out why, everything else made the appropriate sound you would expect from a 3D printer. 5. The PSU (Power Supply Unit) of the machine was not installed correctly. My system would wig out every now and again when I moved it around the room to make adjustments and when I removed the under pannel for inspection of the board I noticed that the yellow ground wire was free floating and the screw that held it in place was very very loose. I had to re screw it back into place or the hardware could of been damaged or just stopped working outright. I have submitted a request for a refund and will be trying to send it back due to the product being unable to even print one item without major issue. TLDR: You should look to buy a CR-10 or a Ender 3 if you are looking to get a printer. I would not recommend the Ender 5 Plus at this time as it lacks basic support from manufacturer and has a limited community for it. The Ender 5 and Ender 5 Pro would be the better thing to buy if must get a Ender 5 variant due to the quality control and all the issues that are likely to be brought with it. If more issues arise or I find anything else of notable value I will edit the review to reflect the new finding.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jay kang - Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2019
Don't expect qualuty.
poor quality..... electrical error,,, whenever I set some temp for a heating a bed, control panel turn off and on ..going back to initial mod with all the setting info gone. send an email service request and no respond at all. thankfully, I can return it to those who sell to me and get a refund.