Official Creality Ender 3 V2 3D Printer with 32 Bit Silent Board Meanwell Power Supply Glass Bed and Resume Printing 220x220x250mm


Ender 3V2
ender 3v2
pla white pla black PLA grey pla blue pla yellow pla red
Color White Black Grey Blue Yellow Red
Weight 2.2lbs (1KG) 2.2lbs (1KG) 2.2lbs (1KG) 2.2lbs (1KG) 2.2lbs (1KG) 2.2lbs (1KG)
Material PLA PLA PLA PLA PLA PLA
Diameter 1.75 ± 0.02mm 1.75 ± 0.02mm 1.75 ± 0.02mm 1.75 ± 0.02mm 1.75 ± 0.02mm 1.75 ± 0.02mm
Nozzle Temp 190-230°C 190-230°C 190-230°C 190-230°C 190-230°C 190-230°C


Dimensions: 47 x 47.5 x 62 cm; 7.8 Kilograms
Model: US1-Ender3 V2-FBA
Manufacture: Creality 3D
Origin: China

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78 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Good little printer. Bit frustrating for a novice like myself but that’s on me, not the printer. A few days after owning it and figuring out how to use one, (bed leveling, adhesion, cleaning clogged nozzles, etc.) I can now print and I’m quite pleased with it.
    Would I buy it again? I probably would.

  2. LolitaMacgroart says:

     United Kingdom

    Good little printer. Bit frustrating for a novice like myself but that’s on me, not the printer. A few days after owning it and figuring out how to use one, (bed leveling, adhesion, cleaning clogged nozzles, etc.) I can now print and I’m quite pleased with it.
    Would I buy it again? I probably would.

  3. Caroline says:

     United Kingdom

    Good little printer. Bit frustrating for a novice like myself but that’s on me, not the printer. A few days after owning it and figuring out how to use one, (bed leveling, adhesion, cleaning clogged nozzles, etc.) I can now print and I’m quite pleased with it.
    Would I buy it again? I probably would.

  4. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Good little printer. Bit frustrating for a novice like myself but that’s on me, not the printer. A few days after owning it and figuring out how to use one, (bed leveling, adhesion, cleaning clogged nozzles, etc.) I can now print and I’m quite pleased with it.
    Would I buy it again? I probably would.

  5. SebastiHennessy says:

     United Kingdom

    Good little printer. Bit frustrating for a novice like myself but that’s on me, not the printer. A few days after owning it and figuring out how to use one, (bed leveling, adhesion, cleaning clogged nozzles, etc.) I can now print and I’m quite pleased with it.
    Would I buy it again? I probably would.

  6. Joseph S Anzalone says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this printer as a hobby, and it’s not often failed me, the adhesion on mine is a little janky so I’ve invested in something that helps it.
    Can’t comment on the tech support as I’ve never needed to use it, although I’ve heard it’s not very good. People have posted problems and solutions online which have helped any hiccups I’ve come across.

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this printer as a hobby, and it’s not often failed me, the adhesion on mine is a little janky so I’ve invested in something that helps it.
    Can’t comment on the tech support as I’ve never needed to use it, although I’ve heard it’s not very good. People have posted problems and solutions online which have helped any hiccups I’ve come across.

  8. ZYJGabriel says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this printer as a hobby, and it’s not often failed me, the adhesion on mine is a little janky so I’ve invested in something that helps it.
    Can’t comment on the tech support as I’ve never needed to use it, although I’ve heard it’s not very good. People have posted problems and solutions online which have helped any hiccups I’ve come across.

  9. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this printer as a hobby, and it’s not often failed me, the adhesion on mine is a little janky so I’ve invested in something that helps it.
    Can’t comment on the tech support as I’ve never needed to use it, although I’ve heard it’s not very good. People have posted problems and solutions online which have helped any hiccups I’ve come across.

  10. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this printer as a hobby, and it’s not often failed me, the adhesion on mine is a little janky so I’ve invested in something that helps it.
    Can’t comment on the tech support as I’ve never needed to use it, although I’ve heard it’s not very good. People have posted problems and solutions online which have helped any hiccups I’ve come across.

  11. Maurice3413 says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this printer as a hobby, and it’s not often failed me, the adhesion on mine is a little janky so I’ve invested in something that helps it.
    Can’t comment on the tech support as I’ve never needed to use it, although I’ve heard it’s not very good. People have posted problems and solutions online which have helped any hiccups I’ve come across.

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersThis review might be a bit lengthy but bare with me as it’s aimed at complete beginners, kind of like me.

    I bought this machine on an absolute whim, I decided I wanted Valorant props and couldn’t find any. So I thought well I’m just going to make them then.
    Ive been aware of 3D printing for a long time but never actually looked into it. I remember hearing of the Tarantula and at some point I heard that the Ender is the best in its price class. I did a bit of research and decided the ender is the way to go. The price and features it packs in are absolutely phenomenal. Anyways down to the product review.

