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Creality Halot-One CL-60 3D Printer

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The Creality Halot-One is part of the new Halot Resin 3D Printer range offering high print speeds and incredible levels of detail. 

120W Power Super Spotlight | Powerful Creality Mainboard | 127x80x160mm Build Volume | 5" Touchscreen 

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If you follow the trends in the 3D Printing industry you will likely have noticed a rise in the popularity of resin 3D Printers. These 3D Printers, often called SLA or DLP Printersare capable of levels of detail that cannot be reached with FDM 3D Printers. Creality has noticed this trend and as a result, they have dedicated more resources to developing exciting new resin 3D Printers, with notable releases such as the LD-002R. LD-002H, and LD-006Each of these resin 3D Printers has offered a key benefit, such as higher levels of detail, faster print speeds, and larger build volume.  

As big fans of Creality 3D Printers we, along with many other Makers, were intrigued to learn that they had released a resin 3D Printer called Halot-One and its bigger sibling the Halot-SkyThe name change alone raised many questions and we were eager to get our hands on this exciting machine.  Now that we have had a chance to try out the Halot-one we discovered many of the exciting changes are internal.  These changes include some of the best aspects of printers from the LD series as well as some new features. The Halot-One combines the speed of the LD-002R, and the detail of the LD-002H, so there is no need to worry about compromising quality for speed when printing your next tabletop RPG figurines or pieces of jewelleryThe build volume remains similar to the LD-002R/H and this has become a common size for most entry-level resin 3D Printers. This is where the similarities end and the new features that help distinguish the Halot-One appear. These features include upgrading the light source, motherboard, touch screen, and user interface.

What are the new features of the Creality Halot-One? 

  • 120W Power Super Spotlight – Unlike FDM 3D Printers there are far fewer parts that can be upgraded with resin 3D Printers. So, changing a critical part such as the light source is a high risk but high reward choice and we are happy to say the outcome for the Halot-One is high reward. The Halot-One makes use of a self-developed integral 120W Power Super Spotlight light source. This refraction and reflection-based system consists of 6 light sources capable of outputting 3800uw/cm2 and claims an impressive above 80% illumination uniformity. Compared to the 40W Parallel Matrixed UV Array, found in the LD series, the 120W Power Super Spotlight allows for faster and higher detailed prints when combined with the 5.96” Monochrome LCD and powerful motherboard. 

  • HALOTBOX Slicer Software – Creality has been hard at work developing its own slicing software, called HALOTBOX, for their resin 3D Printer range. This is the slicer that is included with the Halot-One as Creality moves away from ChituBox slicer. While it may not have all the features you may get with well-established resin slicers it has already received a few updates and we are interested to see how Creality continues to develop the software. If HALOTBOX is not to your liking then you can also use the well-established and feature-packed Lychee slicer with your Halot-One. 

  • Powerful Creality Motherboard with WiFi  Creality has developed a powerful new motherboard for the Halot series The Halot-One motherboard features a powerful ARMCortex microcontroller to provide faster processing times and ultimately faster printing speeds. An interesting addition to the Halot-One motherboard is the built-in WiFiSo, if you are tired of having to transfer files using a memory card, or you are away from your printer, then you can slice and send files to your Halot-One remotely using HALOTBOX. The WiFi capabilities also allow the Halot-One to perform Over-The-Air firmware updates at the touch of a button.

  • 5 Capacitive Touch Screen with Creality UI – Creality has recently started putting lots of effort into making their 3D Printers as user-friendly as possible, and the Halot-One is no different. Instead of the 3.5” or 4.3” Touchscreen found on the LD series the Halot-One features a large 5” Capacitive Touch Screen. This means that the interface is clearly visible and buttons are easier to press. To complement this display, Creality has released a new user interface that has been designed to be simple, responsive, and easy to navigate, while still providing access to all the features you need. 

With all this in mind, it made sense as to why Creality moved away from adding this to the LD series and rather started a fresh and exciting new resin series. If you are interested in resin 3D printing be sure to have a look at the UW-01 and UW-02 clean and cure stations to make post-processing much easier. 

