This is a resource page for the Creality CR-10 MAX. Included are slicer profiles, documents and a setup video at the bottom of the page. 

  • Unboxing Guide

    • Outlines safe unboxing procedure as well as cable management and bed cable chain information
  • Cura 4.2.1 Resources

    • This is working but may need some minor adjustments. Instructions are still found on the github page for the Creawsome Mod
    • This only contains the profiles for machines that we sell

    Tiny Machines 3D Firmware for CR-10 MAX

    Baud Rate is set to 115200 and B7 is the latest version. Under Printer Info, you can see which version you have. 

    To fully update your machine, follow the following steps. 

    1. Flash Mainboard (with hex file and xloader)
    2. Flash Screen with (format an sd card <=16gb and paste dwin_set folder)
    3. Run Reset Settings.gcode (print from sd card)


    CR-10 MAX TM3D B7

    X LOADER is an easy to use hex updater. Configure as shown below, select the appropriate .hex file and press Upload. The display will say Uploading until it finishes (takes a few minutes)

    Please note that the baud rate can be 250000 or 115200 depending on your firmware version. If 115200 does not work, change to 250000 and try again.

    B7 SCREEN FILES (dwin_set) 

    How to Flash the LCD

      • Youtube Video segment by Teaching Tech on how to flash the machine's LCD 

    LINK TO SOURCE (for reference)

    EEPROM RESET (this gcode should be ran after flashing firmware)

    Noted above but after flashing, run this GCODE from the SD card. After flashing firmware, it is good practice to reset the EEPROM. The GCODE linked contains M502, M500, M501 to do this since the function is not accessible through the display. 

    After assembling your machine, you can watch the video below until you understand the process. Then, go step by step. 

    NOTE! Machines shipping after June 1, 2019 have probe sensitivity and probe height set. There is a small amount of glue over the screw adjustment and all that is needed by the user is setting Z Offset.