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Ender-3 V2 3D-Printer: what’s new?
- Updated mainboard with silent TMC2208 stepper drivers: Compared to the Ender 3 and Ender 3 pro, a V2 design that delivers users an out-of-the-box experience and silence-oriented upgrades(quieter 3D printers). **
- A new screen with an updated easy to use interface
- New Heating Element Enclosure
- Easy filament feed function.
- X and Y-Axis Belt Tension: quick and fast adjustment. and better to improve dimensional accuracy.
- Y-Axis – 4040 Aluminium Extrusion: The Y-Axis has been replaced with a 4040 extrusion, the same as the Ender 3 Pro.
This gives greater stability to the Y-Axis over the original Creality Ender 3.
- Nozzle and Toolbox, are convenient and tidy.
** Specifications on boards are subject to change without advance notice Due to chip shortages and supply line issues Some stepper drivers may change depending on availability at the time of assembly.
This is the Printer that the Voxelab Aquila X2 was cloned from
Works great !
Shipping was super fast. Everything is working great. Would highly recommend and look forward to future purchases.
It's a really good start to 3d Printing ! it is easy to find information online to adjuste and calibrate the machine. It's easy to build it and to adjust things. I print many things with like tools organiser, card boxes for many games, minis cable managements ,etc.
Prints out really good, and I feel like a expert
I have had one 3D printer before this that I bought waaaay back in 2012. This Creality was so much easier to set up and get going than my old printer. I was amazed at the quality of the prints. Seems like a great model to purchase if you want to try out 3D printing becaue it's not that expensive and if you're like me and want to tinker and upgrade you can do that too. Overall happy with my purchase.
I heard mixed reviews about this machine, but it was really easy to set up and works well. The only issue that I had to start with was the "Autosave" feature that occurs at the start of each layer caused the printhead to pause for about 1 second, causing blobbing. I fixed this by purchasing a faster Micro SD Card. I use the Cura Slicer with it and the default Ender 3 configuration on Cura gets the job done.
Had a small issues with my first order, but it was no fault of anyone. 3D Printing Canada made sure that the issue was solved and that I had a perfect product. Assembly was easy and setup as well. I suggest, if you're a beginner, to watch all instructional videos included on the SD card, as well as follow some highly rated channels on YouTube. Prints are great so far, but I do recommend purchasing quality PLA (if that's what you choose to use) as the checp stuff is terrible for your extruder.
The assembly was not easy, it seems simple but you must follow many technical tips, after watching more than 10 videos on the internet and setting up my printer wrong twice, I found the YouTube channel of 3dprintingCanada and they show step by step with all the assembly tricks . After this my printer works flawlessly. Thank you very much for the patience to the mail every day asking questions, excellent service... 1000% recommended.
Great machine! FDM are the the best to produce dnd mini but yhe quality is still good ! I like my my ender 3 v2. I'll be able to print many things like tool management, table top game stuff and utility for my house.
Easy to assemble. Worked first try
Where to begin, first off when I ordered this I was very excited to add another printer to my system, and it would pair well with my Amazon Ender 3v2 now when it arrived there were unfortunately some factory defects such as missing screws and creality accidently installed a 4.3.1 board in it, this is the board for the Ender 6 machines, well after chatting with support at 3D Printing Canada we have recieved the replacement board we made a mutual agreement that I send them back the 4.3.1 board and they will send me the 4.2.7 board which is the ultra silent board. I am more then impressed with the wonderful customer service that 3DPC provided and their customer service made this product review a 4 star, I know that the missing screws or the incorrect board was not 3DPC's fault which is why I'm not faulting them on it. The printer is now ultra silent as the site states which is the information that creality provided. So any accidental missrespresentation is on creality, I did knock off a star for recieving a semi faulty product (missing screws and incorrect board) but other then that and after 3DPC made it right this deserves a 5/5 but just due to the printer that I recieved needing some repairs before it could be used for printing (not their fault I'm blaming the factory) now that it's printing it's a silent beast and knocking out prints left right and center.
I recommend this printer to any new printing hobbyist looking for a best bang for your buck printer! Make sure you follow the guide from Tomb of 3D printer horror on YouTube on assembly and bed levelling! This will guarantee a better experience starting out with this printer!
I bought a printer knowing nothing. My only desire was to print exotic skulls and crazy things for my reptiles and thus printer is the way to go. Watched a YouTube video to properly set it up and level it and it's my God send, a little power horse who's always up to the job! I love it so much and I can't wait to keep printing crazy things. This is the starter printer for anyone new.
Great printer, but above all, excellent customer service. Very glad I didn't buy on Amazon. When the motherboard suddenly failed after 6 months - sh*t happens - the support team at 3dprintingcanada wasted no time in shipping a replacement part at no cost to me. Thanks to them, my small operation will barely miss a beat. So two thumbs up there As for the printer itself, I have found it to be very reliable aside from this incident.
