- Modeling Technology: FDM（Fused Deposition Modeling）
- Printing Size: 220x220x250mm
- Filament: PLA/TPU/PETG
- Working Mode: Online or SD card offline
- Supported OS: MAC/WindowsXP/7/8/10
- Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
- Slicing Software: Simplify3d/Cura
- Machine Size : 475x470x620mm
- Product Weight: 7.8KG
- Package Weight: 9.6KG
- Power Supply: Input AC 115V/230V; Output DC 24V 270W
- Ender-3 V2 FDM 3D Printer Extruder Hardware
- Layer Thickness: 0.1-0.4mm
- Print Precision: ±0.1mm
- Hotbed Temperature: ≤100°
I’ve been looking for a 3D printer for a while. I saw someone mention the Ender 3 pro v2 on a 3D page and bought one. Got it together and printing in just a few hours. I’m looking forward to making some one of a kind parts and pieces with it.
The installation was somewhat of a challenge but I got it put together in about two hours. I leveled the bed, put in my PLA and printed the little cat to see if I aligned the bed correctly. The cat came out perfectly. I have been printing other things ever since. I am very happy with my Ender 3 V2!!!
The Ender 3 v2 is my first ever 3D printer. I've never even seen one in person before. The assembly was a little slow as the directions are nearly useless. However, since assembly I've had nothing but an excellent experience. I've been printing almost non-stop and am almost through my first 1 kg spool of filament. I use Cura as a slicer; learning and tweaking settings has further improved my prints. I almost want another Creality printer to work alongside the original!
This is the second one I own. I pre-ordered an ender 3 v2 as my first printer with no experience and it was pretty much ready to print right out of the box (with a little assembly) which is why I got another as my second printer. I didn't have to calibrate anything although I did check to make sure. I replaced the stock springs right from the start but after the bed was level I was printing away. It's not a negative but I did notice some differences in the two printers even though they were the exact same model. The extruder was mounted closer to the z screw. So close in fact that the plug for the extruder almost hits the z screw. Misses it by the thickness of a sheet of paper. I don't like it's that close but so far after 100+ hours of printing, I haven't seen any issues.
Printer arrived in less than a week; excellent tracking provided. Setup was easy following youtube videos. It has printed nearly 24/7 flawlessly ever since, about a month now. I couldn't be happier after having 2 bad experiences with other brands. I will be back to buy a second printer soon.
I got so much more than what i was expecting out of a $250 printer and with just a few inexpensive upgrades it performs even better. I will be purchasing again from Creality in the future
I like the printer just fine, but assembly of it was a pain. most of the screws were loose, and had to watch 4 different videos, including a couple of ones explaining issues with / troubleshooting of building of the printer. Once I finally got it built and level, the prints I'm getting off of it are pretty good. I did flash the modified original Marlin firmware with Ender 3 v2 profile, which I needed to compile myself. Seems to work great with that.
This is my second Ender 3 have the pro and the original very good investment and for the price u can buy it to just plain have fun very pleased with this would buy again also set up is a little easier on the pro
Lot better than the ANET ET4 PRO that worked for less than a month. Everything works as advertised and very good quality prints. JOE
I'm happy with my printer so far. It's a great printer for the price. The customer service has been great for me so far also.
Item was back order but shipped before they said it would, shipping was fast and everything arrived safely. Machine is working well.
I am enjoying this world of creating and some day soon I'll be planning on getting a resin printer next. Thank you!
Superbly packed. Ease of assembly, a prints like a charm!
So far so good. The building instructions weren't used because I watched YouTube. I thought the instructions were a little vague so YouTube helps. Stay tuned
At first, it wouldn't work, at all...but i finally found a loose wire on the motherboard. After fixing that, it works like a charm! Im having soooo much fun.
I was worried about getting into 3D printing since they have a history of being pretty difficult. This printer has been great and very reliable. We are really enjoying using it now.
This is my first 3D printer and I'm having a blast. The evening it arrived I had the whole thing assembled in about 30 minutes. The next morning my first test print was running. It took a few runs to get the hang of leveling the bed, finding the right heat and speed settings, and how to use the software. For someone to do this for the first time without someone to show me how, I couldn't have hoped for something easier. The sample spool was gone in a few days. Now I got a list of projects waiting. Thank you Creality!
Printer works great. I had fun putting it together. The only thing that seemed weird was when I used the included micro SD > USB adapter it some how corrupted the all the files that were on there. When I asked support if there was anyway to get those files another way they never responded. I have not yet needed any files from them so everything is fine.
Quiet printer with a sleek look. Smooth movements. Definitely a good upgrade from my pro.
I am very pleased with this purchase. Took a little bit of time to put together a little bit time to calibrate it but once I did that it runs a great piece
Second 3d Printer, was having issues with my previous one and it was a less common printer and had a smaller community. Swapped out with the ender3v2 which was approximately same price and it's been significantly better with way more resources available for learning as a first time user. Completely different and altogether pleasurable experience.
I think it's sage advice to run this Ender 3 v2 or any other new 3d printer for 100 hours before upgrading anything. I only ran into firmware difficulty after running it for 100 + hours during firmware updates, otherwise, have been completely happy, and ordered two more... the CR-10 with another DIY Ender 3, that i will perform a list of upgrades apon, after 100 hours of error free operation.
easy setup ran right out of box will buy another one great product
Great printer for the money.
