Creality Sermoon V1 Pro review

The Sermoon V1 Pro is a 3D printer that requires no assembly and is fully enclosed so is safe to use even around kids.

Creality Sermoon V1 Pro Review

Should I buy the Creality Sermoon V1 Pro?

Expert's Rating:

  • Pros
  • Fully built and ready to print
  • Built-in monitoring camera
  • Print & control via Wi-Fi
  • Cons
  • Small build volume
  • Relatively expensive

Our Verdict

The Sermoon V1 Pro makes 3D printing accessible to the masses, and delivers very good results out of the box. You'll pay a premium for it, though, and its print volume is quite small.

Price when reviewed $539

Creality Sermoon V1 Pro full review

Creality’s Ender 3 is one of the most popular 3D printers around, and the Sermoon V1 Pro represents a slight departure for the company. That’s because it’s one of the first enclosed models it has released, a printer that’s ready to go out of the box and supports printing using ABS as well as PLA filaments.

Typically, 3D printers aren’t very user friendly and have a steep learning curve. Some people expect them to be a 3D version of their inkjet printer, but the reality is very different. 3D printers aimed at consumers usually print in a single colour and need assembling and adjusting before they can print anything.

The Sermoon V1 Pro might have an odd name, but it’s one of the most user friendly 3D printers you can buy. It has a touchscreen, a built-in camera and can pause printing if someone opens the door.

This makes it ideal if you’re buying it for your kids to enjoy, or even as a first 3D printer for anyone who doesn’t want the hassle of assembly.

Features & design

  • 175 x 175 x 165mm build volume
  • 400 x 380 x 430mm machine dimensions
  • 250°C max nozzle temperature
  • 80°C max bed temperature

The Sermoon is about the size of a small laser printer, and doesn’t require a huge amount of space. Just remember that the spool of filament hangs on a fold-out arm on the outside of the printer, which adds another 120mm to the width.

Creality Sermoon V1 Pro Review

The maximum print size is considerably smaller: models can be up to 175 x 175 x 165mm (WDH). That’s a lot less than the similarly priced Creality Ender 3 S1