Creality CR-20 Pro Setup

What is setup?

Setup is the process of putting your new CR20 Pro 3D printer together. It’s a fairly simple process, but there are a few things you need to know before you start. In this article, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know to get your CR20 Pro up and running.

Creality CR-20 Pro Setup:

The Basics

First, let’s go over the basics of setting up your CR20 Pro. You’ll need to gather a few tools and materials before you get started:

  • A Phillips head screwdriver
  • A pair of pliers
  • A level
  • An SD card

Creality CR-20 Pro Setup

Filament ( PLA or ABS ) Once you have everything you need, follow these steps to get started:

1. Unpack your printer. Carefully remove it from the box and all packaging material.

2. Place your printer on a level surface. It’s important that your printer is level so that it can print accurately.

3. Connect the power supply to your printer and plug it into an outlet.

4. Turn on your printer by pressing the power button. The LCD screen will light up and you’ll see the Creality logo.

5. Insert the SD card into the SD card slot on your printer.

6. Select the file you want to print from the SD card menu.

7. Load filament into your printer. 8. Press the “Print” button to start printing!

Role of level:

A level is an important tool for setting up your CR20 Pro. It’s used to make sure that your printer is printing accurately, and it’s crucial that you use it during the setup process. To use the level, place it on a flat surface next to your printer.

Then, use the pliers to adjust the two small screws on the back of the level until it’s perfectly level. Once it’s leveled, hold it in place and tighten the screws with the screwdriver.

Role of filament:

3d printer filament is a long, thin strand of material that is used to print objects with a 3D printer. The most common type of filament is PLA (polylactic acid), which is made from corn starch or sugar cane. ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is another popular type of filament, and it’s made from petroleum.

Role Of SD card:

The SD card is an important part of the 3D printing process. It stores the files that you want to print, and it also allows you to monitor the progress of your prints. Make sure that you insert the SD card into the printer before you start printing.

What types of setup are there in Creality CR-20 Pro?

There are two types of setup, one is the older LCD 2004 panel type and the other is the new color touch screen. The process is a bit different for each type, so we’ll go over both briefly.

For the LCD 2004 panel type:

1. Unpack your printer. Carefully remove it from the box and all packaging material.

2. Place your printer on a level surface. It’s important that your printer is level so that it can print accurately.

3. Connect the power supply to your printer and plug it into an outlet.

4. Turn on your printer by pressing the power button. The LCD screen will light up and you’ll see the Creality logo.

5. Use the controls on the LCD screen to navigate to the “Setup” menu.

6. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the setup process.

For the color touch screen:

1. Unpack your printer. Carefully remove it from the box and all packaging material.

2. Place your printer on a level surface. It’s important that your printer is level so that it can print accurately.

3. Connect the power supply to your printer and plug it into an outlet.

4. Turn on your printer by pressing the power button. The color touch screen will light up and you’ll see the Creality logo

5. Use the controls on the touch screen to navigate to the “Setup” menu.

6. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the setup process.”

What are some common problems that can occur during setup?

There are a few common problems that can occur during the setup process. Here are a few of the most common ones:

Printer not level:

If your printer is not level, it will not be able to print accurately. Make sure you place your printer on a level surface before starting the setup process.

SD card not inserted correctly:

If your SD card is not inserted correctly, you won’t be able to print from it. Make sure you insert the SD card into the SD card slot correctly.

Filament not loaded correctly:

If filament is not loaded correctly, the printer will not be able to print. Make sure you load filament into your printer correctly before starting the printing process.

Conclusion
There you have it! These are the basics of setting up your CR20 Pro. Make sure you have everything you need before getting started, and follow the steps carefully to avoid any common problems. If you run into any trouble, our support team is always here to help.

FAQ’s:

Q: What is the difference between the LCD 2004 panel type and the color touch screen?

A: The LCD 2004 panel type has a more traditional, older setup process, while the color touch screen has a more modern setup process. Both types of setups are fairly simple to follow, but there are some differences between them.

Q: What are some common problems that can occur during setup?

A: There are a few common problems that can occur during the setup process. Some of the most common ones are printer not level, SD card not inserted correctly, and filament not loaded correctly. If you run into any other problems, feel free to reach out to our support team for help.

Q: I’m having trouble with my setup. Who can I reach out to for help?

A: Our support team is always here to help! You can reach us by phone, email, or live chat. We’re happy to help you through any problems you’re having for 3D printer.

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