- Large Build Volume: With a build volume measuring 300 mm x 300 mm x 330 mm, you can build large projects with more ease. The CoreXY architecture that adopts a 370 mm linear guide, a 350 mm Y-axis, and a double Z-axis allows for better print stability and quality.
- Direct drive extruder：Equipped with a direct drive extruder, the Coreception supports various types of filament: PLA, ABS, PETG, TPU, CF Nylon, Silk PLA, Wood, and Metal infused filaments. It also helps to improve print speed and accuracy.
- Color-changing RGB LED lighting: Offering 3 different modes (monochrome, flashing, and speed control) and 7 colors, the Coreception looks great when you turn the lights on. You can also control the flicker frequency and change the color remotely, adding more fun to your printing process.
- Upgraded components: The new extrusion nozzle offers excellent heat dissipation, smooth discharge, and fast heating. And with a customized TMC2208 silent module (X axis and Y axis), you will find the Coreception quieter than others, well suited for bedroom or classroom use.
- Easy to assemble: Whether you are an expert in 3D printing or a newcomer to the field, the partially assembled Coreception makes things easy for you. Assembly and setup take 25 minutes only. The Coreception is ideal if you are doing STEM projects, small scale prototyping, costuming, drone making, and so much more.
SainSmart Coreception 300
This actually became my favorite under $500 printer after my review. Definitely some issues, mostly coming from the difficulty feeding filament (along with the lack of an all metal hotend), but overall a great machine.
Here is my review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-nTjNVQ3gk