Creality targets the consumer market with the new Sermoon V1 Pro 3D printer

3D printer manufacturer Creality has announced the successful launch of its Sermoon V1 system, one of the company’s latest FDM 3D printers.

The affordable consumer machine is designed to combine ease of use and affordability, providing families, artists and educational institutions with a cost-effective and safe method of printing small-scale objects. Suitable for home use, the printer can be used to make consumer goods, toys, art pieces and educational models for subjects such as math, science and history.

Characterized by its simple, closed form factor, the Sermoon V1 features a black and gray color scheme that mimics those of common home appliances. As such, Creality has aptly dubbed its new system the Artistic home appliance.

The Sermon V1. Photo via Creality.

Creality’s bastion of desktop 3D printing

Based in Shenzhen and founded in 2014, Creality has proven to be a key player in the field of desktop 3D printing. The company’s ever-growing product portfolio includes a wide variety of consumer-grade FDM 3D printing systems such as the CR-6 SE, CR-30, and Ender-7.

More recently, the company has also started offering a new series of fully enclosed machines, covering both the consumer and professional sectors. The consumer range is designed to combine safety, ease of use, accessibility, simplified maintenance and a beginner-friendly workflow. On the other hand, higher-performance machines support engineered filaments, offer high stability and precision, and are aimed at educational institutions and design and engineering companies.

In addition to the new Sermoon V1, Creality’s fully enclosed lineup includes the CR-200B, the high-temperature version CR-5 Pro, the Sermoon D1, and more.

The sermon V1

The Sermoon V1 features a compact build volume of 175 x 175 x 165mm and the dual-gear Sprite direct extruder developed by Creality. According to the company, the extruder is 30% lighter than competing systems and features an astonishingly high nozzle temperature of 250℃ to enable printing with PLA, ABS, TPU and PETG. This is facilitated by the fully enclosed frame, which measures only 400 x 380 x 430 mm.

Since the system is designed for home use, Creality has doubled down on the usability and comfort aspects here. The Sermoon V1 comes fully assembled, requires no leveling, and includes everything a user needs to start 3D printing. The machine is also equipped with a new ultra-quiet motherboard and fan combination, emitting less than 45dB of sound when printing.

Creality has also made sure to include a number of quality of life features. The Sermoon V1 can connect to the Creality Cloud app via Wi-Fi, allowing users to control their builds remotely. The app can also be used to search, slice and share 3D models with one click, simplifying the print preparation workflow for novices. The system is lined with LED lighting to allow night printing.

Finally, machine safety is paramount when it comes to family use, which is why the Sermoon V1 has 18 international safety certifications, including CE, FCC, PSE, UKCA and KC.

The Sermoon V1 is designed for use by families and educators.  Photo via Creality.
The Sermoon V1 is designed for use by families and educators. Photo via Creality.

Technical specifications and prices

Below are the technical specifications of the Sermoon V1. The 3D printer is available now for $419.

Creality also recently launched the Ender-3 S1, CR-10 Smart Pro, HALOT-ONE PRO & PLUS and the CR-Laser Falcon – a 3D laser engraver and cutter with a dedicated smoke and dust filtration system.

Build volume 175x175x165mm
Layer thickness 0.1 – 0.4mm
Device Dimensions 400x380x430mm
Maximum bed temperature 80°C
Maximum nozzle temperature 250°C
Touchscreen 4.3″

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Featured image shows the Sermon V1. Photo via Creality.