32-bit silent motherboard, TMC-2209 Motor driver , and 24V 350W MeanWell power supply enable the CR-6 SE to heat up quickly and reduce noise consistently.
CR-6 SE is designed with a wider foundation and equipped with dual Z-axises matched with an adjustable timing belt that translates into reduced unwanted motion and improved refined results.
The key difference between the CR-6 Max and the SE is, of course, the build volume.
The CR-6 Max features a 400 x 400 mm build plate, with a towering 400-mm maximum build height.
The CR-6 Max 3d printer features the same innovative leveling system as the CR-6 SE, using a force-based sensor.
Additional features the Creality CR-6 Max 3d printer will include:
- Filament Sensor: The CR-6 Max 3d printer is equipped with a photoelectric filament sensor detecting any possible filament breakage or runout.
- Resume Print Function: Outages or disconnections should be no problem for the CR-6 Max because it can fully recover and resume the print when it’s back up.
- 32-Bit Motherboard: The CR-6 SE reached one of its stretch goals on Kickstarter, meaning that both the SE and the Max will be delivered with a 32-bit motherboard for enhanced performance.