Ultimate Bundle – *CLEARANCE* Artillery AL-4 3D Printer – 300x300x300 Print Area – EZABL, EZOut, Tough Extruder, Tough Tube, and More!

From: $643.90 $371.32

    • Artillery AL-4 3D Printer
    • Upgraded Leadscrew Couplers
    • EZABL Pro Kit with ABS Sensor Mount
    • EZOut Filament Sensor Kit
    • TH3D Tough Extruder
    • TH3D Tough Tube
    • OPTIONAL: TH3D EZMat Build Surface
  • 300x300x300mm Print Area
  • High Power 250W Heated Bed that can hit 100+C in under 10 minutes
    • 25A MOSFET for heated bed pre-installed
  • MKS Gen L Board standard for easy upgrades
  • Works with our EZABL, EZOut FIlament Sensor kits, and Tough Extruder (purchase separately)
  • US ONLY due to size of item. Shipping is included in the price.
    • Ships separately from other products if you order more items with it.

Upgraded Leadscrew Couplers × 2

$4.99 $3.24 / pc.

In stock

EZABL™ Pro Sensor

EZABL™ Pro (18mm)

Control Box w/Board for EZABL Pro Sensor

$34.99 $17.50

In stock

Artillery AL-4 OEM Mount in ABS

CR-10(S)/Ender 3/CR-20

EZOut V2 Filament Sensor Kit for the AL-4

CR-20/CR-10S/Tornado/MKS Boards

EZOut Filament Sensor

$5.99 $3.00

In stock

TH3D Tough Extruder with 3:1 Gearing

$39.99 $23.99

In stock

Tough Tube - up to 275C & 1.9MM ID

$7.99 $2.00

Add on our EZMat Build Surface? – optional

CR-10 (310x310)

Earn up to 381 Benchies.


Product Info

Printer Specifications

  • Build Area: 300x300x300
  • Voltage: 24V 500W PSU (Generic)
  • Extruder: MK8 All Metal
  • Hotend: Creality Style Hotend (Takes MK8 Nozzles) comes with 0.4mm Brass, X carriage is 100% identical to CR-10/Ender 3 so all CR-10 mounts work with this machine
  • Heated Bed: 250 watts 24V with “ultrabase” style surface
  • LCD: 12864 LCD with Full Size SD Slot
  • Mainboard: MKS Gen L with external 25A Mosfet for heated bed
  • Firmware: TH3D Unified Firmware with Thermal Runaway Protection
  • Stepper Drivers: 4X 4988 Drivers (Can be upgraded to TMC2208 or other Step Stick drivers)
    • Mounting holes are compatible with the SKR V1.3 and MKS SGen L if you want to later upgrade to 32 bit
  • Misc items included: SD card, Allen Wrenches, and Black PLA Roll
  • Free Upgrade: Includes parts we had made to add on 2nd Z motor and leadscrew with linking belt and pulleys
    • Please note there is no documentation included for the Dual Z kit as it was originally for in house use. We are just included it free of charge for those that want to use it. Printer is Single Z driven stock.
  • Compatible upgrades: EZABL, EZOut Filament Sensor Kit (MKS Version), Tough Extruder, TMC 2208/2209 Stepper Drivers
  • Assembly Guide from the Manufacturer here: DOWNLOADAL4 Assembly Guide


  • THIS IS A CLEARANCE ITEM/OVERSTOCK, all sales are final
  • Guaranteed not DOA, 30 days replacement/partial refund if parts are bad
    • Each machine will be opened and physical inspection performed to ensure everything is in the package and in-tact before shipping
      • Stepper Drivers checked
      • Wiring checked
      • LCD Tested and Checked
      • PSU Connections Checked
      • Firmware Updated to the TH3D Unified Firmware with Thermal Protection
      • All Physical parts inspected for damage or defects.
    • Firmware will be updated with the TH3D Unified Firmware
  • There is NO documentation included for the Dual Z kit parts included so it is very much DIY. Only buy this machine if you want to use it stock or you enjoy a small project.
  • Things to Check/Tune/Modify
    • Bed Wheel Spacers/Eccentric Lengths: Artillery has odd spacing on the bed wheels with the spacers/eccentric nuts. If you are using springs this is no issue but if you put solid bed mounts on the machine you may want to space our the eccentric nut side by using 1mm thick M5 brass washers between the wheel and eccentric nut. When using springs for leveling it is not an issue or even noticed since the springs are being adjusted, but when changing to solid mounts you will see a slight tilt. This is how they designed and shipped the printers. Typically the side with the eccentric nuts will be about 1mm shorter spacing than the side with just the spacers.
    • Hotend PTFE Insertion: This is not an AL-4 Specific thing but something that affects most printers with these style hotends (like the Creality machines) it is recommended to check that the PTFE tube is fully seated into the hotend. Heat the nozzle to 240C and then unscrew the hotend side PTFE fitting 1/4 turn. Press the PTFE tube all the way into the hotend and then tighten the fitting down again.
  • No technical support included

Pictures from the manufacturer:

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