    1) Set up, this part is easily the most daunting tas for beginners. Fortunately I highly recommend the YouTube video for setting up the Ender 3 V2. That honestly helped me so much, my Y axis isn’t as smooth as the guy on the videos, I can’t push the Y axis frame up and down easily with stepper disabled like he can. This might mean that the stepper motor has to work harder however it’s fully functioning and not too much of a concern, although I wish I’d have been good enough to set it up flawlessly. The whole setup took me about 6 hours.

    2) bed levelling and calibration.

    This step is the absolute most important, it also shows my biggest peeve about this product. The build quality you get is incredible but for some reason they really just skimped out on the springs to save 0.001 of a penny. The bed levelling is the answer to 99.9% of my problems I had with this printer. On my first day of use I had failed print after failed print. I couldn’t get it to stick, couldn’t get it to not destroy itself during the print. It’s all because of bed levelling. When I first did it I could not for the life of me figure it out. I turned the springs all the way so that the bed plate didn’t hit the stopper switches. I then twisted it too much the other way and the nozzle dug into the glass when I pressed print and it has left a nice war wound on the bed plate. I had no clue what I was doing and was about to give up on the product, until I decided to raise the Z stopper switch up just a bit higher and then started levelling the bed. I finally got there and got my first successful print. However the really bad springs on the stock bed are deffo worth replacing right off the bat with stiffer ones as I find myself having to recalibrate after every other print. To bed level I take a piece of A4 paper and place it on the bed (make sure it’s preheated but be careful as it’s 60c, this is important though as it expands slightly when warm and we are working with fractions of mm’s here. Make sure the bed springs are tightened a lot so that the nozzle doesn’t ram into the bed like mine did, you may have to raise the stopper switch also so that you can get the right height without the plate being too low for the stopper switch on the bed line to activate. Use the auto home feature to get the printers nozzle to the bottom corner, if when the nozzle comes down it rams into the bed then the stopper switch on the side is too low. I had to raise mine so that the bed springs didn’t need full tightening as when I do this they don’t make contact with the bed stopper switch and it keeps trying to move backwards and grinds the motor etc. Something for beginners to check and troubleshoot as it wasn’t completely obvious.

    So assuming you have the side stopper to the point the nozzle isn’t ramming the glass plate and the bed springs are not too tight so that the bed stopper at the back under the bed is still making contact you are now ready to center. Take the paper and place it on the bed under the nozzle twist the springs so that they become more lose and the bed is heightened. Do this very slowly on the bottom left corner and wiggle the paper. The paper should have resistance from the nozzle now but still move around without tearing or being cut up by the nozzle. Once done move to the next corner and repeat. Go around multiple times! Doing it once is not enough as adjusting one effects the others, go around multiple times until you’re completely satisfied that each corner has resistance, not too much and not too little. Once done it’s ready

    Now it’s time to print, the Ender software for slicing and gcoding is okay but I prefer to use the prusa slicer program, that’s probably just personal preference though. Make sure to enable support structures in the options tab. It’s not on by default and it will save you many many times. Finally I am using a glue stick to ensure I get full adhesion to the bed when printing.

    TLDR amazing tech for the price, it’s gotten me absolutely hooked on 3D printing. A massive headache of a printer for the first few days as you get to learn it and get better at the bed levelling. Just stick at it and it’ll click eventually, once it does you will be blown away at what you can achieve.

    If you don’t want any of this headache and are prepared to spend up to 1k. Just buy a prusa printer they auto level and are basically just plug and play lol you can buy it fully preassembled too.

    If you want to learn and make a printer farm on a budget just get like 5 of these aha. Moral of the story, throw yourself in there. It’ll absolutely kick your ass at first and make you want to hit a wall but you will get better and take it baby steps at a time to learn and problem solve. You won’t regret it and will reach a point where the things giving you all that headache are now just trivial

    This machine has already opened a can of worms

  13. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersHad major problems at the start but after I got some help this printed beautifully! and from the first print I can see it’s way better than my old Xvico X3S.

  14. Falcata Times says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 4 From Our UsersHad major problems at the start but after I got some help this printed beautifully! and from the first print I can see it’s way better than my old Xvico X3S.

  15. TommyBreeden says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 4 From Our UsersHad major problems at the start but after I got some help this printed beautifully! and from the first print I can see it’s way better than my old Xvico X3S.

  16. ElveraKirton says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 4 From Our UsersHad major problems at the start but after I got some help this printed beautifully! and from the first print I can see it’s way better than my old Xvico X3S.

  17. MargartGillilan says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 4 From Our UsersHad major problems at the start but after I got some help this printed beautifully! and from the first print I can see it’s way better than my old Xvico X3S.

  18. DarbyGouger says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 4 From Our UsersHad major problems at the start but after I got some help this printed beautifully! and from the first print I can see it’s way better than my old Xvico X3S.

  19. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is my first 3D printer. Purchased back in May 2021, and leaving this review after 5 months of use.

    If you’ve built PCs before or are mechanically minded then it’s pretty straight forward to assemble. Though one pre-assembled part was mis-assembled when I received mine, but not an issue to correct it. Plus there’s plenty of great Youtube content for this machine to get it all running well.

