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Creality Sermoon D1 review: An industrial-level 3D printer for under $700


Welcome to ZDNet’s DIY-IT project lab, where I’m testing 3D printers for your entertainment and edification. Today, we’ll be looking at the Creality Sermoon D1 , an enclosed, direct-drive FDM printer from the makers of the super-popular CR-10 and Ender 3. The best 3D printers for business and home use Which 3D printer is right for your business? We’ve evaluated the offerings of leading printers, all capable of creating 3D objects, but with a wide-range of characteristics. If you’re in the market for a 3D printer, you’ll find one here that fits your needs. This article and the accompanying video are part of ZDNet’s 3D Printing Discovery Series . In addition to testing 3D printers, we also explore maker and smart home technology, stress-test servers, fly drones, and regularly dive deep into advanced geekery for fun and profit. Today, as shown in the video, we’re assembling and testing the Creality Sermoon D1. This is a very nice printer, but there are a few issues in the setup and design that you should be aware of before you scoop one of these up. Let’s start with assembling this thing. At 26lbs, this is a hefty machine. Its build area is […]

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