Creality Ender 5 Pro Unboxing and Assembling
Ender-5 Pro FDM 3D Printer Features
Just as Creality brought a Pro version of the Creality Ender-3 to the desktop 3D printer market shortly after recognizing its initial success, Creality has decided to revisit this strategy once again with the Creality Ender-5 Pro.
Studying the similarities on a surface level, the Creality Ender 5 Pro doesn’t appear to be extraordinarily different from its predecessor, but the manufacturer has packed several welcome surprises in this new iteration. Here a spell overview of the differences between the Ender 5 Pro and the original Ender 5 3D Printer.
Upgraded Mainboard: One attribute that is unique to the Ender 5 Pro 3D Printer is the new V1.15 silent Mainboard with TMC2208 drivers, allowing for quieter and more precise printing performance. This mainboard has both Marlin 1.1.8 and Bootloader installed and also has thermal runway protection enabled, providing additional protection in case the printer reaches erratically high temperatures.
Metal Extruder Frame: Another new addition to the Creality Ender 5 Pro 3D Printer is a highly durable metal extruder frame. This feature provides stronger pressure while pushing filament through the 3D Printer’s nozzle, which the manufacturer claims will bolster the overall printing performance. This upgraded metal extruder kit comes equipped with an adjustable bolt so that users can tweak the pressure of the extruder gear to best fit whichever filament is selected.
New and Improved Filament Tubing: Last but not least, the Creality Ender 5 Pro 3D Printer also includes new and improved filament tubing. The Capricorn Bowden PTFE Tubing has a 1.9mm ± 0.05mm inner diameter, reducing any excess wiggle room and preventing the filament from buckling inside of the tube. The addition of this high-end tubing makes the Creality Ender 5 Pro 3D Printer better suited to print with flexible filaments and other exotic materials.