Many 3D Printers on the market have beds that are physically larger than the print area they support. This page serves to document and provide information on machines that we deal with here at TH3D Studio.
The print area is the area that is specified by the printer manufacturer. Modifications to your machine may change this print area in a positive or negative direction. Sizes are X by Y.
This information is provided AS-IS and based on the current information we have at the time of updating this article. Manufacturers change printers after they are released so if you are in doubt then measure your bed before purchasing a product that is reliant on bed sizing.
|Printer Model||Physical Bed Size||Print Area||Notes|
|Creality CR-10||310x310mm||300x300mm||"S" Models have the same bed|
|Creality CR-10 Mini||235x310mm||220x300mm||"S" Models have the same bed|
|Creality CR-10 S4||410x410mm||400x400mm||"S" Models have the same bed|
|Creality CR-10 S5||508x508mm||500x500mm||"S" Models have the same bed|
|Creality Ender 3||235x235mm||220x220mm||"Pro" and "3X" models have the same bed.|
|Creality Ender 5||235x235mm||220x220mm||"Pro" models have the same bed|
|Creality Ender 5 Plus||370x376mm||350x350mm|
|Creality CR-20||235x235mm||220x220mm||"Pro" models have the same bed|
This article is continually being updated so if you have a machine to add to the list leave a comment below. :)