Creality 3D Ender-3 V2 3D Printer
Creality 3D Ender 3 V 2 is an ungraded successor of Ender 3 followed by Ender 3 Pro. Here are some highlights of it.
With the Ender 3 V2, Creality has given its users a wealth of silence-optimised upgrades, upgrading the printer's electronics with a self-developed motherboard which features TMC2208 drivers and an altered hot-end assembly.
On top of this, the Ender 3 V2 features a new screen and an altered user interface, giving users access to more data while the printer is operating. The printer's bed has also been upgraded to feature a craborundum glass platform, promising better 1st later adhesion than older Ender 3 models.
Out of the box, the Ender 3 V3 will also move the unit's power supply into the base of the Ender 3's, keeping it out of reach while solidifying the Ender 3's frame. X and Y axis tensioners are also integrated into the design, making it easier than ever to tighten the Ender 3's belts. An extrusion knob has also been added to make it easier than ever to feed 1.75mm filament into the printer.
Another key upgrade is the Ender 3 V2's inclusion of a tool drawer, an addition that Ender 3 often 3D print for themselves. Adding this to the V2 will save users a lot of time and filament, while also giving them a place to store their spare parts, tools and accessories.
What hasn't changed
Like older models of the Ender 3, the V2 offers users a 220mm x 220mm x 250mm (X x Y x Z) build area, slightly undercutting the printer's maximum bed size of 235mm x 235mm. Like the original Ender 3, the V2 can likely use this extra area using custom firmware, though this alteration is not recommended for beginners.
The Ender 3 Pro's dimensions are very similar to Creality's older Ender 3 models, which makes sense given Creality's use of the same basic frame design. In many ways, the Ender 3 V2 is a heavily upgraded Ender 3 Pro, offering users a Meanwell-branded power supply and the same aluminium frame design.
While much of the Ender 3 V2 is the same as older models, the V2 should offer users a much better out-of-the-box experience, especially if you enjoy using quieter 3D printers. Like the original Ender 3, the Ender 3 V2 supports 115V and 230V regions.