Ender-3 V2 is a revolutionary item in the 3D printing community in 2020. Shenzhen Creality has broken into the budget 3D printer market with its CR-10. But Ender-3 V2 just blew up in the market. The mean number of copies issued per year reaches 300 thousand. And this is about 25 thousand copies monthly! The company Creality itself reports this.
Sharing at the same amount of print volume as the Ender-3 at 220 x 220 x 250mm, users can print materials ranging from PLA and ABS to TPU and PETG. With pricing under $300, the Ender-3 V2 will also be a decent choice for those looking for affordability and usability. The Ender-3 V2 has an innate superiority over its predecessors.
Noise Reduction of Ender-3 V2:
The self-developed “silent” 32-bit motherboard with 2560 chipsets can bring the noise level down to 50dB, giving you a much silent and zippier printing experience. Equipped with an over brand power supply from MeanWell, the Ender-3 V2 comes with a much stronger electrical current and stable power voltage to quickly heat its hotbed & nozzle to the required temperature, and let users choose between a power voltage of 115V or 230V, based on their own needs.
New User Interface of Ender-3 V2:
The User Interface of this 3D printer is improved, and users can easily interact with the device. Due to this, it makes the overall printing experience much easier and quicker.
Gone from the Ender 3 V2 are the boxy metal enclosures of versions past. Here, we found the new molded plastic coverings across the printer, which adds to the feeling that this is more than just a hobby-grade machine. It has new aesthetics. The Ender-3 V2 looks much more professional and streamlined. While this doesn’t particularly contribute to performance, it does help it be less of an eyesore for those who don’t have a dedicated workshop area. Additionally, the power supply has been relocated from the machine’s side to the compartment underneath, again lending to a sleeker and more streamlined design.