Please Note: The Halot-One is compatible with HALOTBOX, and Lychee slicers. Chitubox is currently not compatible but this may change in future updates. 


Creality Halot-One CL-60 3D Printer  -  Technical Specifications: 

  • Supplier 

– Creality 3D 

  • Build Volume 

– 127 x 80 x 160mm 

– Actual Bed Size: 138 x 85mm

  • Chassis Size (Desk Space Required) 

– 221 x 221 x 404mm 

  • 3D Resin Compatibility 

 405nm UV Curable Resin 

  • Extrusion/Curing Style 

– Digital Light Processing: LCD Masking Technique 

  • Extruder/Curing Assembly 

– 120W Power Super Spotlight 

  • Print Platform levelling System 

– Easy Manual Levelling 

  • Printing Speed (Layer) 

– 1 – 10s / layer 

  • Printing Speed (Max) 

 60mm / hour 

  • XY Resolution 

 51 microns

  • Z Resolution (Layer Height) 

 10 – 50 microns 

  • LCD Projection Size 

 5.96 Monochrome LCD (1620 x 2560 Resolution) 

  • Motherboard / Primary Controller 

 Creality Motherboard

  • User Interface 

 5 Capacitive Touch Screen (Creality UI) 

  • File Transfer Method 

 USB / WiFi

  • Compatible Slicers 

  • Light Insulation Cover 

 Red UV Resistant Moulded Cover 

  • Chassis Materials 

 Anodised Aluminium / Injection Moulded ABS 

  • Distinct Features 

 120W Light Source  

– Activated Carbon Air Filtration System  

– Over-The-Air Updates  

– WiFi Connectivity 

  • Weight (Printer) 


  • Weight (Package) 


  • Power Supply Input 


  • Power Supply Output 

– 24V, 1.3A 


Parts Included With The Creality Halot-One CL-60 3D Printer: 

  • Halot-One Base 

  • Printing Platform 

  • Red UV Resistant Cover 

  • Power Cable 

  • Data Card (USB) 

  • 3D Printer Film 

  • Assorted Accessories 

  • Instruction Manual 


Our Verdict on the New Creality Halot-One 3D Printer: 

It is clear Creality is trying to break away from the LD range with the release of the Halot series. The typical use case remains the same as other resin 3D Printers, but you will be able to produce prints at slightly higher quality and faster speeds. We are impressed with how the Halot-One has performed and are excited that Creality has not released a new model in the LD series but rather tried something new. 

While Creality has done their standard unboxing and print videowe were so eager to try out the new Halot-One that we decided to do our own unboxing video for it.


Amazing Small Printer

I've been playing around with my Halot-One for a week now, and honestly, I can say this is an amazing small resin printer (that really packs a punch!) I've been using it for smaller models, and besides some bloopers on my part, I would say my prints have come out better than I imagined. I will say, it is worth it to update the firmware on this bad boy. Trust me, just do it! Very little fuss to get it working out of the box, and you should be churning out good solid prints in no time.

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Although Creality 3D have been working within the industry since 2014, their addition of the Creality CR-10 series is what really catapulted them to the front line of competition, as it offered substantially better quality compared to other 3D printers – while simultaneously reducing the cost and complexities of the machines.

The quality of Creality’s 3D Printers and accessories shows through in their market history, with the brand selling around 3000 printers in their first year on the market, followed by about 10,000 sales over the next year. Now, Creality easily sells around 30,000 or more 3D printers each year, with sales continuously rising as they bring out more models. These are impressive numbers when considering the fact that they entered the industry as unknown competitors, quickly rising through the ranks and now even competing with Wanhao and similar top brands.

If you are looking for excellent 3D Printers that offer affordability without compromising on quality, Creality 3D is certainly a brand that you should take note of. From the basic Creality Ender 2 all the way up to the large build volume Creality CR-10 S5, there are few other brands who are capable of offering such a refined package while still maintaining some of the most enticing prices in the industry.