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Tronxy X5SA-2E 3D Printer 330*330*400mm
Tronxy X5SA-2E 3D Printer 330*330*400mm

X5SA-2E

US$ 420.55 US$ 647.00
Reviews (11)
  • 2020-05-31
    R****t
    I was looking for a solid reliable printer, and many friends have the mega s. I wanted something larger and anycubic delivered with this. Very large printer and prints great.
  • 2020-05-08
    Jo****es
    so this printer is awesome. the rigid frame helps give this printer a great bit of stability. bed leveling is super easy if you follow the instructions.
    bed is great holds awesome well heated once it cools the print pop right off.
    this is capable of printing pla, abs, wood, tpu, and petg.
    the anycubic filiament prints great. good layer adhesion and fantastic finishes.
    if you are looking for a solid large for at printer this one is fantastic.

    this will be my new goto printer anything with size.

    quickly heats up the bed heats nice and evenly.

    highly reccomend to anyone.
  • 2020-04-29
    R****d
    One of the best printers in range of size and price, took mme another hour to complete it and calibrate it. Great!
  • 2020-04-25
    W****n
    I have been looking for a good dual extrusion printer, but so far the only fairly reasonably priced printers I have found are the Creality CR-X and the noted Tronxy X5SA printers. I already have a CR-10s, and it's a good workhorse printer, but it is a bit slow due to the moving bed. I would really like a printer that doesn't sling the bed.

    My main question is, would this printer have everything needed to get it up and running decently well out of the box? From what I understand the first X5SA's had an anemic power supply and could not print with the heated bed running, but now that they have a 24V 360watt power supply I assume this isn't an issue anymore. I really want to like this printer, but I don't want to be stuck replacing everything except the frame. I do plan on adding the belt mod to prevent the two Z axis rods from getting out of sync, and I have no qualms about minor extra parts like the anti backlash nuts for the Z axis.

    Just for reference, I am very comfortable with 3D printers, and this wouldn't be my first kit. Like I said I have a CR-10s, but I also have a FLSun Kossel Delta which was a kit I built and had printing quite well until trying to upgrade Marlin. I've actually really enjoyed modding that printer here and there, which is both part of the appeal, and part of the worry about getting a Tronxy.
  • 2020-04-24
    B****n
    This is my first 3d printer ever, and my first experience with 3d printing. I did a lot of research before I chose the X5SA-2E, mostly due to the quiet motherboard, the heated bed, and the overall bed size. Time from unboxing to printing was a little more than 2 hours. After two failed test prints of the dog model I did a little research and upped the bed temp, no more problems. I've been printing non stop for not quite a week, so far so good. I'm a IT Specialist so maybe I have an unfair advantage when it comes to this kind of thing, but I think this is a great printer for a first timer.

    You can add additional STLs to the slicer program for multi part builds.
    Research, research, research. If you run in to something that you don't understand Google and YouTube are your best friend.

    I'll be updating as I go if anything changes.
  • 2020-04-13
    M****l
    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.

    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 !
    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 )
    10. buy another micro sd card reader (mine stopped working after 3 uses for some reason, no biggie)
    11. have patience!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 2020-04-10
    J****a
    Honestly, you can't beat the ease or the quality for the price. If you want a mid to professional level printer, look no further.this is solid, looks awesome, and prints pretty fast as well. I can't say enough good things about this printer.
  • 2020-03-30
    A****n
    They say in life you can get things 2 of 3 ways: Cheap, Fast, or Good Quality. This was Cheap and Good Quality. The build is very solid and the onboard accessories (autolevel, dual extruder, filament sensor) make it an excellent deal. The kit is not for beginners, however, as you will be assembling absolutely every piece of this machine. Unless you're a gearhead, I'd suggest going with something a little less intense for a first printer kit.
  • 2020-03-28
    D****k
    This beast is a great printer.
    Excellent quality and has vary large build area.

    Arrived on time with no issues. Unboxing and setup was relatively quick. This is my third 3d printer so I kind of already knew what to expect while putting it together and didn't really run into any issues. Have run a bunch of prints on the printer already and all have come out great (except the ones that I messed up, no fault to the printer) Honestly I have no complaints and if I had the cash would buy another one.

    Might not recommend it for a first 3d printer for someone - these are still hobbyist devices - and take some work to use - they are not plug and play like printers or toasters. Still an excellent machine
  • 2020-03-22
    N****n
    ótimo produto chegou antes do previsto, veio bem embalado e com todas as peças em perfeito estado, recomendo.
  • 2020-02-27
    J****m
    Liking the dual Extruder 2 in 1 out.