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[title] InstallAcquire modified firmware
[* icon_note] In order for
the new hot end to work properly, some configuration changes must be made to the firmware. Specifically, the E3D hot end uses a different type of thermistor. Without a firmware configured to use the correct type of thermistor, the temperature readings will be wrong.
[* icon_note] The CR-10 uses [http://marlinfw.org/|Marlin Firmware]. Creality does not publish their files for the stock version of the firmware. This is a violation of Marlin's open source license. Therefore, you must either configure a fresh copy of Marlin yourself, or find a copy that someone else has already configured for the CR-10.

[* black] Insert wisdom hereFor your convenience, MatterHackers has made [[CR-10 Custom Firmware Files|precompiled firmware images]] for you. These are based on mainline Marlin 1.1.8. Choose the correct firmware for your specific model of CR-10.
[* black] If you wish you may compile the firmware yourself. See [https://e3d-online.dozuki.com/Guide/V6+Marlin+Configuration/5|E3D's instructions on the configuration changes] that need to be made and also [https://www.matterhackers.com/news/how-to-successfully-flash-your-3d-printers-firmware|our guide on compiling and uploading custom firmware]
.
[title] InstallAcquire modified firmware
[* icon_note] In order for
the new hot end to work properly, some configuration changes must be made to the firmware. Specifically, the E3D hot end uses a different type of thermistor. Without a firmware configured to use the correct type of thermistor, the temperature readings will be wrong.
[* icon_note] The CR-10 uses [http://marlinfw.org/|Marlin Firmware]. Creality does not publish their files for the stock version of the firmware. This is a violation of Marlin's open source license. Therefore, you must either configure a fresh copy of Marlin yourself, or find a copy that someone else has already configured for the CR-10.

[* black] Insert wisdom hereFor your convenience, MatterHackers has made [[CR-10 Custom Firmware Files|precompiled firmware images]] for you. These are based on mainline Marlin 1.1.8. Choose the correct firmware for your specific model of CR-10.
[* black] If you wish you may compile the firmware yourself. See [https://e3d-online.dozuki.com/Guide/V6+Marlin+Configuration/5|E3D's instructions on the configuration changes] that need to be made and also [https://www.matterhackers.com/news/how-to-successfully-flash-your-3d-printers-firmware|our guide on compiling and uploading custom firmware]
.