    Just take your time, I spent a good half-day or so on it. And don’t use the included sample filament, use a reputable brand.

    Tramming the bed (levelling) is the most important thing to get right, and once you’ve got it set, adjust the Z offset for the right amount of material ‘squish’ and be sure to clean the glass bed with isopropyl alcohol between prints and you won’t have any adhesion issues. Never used tape or glue stick etc. Though I have recently switched to the Creality PEI magnetic bed (PETG was sticking too well to the glass) and adhesion is no longer a worry.

    Mine printed PLA well with the OEM components, but had to adjust VREF on the steppers when printing PETG in an enclosure (overheating, filament getting too soft to extrude).

    I’ve since added a BL touch (a much have upgrade, but learn how to manually tram the bed before you get one is my advise) and my prints come out fantastic with little to no clean up required.

    I’ll soon begin experimenting with TPU, but even after 5 months of on and off use, I’m still no expert and am learning new things about 3D printing everyday.

    I hope this review helps.

  20. Anonymous says:

     France

    Golden Review Award: 8 From Our UsersTout jeune dans l’impression 3D, les diffrents commentaires et blogueurs du net m’ont orient vers cette imprimante 3D.
    Pour l’instant, avec peu de recul, je suis satisfait de mon achat et les premires impressions m’ont sduit par leur qualit.
    Attention toutefois, le mtier d’imprimeur 3D reste dcouvrir pour moi et il ncessite beaucoup d’attention et de temps consacrer pour parvenir un bon rsultat.
    Les principaux problmes rencontrs sont :
    – Le montage de l’imprimante avec une notice anglaise / chinoise pas toujours facile dcripter telle qu’elle est imprime. Je conseille de rcuprer celle qui est enregistre sur la carte SD et l’imprimer soit mme au format A4 pour mieux voir les dtails des illustrations
    – Le nivellement du plateau est une opration dlicate la premire fois et si c’est pas bien fait, l’impression n’adhre pas bien et finit la poubelle.

    Pour rsumer : Les bons rsultat viendront rapidement si vous pouvez consacrer du temps la dcouverte du “monde” 3D. L’impression est une chose, mais ce n’est qu’une finalit. Avant, il y a la modlisation et le dcoupage qui vous prendront du temps et mangerons vos neurones.

    L’imprimante quand elle, une fois bien assemble et rgle donne de trs bons rsultat la mise en uvre de vos penses.
    Pour moi qui ne suit pas anglophone, il pourrait toutefois manquer un support technique efficace pour rpondre toute question dans la langue de Molire.
    Un grand merci aux blogueurs qui m’ont apprit beaucoup en faisant partager leur exprience.

  21. RomeoOsburne says:

     United Kingdom

    As a newbe to 3d printing i must say that I am very impressed with this product easy to put together takes a bit to get bed leveled but just persevere you will get there first test print was good have printed alot since then and all seems good print quality is good adhesion is good but bed must be level and a good price for the package would recommend to anyone

  22. ClevelaPve says:

     United Kingdom

    ecommend watching a ton of the million and one vids on youtube if you’re getting one of these and its your first printer.

    i think i’ve already upgraded some of the key bits.. the autolevel addition was / is great.
    changing the firmware to jyres is also a must have.. and the ui to go with. makes a huge diff.

  23. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    ecommend watching a ton of the million and one vids on youtube if you’re getting one of these and its your first printer.

    i think i’ve already upgraded some of the key bits.. the autolevel addition was / is great.
    changing the firmware to jyres is also a must have.. and the ui to go with. makes a huge diff.

  24. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    ecommend watching a ton of the million and one vids on youtube if you’re getting one of these and its your first printer.

    i think i’ve already upgraded some of the key bits.. the autolevel addition was / is great.
    changing the firmware to jyres is also a must have.. and the ui to go with. makes a huge diff.

  25. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    ecommend watching a ton of the million and one vids on youtube if you’re getting one of these and its your first printer.

    i think i’ve already upgraded some of the key bits.. the autolevel addition was / is great.
    changing the firmware to jyres is also a must have.. and the ui to go with. makes a huge diff.

  26. InezCrossland says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our Usersecommend watching a ton of the million and one vids on youtube if you’re getting one of these and its your first printer.

    i think i’ve already upgraded some of the key bits.. the autolevel addition was / is great.
    changing the firmware to jyres is also a must have.. and the ui to go with. makes a huge diff.

  27. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our Usersecommend watching a ton of the million and one vids on youtube if you’re getting one of these and its your first printer.

    i think i’ve already upgraded some of the key bits.. the autolevel addition was / is great.
    changing the firmware to jyres is also a must have.. and the ui to go with. makes a huge diff.

  28. Reed4272wgqptz says:

     United Kingdom

    Great 3D printer easy to construct and use as this is my first 3D printer i have a steep learning curve with new software but that is only to be expected. Setting the printer up is quite tricky till you understand what the setting do then you can set things up quicker. There are lots of YouTube videos to help you get thing right. All in all very happy with this printer and would recommend to anyone wanting to start our 3d printing

    Good 3D printe

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