Bought this printer based on recommendations from friends. They all said it was the easiest to setup and get printing in record time. Reason I bought it was to make hard body fishing lures and I have to say this printer does that and a lot more. Even the sample pla which is what that crank bait is printed in did excellent and a lot of other printer reviewers say to toss it but it proved to be good material. I'd definitely recommend this printer to anyone and I am even thinking of buying another
Very very poor customer service. I am a mechanical engineer that purchased this machine to do some simple prototyping of scaled parts and models to be able to demonstrate concepts to my peers. I have had nothing but problems with it since purchasing from a loose frame and stripped bolts and holes to problems with the extruder and a faulty broken fan upon purchase i sent it back for warranty repair costing 100$ in shipping to wait 5 weeks and receive my printer in the exact same condition with nothing but a Bowden tube change done and after purchasing brand new filament the first test print i tried resulted in the blowout of the extruder pictured above. Extremely disappointed will not be buying from this company ever again.
Easy to assemble and after watching a few YouTube videos, got the bed levelled nicely. Hardest part is learning TinkerCad and Cura functions and getting print times lower while maintaining quality.
This is my second Creality Ender 3 V2 3D printer from 3D Printing Canada, and I'm favorably impressed with the product. I'm equally impressed with 3D Printing Canada's online services and quick response time. If my many projects go well, I may well end up with a print farm. Of course, I did my research before buying a 3D printer. The inexpensive E3V2 3D printer has gotten more positive feedback than any other 3D printer, and from people all over the world. So, it makes sense that I would favor these machines over others. That's not to say that there aren't other choices available, but guys, I love these printers! I'm relatively new to 3D printing, but I'm gaining invaluable experience day by day. As a hobbyist, these machines quickly became indispensable in my home for prototyping robotics designs and more. I implemented suggestions given by several more experienced YouTube vloggers, and replaced some critical parts on my first printer from the get-go. I did this to improve printer functionality. I changed the stock springs underneath the bed for the stronger yellow ones, the white PTFE stock tube for Capricorn blue silicone PTFE tubing. Lastly, after the lever had cracked, I changed the stock plastic extruder for a single-gear aluminum one. I might eventually move on to an aluminum dual gear extruder. My second printer has also been modified, and it is now equipped with Creality's direct drive extruder, and I'll be trying out silicone mounts instead of the stock springs underneath the bed. Theoretically, if my bed is level and parallel with the X-axis gantry, the silicone mounts should keep it that way without requiring further adjustments. I've also added a second lead screw to the right side of the printer to remedy the slight sagging of the X-axis gantry. Have you heard the expression, "two heads are better than one?" Well, in this case, two screws are. . . You get the picture. I am currently having problems with my older printer. These issues are due to normal part wear, and not the printer itself. For instance, the brass nut that fixes the lead screw to the X-axis gantry has worn, and this is causing all kinds of height-related Z-axis problems. In this case, squaring up the frame did not help. Once the nut wears out, the displacement of the lead screw can make it quite difficult to level the bed, because the play between lead screw and nut causes the X-axis gantry to move erratically in the Z-axis. This also means that from one time to the next, the X-axis gantry can find itself at a different height than the previous time. An auto bed-levelling device is useless when this happens, because this device is only intended to help with bed surface irregularities. It does nothing for bed-levelling, which makes me wonder why they call it auto bed-levelling in the first place, as bed-levelling must initially be done by the user before the ABL device can be used. The play in the lead screw affects the printer's accuracy to position the X-axis gantry to the proper height in relation to the bed. According to one vlogger, this play can be as much as 0.5mm. He demonstrated this using a digital depth gauge to measure distance between hot end and bed. Sometime soon, once I've replaced the brass nut, I should have my first printer operating normally again. I'd only recently added white lithium grease to the nut, but after several months of printing it was already too late in the game. I'd run this printer to the ground 24/7 for up to 8 months without any major difficulties. Sure, I dealt with other problems like under-extrusion from time to time. Who hasn't? It's par for the course. After all this time, it's understandable that some parts may need maintenance or replacement. My printer ran flawlessly for all that time without any major maintenance or lubricants. Amazing. Both my printers arrived within days of ordering them. I can count on 3D Printing Canada for fast service and delivery, and they are always ready to answer any of my questions. They also support a forum for those of you who are interested. What more can you ask? And. . . you can't print something without filament. 3D Printing Canada has an excellent selection of filament from PLA, ABS, PETG, etc. If you can name it, they've probably got it.
Fully down the rabbit hole! What a great starter machine for 3D printing. Tons of online support for configuration and calibration. Best decision ever.
It's a great printer and a great one to learn 3D print. Strong construction and a lot of documentation on the net to achieve great result with that printer.
