Creality CR-10 reviews are almost always about the regular sized 300mm x 300mm bed 3d printer (see my CR-10 review here) and reviews rarely talk about the big brother, the Creality CR-10 S5. I have had my big guy for a couple of months now so this review is way over due, but as I will outline below, I felt it important to really put this 3d printer through its paces for a thorough, impartial review.
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