Though 3D printing started as a tool for rapid prototyping, it has now evolved to support numerous other applications and alternative manufacturing choices. It has witnessed a rapid growth curve with a good number of companies and industries

Industries benefiting from 3D Printing:

  1. Aircraft and Automotive
  2. Health and Dental Sector
  3. Education
  4. Robotics
  5. Aerospace

Since COVID-19 has brought several industries to a halt, the manufacturing supply chain has been drastically affected. Consequently, this has posed a huge problem to frontline workers like doctors, nurses, and medical officers who are facing a shortage of basic medical supplies such as masks, ventilators, and face shields. There is a very high dependency on importing these materials but a broken global supply chain is making the situation worse and increasing the difficulty to procure these medical supplies.

In such a dire situation, 3D printers are one of the best solutions that can be used in the fight against COVID-19. The innovation 3D printing brings into the medical industry can be scaled and used to produce vital supplies and equipment like safety goggles, oxygen valves, masks, shields, quarantine booths, ventilators, and respirators that have a high demand and a dwindling supply.

We at Robocraze sell one of the industry’s leading 3d printers from Creality for universal projects, rapid prototyping, and manufacturing.


The below table illustrated the key features of the Creality Ender - 3 Models

(All the below printers can resume print after power-off)


Creality Ender-3

Creality Ender-3 Pro

Creality CR-10 3D

Print Size

220 x 220 x 250 mm

220 x 220 x 250 mm

300 x 300 x 400

Printing Speed


≤180mm/s, normal 30-60mm/s



1.75mm PLA, TPU, ABS

1.75mm PLA, ABS, Wood, TPU, Gradient color, carbon fiber, etc.


File Format



STL. OBJ. G-Code

Nozzle Diameter


Standard 0.4mm,can be in 0.2, 0.3 mm


Power Supply


Branded - MeanWell

110V/220V output 12V

Print Bed

BuildTak-like print bed

Magnetic print bed


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