Great 3d printer. Have ran thousands of meters of pla throught it 24/7 with no issues. Recommend the firmer bed springs though
Awsome little machine straight out of the box. Super easy assembly, had it unpacked, assembled and printing in about an hour. I did have a few issues with leveling so I swapped the stock springs with flat springs and that helped quite a bit. I also built a spool holder with bearings for smoother filament feeding. I especially love the 32 bit board and how easy it is to update software. Built extremely sturdy, nice and ridged design. For the price this is a great machine with a good community around it to help with upgrades and tuning.
Purchased when first available, this is my first and only 3d printer. Due to my lack of knowledge about 3d printing, this model was difficult to tame. The bed had one corner which was a good 2 mm lower than the rest. I attempted everything, including putting wedges under that corner which only served to raise the glass bed off the heating plate and allow cooling air to circulate beneath. When the model did stick, I couldn't get it loose! One of the first items printed, a knob for a switch, stuck so hard to the glass that it tore off a section of the metal grid implanted into the glass. Also, on large flat areas being printed, the print was "blobby". I ended up upgrading the extruder to a two-geared model which regulates the flow of filament in a consistent manner and made a world of difference. After substituting larger, stronger springs under the plate, I learned to leave the bed adjustment screws as loose as possible so not to distort the metal heating plate where one corner would be lower than the rest! Even now, though, I must slightly adjust the leveling before each build. The two clips which come with the unit to clip the glass plate to the heating plate are not enough. I discovered that two clips on each of three sides assisted greatly in keeping the heating plate in contact with the glass, insuring uniform heating. I ended up using small paperclips (the type with the two levers on them). I could not put any clips on the left side since they interfered with the path of the nozzle during its initial wiping procedure. Another modification which I made was relocating the spool holder to the left of the machine. This made a straight path for the filament to enter the extruder. In its original position on top of the machine, the filament bent very sharply and once the tension was so strong, that it prevented the filament from being pulled by the extruder, so I had an "air-print" Since finally getting it to work in a more or less consistent manner, it has been running nearly 24-7 creating many useful items. I have repaired a drill press, made drawers to hold electronic components, printed Christmas presents for next year, printed enclosures for electronic projects, made some kitchen accessories for my wife, as well as tools for my own use. I only subtracted one star from this score, because many of the early problems could be attributed to my ignorance of the 3d printing process. Yet I do know that my next 3d printer will have auto-leveling! But that's the topic for another review!
Had a lot of issues getting the bed levelled and before every print I have to tweak the bed levelling. Apart from that it works well and has printed everything I have asked of it so far with minimal stringing and other issues that people seem to suffer with the Ender3. All in all happy with my purchase.
So far I've not had much issue in getting prints done... Found one problem today where I get wider layers every 16 mm as the axis raises up that I need to figure out. Mostly trying different things right now learning the machine and 3d printing. Few face book pages you can find for help but not much in the way of finding anything helpful on the creality site. I think it's a solid printer but we'll see with time.
Have enjoyed the experience with the Ender 3 completely.Could say I am amazed at the quality of the printer and the prints it turns out.Am glad this is the one I chose to start with! Will recommend Creality to everyone.
I am really enjoying the experience. I had a little bit of trouble booting the printer at first but your support and assistance was great--fast, courteous, informative and helpful. Thank you for such a fine product.
i'm working on a formal review video from my channel but will link later but i'm so impressed with this machine so i have the 2 most highly rated printer models in the sub 400 range and of the 2 this one JUST WORKS out of the box great prints and minor adjustments everyday just works the one i got this to compare to is a hassle all the time having to take it apart just to change filaments and allays out of level and hard to re level this unit is a breeze to level and the fact that it has the ability to add auto leveling to it is great its also extremely quite in fact stupid quite i have yet to try tpu but everything else has printed great the first time every time i do like the removable plate as it will eventually need to be replaced i'm sure sturdy construction very easy to adjust and the fact that it uses 1 stepper to raise and lower the gantry eliminates a lot of common issues with dual stepper units keeping them aligned this is hands down the best printer i have ever had and i'm glad you guys sent it to me to try out! only negative i can give is the fan is a bit loud but the rest of the machine is so quite its not to bad to hear a little fan noise this machine is so quite it lives in my master bedroom. out of 6 machines this is now my go to machine and will definitely recommend it to others and my viewers! HIGH FIVE!!
Add BL Touch as standard offering
Loved the printer. Build plate scratches id you don't know what you're doing. I would recommend making a video tutorial of the build and tips for beginners as instructions can always be a little confusing.
I can't say enough about how great this printer is. Far exceeded my expectations. Despite somewhat sparse instructions, it went together and leveled easily and every print has been perfect. Dimensions of prints are much better than my other printers without having to calibrate at all. This is a very sturdy, well designed machine. Also, creality3d.shop has worked out great despite a moment of panic when I realized they weren't part of Creality3d and saw some really bad, older reviews. (They really should not pretend to be part of Creality) I can't say anything about service but their price was great and I got the printer literally the next day after placing my order.
|Ship From||To:||Shipping Time|
|Czech Republic||Most Countries in Europe||3-7 business days|
|United States||United States||3-7 business days|
|Canada and Mexico||15-30 business days|
|China||Canada, Australia||15-30 business days|
|Most 3D Printer parts, accessories and filaments will be shipped seperately from China.||15-30 business days|
|Note: Processing Time 1-2 business days|