I talked to you guys about my issue but it seems I am too stupid to comprehend. This is a brand new unit the most basic of them all and something is terribly wrong. I have now 10 printers and I do a lot of design. Because I moved and am building a house I do not have the time with this shit. I am fed up and so disappointed with the only Canadian distributer I have tried. The unit is going for scrap because of no support. Good bye Tony.
Can't wait to finish assembling it and get started printing
Made this router mount for my CNC table. It is great that I can make things that help me buildbother things!
Disappointed the board is 4.2.2 and not 4.2.7.
Love this printer it is my first one and was really easy to setup and get going highly recommended it.
Works great no problems and runs smooth
It was fun to put together. Had a few minor issues. But we went online and got answers from Chris. Now we know how to adjust different parts. Works great with the new springs. Thanks Chris and staff for all your help.
This is my 4th printer and has become the work house of the 4. Might be the best starter printer I have tried. Setup was a breeze and had it printing in under a 1 hour. Recommend moving the spool from the top as it when I had it up on the top it would vibrate. After that it has become almost completely silent in my office as my other computer fans are almost as loud.
Great entry level printer that produces top shelf results out of the box. Highly recommended
J'ai aimé l'imprimante 3d et j'en suis satisfait je n'ai pas eu d'énorme problèmes juste des problèmes ajustement usine ou de méprise de ma part j'aurais aimé un manuel avec des photos écrit en français mais a part cela très bon produit !! je le recommande pour un débutant en 3d le logiciel créality cura ma bien aidé.
Made a few purchases now and all have been great. Delivery times were excellent and the products arrived in great condition.
This was such a great purchase. Super affordable, great quality prints. My kids are over the moon. The V2 had a lot of fixes to things people complain about on the older models and the only sound is the fans. Only downside so far is that it can't do linear advance. That's a small thing, though, and I would buy this exact model again on a heartbeat.
I love this printer, it is very straightforward to set up, and prints great out of the box with no additional modifications. I have this machine printing non stop since I received it without any issues.
I love this machine! I ordered my printer on a Saturday, and received it four days later. The package arrived in excellent condition. 3D Printing Canada had the best price for the Ender 3 V2 3D printer, and believe me, I looked around before I purchased it. They sold this printer at a price I could afford. If you're looking for an Ender 3 V2 3D printer, this is the place to buy one. They also have an unbeatable selection of filaments, and offer other printer-related services worth looking into. 3D Printing Canada offers excellent after-sale service, products, and support. I couldn't be happier with my choice to buy from this store. Henri Coderre, sole-proprietor of AvantGarde Electronics
The Ender 3 V2 is basically the best Ender 3 you can get. Out of the box, use a carpenter's right angle or square to make sure the frame rails are at 90 deg when assembling. Get some tighter springs for it and use loctite on the bed levellers and tighten them up - put the bed level switch as low as possible (hence springs will be super tight). Bam - 2 weeks of printing, 400 grams and bed stays level without adjustment. Aside from all that, this is an awesome printer for the money and a great way to get into 3D printing. There's no need to mess with it too much out of the box unless you want to print exotic (PC, Nylon with Carbon Fiber) or soft (TPU) filaments. If you want to print faster your best options are better designed parts that use less plastic and/or a larger nozzle - 0.8 mm prints twice as fast as 0.4 mm. You won't get it to print as fast or as quality as a 5000$ printer by putting in upgrades so just use it and enjoy it for what it is - the Toyota of the 3D Printing World.
Super happy with it! Tons of info on the internet about it and how to get things working, great introduction to 3d printing!
Great and simple purchasing experience. Shipped out a day later and had it the next day. This machine is well refined and just works after assembly. The manual can be a bit hard to decode so watch the video that is on the SD card that it comes with or even better the YouTube videos that are out there. Up and running in a couple of hours as a first time user and first prints worked perfectly.
At this price this little printer cannot be beat. There’s a bit of tinkering to dial this in, after some basic upgrades, this has become a beast. I do suggest a BL-Touch, but if you’re gonna go that route, would cr20 be the better buy? Perhaps
jim ferguson f.
Best printer that i have had.
I'd been thinking about getting a 3D printer for a couple of years now. These printers were pretty immature products in the beginning, of course, so with a lot of patience, I just waited. I'm so glad I did. I purchased my printer at the end of Sept 2020. This particular printer has been absolutely fantastic to play.err.. I mean.. work with. It's been a solid printer with barely a fault with the prints. It was relatively straight forward to build, and has a pretty straight forward menu interface. (HINT: The USB key that comes with the printer has a video on how to build it. YouTube is nice, but a lot of the videos are dated, and I should have checked the key first. 2 hour build time to 30 minutes, easy). Over the past three weeks or so (as of this writing), its only had a few days of down-time as I was out of town. When I'm home, its printing. When I'm at work, its printing. When I'm sleeping, not usually printing, but... you know.. gotta get that last print in........ The ONLY fault I have with it is that you have to use a push-button knob to go through the menu system on that interface. Trying to manipulate the bed or head manually is a pain when you need to clean the bed or nozzle. With cost savings though, it's not as bad as you might think. You can control the printer as needed through the interface, and at a minimum, that's all one can ask for. However, handling the SD card and going between the printer and my computer became an issue. I don't like the wear and tear this can present on both the printer and the card itself. This "issue" was managed by giving purpose to one of my unused Raspberry Pi devices (3B) flashing OctoPi to a different SD card, then connecting the Pi to my wired network, then to the printer via Micro USB. (You CAN use Wireless, I just prefer not to). The Raspberry Pi now controls the print head in its entirety through a web browser, or my phone.
2nd printer I’ve had. Huge upgrade from my old one. Comes with all the upgrades I had bought and printed for my old machine. Great service from 3dprintingcanada. Had a faulty part, new piece was in the mail that day! Would highly recommend.
This is my first 3D printer and overall I am very happy. In the end, with all the modifications I made, I probably would have went with a Ender 3 or Ender 3 Pro but overall I am very happy. If your someone who wants a printer that is more or less good to go, then this is the best choice. If you would rather buy a bunch of modifications and enjoy upgrading stuff then I would probably go with an Ender 3 or Ender 3 Pro instead.
I ordered my Ender 3 V2 on September 2 just before the price drop and back to school offers... Sigh, the story of my life! It was shipped the same day and arrived in less than a week which is typical of 3D Printing Canada. Their service has always been second to none and is amazing. They are a great company to deal with for all your 3D printing needs and have become my go to for parts and supplies also. I have an Ender 2 and an original Ender 3 now for 2 years (upgraded with a V4.2.7 board) so I am very familiar with the Ender line of printers and love them. The Ender 3 V2 was exactly what I had hoped it would be, it truly is an upgraded version of the Ender 3. I am happy that Creality keeps pushing the bar with these machines because they are a amazing value. At this price point you will not get a better quality more user friendly machine. The upgraded 32 bit main board is very quiet and provides for super smooth movements of the axis which translates to better quality prints. The improved belt tensioners are a nice touch, but once you find the sweet spot you really don't need to fuss with them. The extruder is actually improved with the brass bushing at the inlet on the plastic arm but it is also adjustable for tension so should not need to be replaced right away. Just put a short length of Bowden tube on the filament ahead of the extruder to keep the filament off the lead screw as it is very close. The bowden tube fitting that came with it was garbage (plastic fingers) and blew out on the extruder 1/2 way through the first print. I always have extra good quality ones on hand so it is only a couple of minutes fix. But do this right away and save yourself the headache. Assembly was straight forward and the frame was nice and square once tightened up. Everything is really well packed to avoid any damage while shipping. Creality does a super job with this. Just take your time during assembly to get it right, the instructions are adequate but there are many Youtube video's out there that are worth the 20-30 minutes of your life to review before assembly if you have never assembled one before. I personally love the Ultrabase type bed for printing on, yet others struggle with it. Just be aware that they do wear out and one day they just stop grabbing filament for some reason and you really can not bring the surface back to life. I now treat them as a consumable but you should be able to get 100's of prints before the base fails. A little Pritt glue stick will fix this until you get a new one. Please take the time and carefully level your bed prior to trying any prints to avoid damage to the bed. This will also ensure success in adhesion and print quality the first time you try to print something. I did not try the few meter's of filament that came with the print as I always have rolls of quality filament on hand. My first print I used Verbatim green and it worked perfectly minus the fitting failure. The one thing that did surprise me is the loud fan noise from this printer. Unlike the original Ender 3 the Ender 3 V2 has the main board fan in the bottom of the body of the printer and the high quality Meanwell power supply similarly tucked into the rear of the body for a much cleaner high end look and should have resulted in less noise. However, the fans are very loud, much louder than the fans on my original Ender 3. So if you plan on using this in a living area or bedroom realize that the fan noise cancels out any gain from the silent mother board. The Main board and or power supply fans will require replacement if you truly want quiet operation. The Ender 3 V2 is capable of beautiful prints that are as nice as prints from printers costing many times as much money. I do highly recommend this printer as it is a great addition for someone just needing/wanting another one or for the novice just starting out 3D printing it will build confidence in the process as it is very user friendly.
Great 3D printer for beginners. This is my first printer and had no problems with assembly other than not paying attention to the instructions so that was on me. Highly suggest getting a set of the yellow springs for bed leveling they make a world of difference.
Creality Ender 3 V2 (220x220x250mm)
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