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November 7, 2020
This is my first personal 3d printer. I normally use resin based printers at work so I'm used to high quality prints. This printer is able to print at near resin quality if you turn the layer height to .05mm and speed to 25mm/s. I've attached a picture of my very first print (not including the test dog). Obviously resin is going to look better, but for a $250 FDM printer, I doubt you could find a better deal. I ended up choosing FDM over Resin due to the cost of resin. It costs around 5x to 10x more to print using resin.
November 6, 2020
The Ender 3 Pro is a dynamite 3D printer. My first printer was an Artifex that cost me $1500 and can not turn out prints anywhere as good as the Ender. Once I got it assembled and calibrated I printed the test print dog that came on the SD card. Excellent print results! From there I have printed a number of upgrade parts (cable clips, extruder knob, and side mounting spool bracket). This is a workhorse of a printer! Assembly was made easier by watching a Youtube video by Tomb of 3D Printed Horrors. Refer to the video while building, and take your time. Once it is built nice and square, pull up the Ender 3 - Easy Way to Level Your Bed video from CHEP. Follow his instructions and you will be ready to print like a pro! Finally I would recommend you download a free copy of Cura. This program will take .STL models and slice them into g-code that your printer can use. PROS: low price, nice and stable design, active community with lots of upgrades to print or add on
November 5, 2020
I ordered this printer a week ago today. I got it together in about an hour and had it printing. After leveling the bed and getting a profile setup in Simplify3D, this printer has been printing every day since. This is not my first 3D printer as I have a flash forge creator pro, and I love this one more. I like it so much, I have already bought a second one. The magnetic bed plate is simply amazing. No more breaking prints or my knuckles. Went together REALLY well. I have also watched several videos and have plans for some updates to it, but I could leave it stock and still be VERY happy with it. If this printer was around when I bought my FFCP, I wouldn't have bought the FFCP.
October 21, 2020
This printer rocks as it is BUT if you buy this printer buy the upgraded Yellow print bed springs at the same time or you'll forever be re leveling it. Comes with a complete mini tool kit for assembly & maintenance (including wire cutters!) and some spare parts. *Follow the outstanding online guide by Luke Hatfield for assembly and calibration no matter what level you're at! (yeah, I know you already know everything about 3D printers...) Built & calibrated right this printer rivals some costing twice as much, just at the very LEAST calibrate your E-Steps and flow.
October 19, 2020
This is my second 3d printer and second Creality. As far as build out, the Ender 3 is more of a kit than say the Creality CR10S (and variants). The CR10S I bought was quick to setup and nearly completely put together out of the box. The Ender 3 requires some additional steps to get it put together, but nothing that seemed overly complex or troublesome to me at least. I'm not a 3d printing expert, but I have a few months of experience with them, and am very comfortable with Creality printers in particular. I suspect that helped with the ease of putting this together. However, I found the quick start guide and pictures to be more than sufficient to get it assembled in fairly short order even if I didn't have much experience, anyone should be able to do it, just take your time and if you aren't sure hit the web to get additional opinions. It took me about an hour from box opening to first print. Though I take my time and really look at stuff so I'm pretty slow. First test print was really good and it's been running ever since. I've not had any technical issues with the printer at all. I've read about misc trouble some have with the Ender 3, but I haven't had one bit of trouble. For the print volume and price, it's hard to beat. It's a solid little printer.
October 6, 2020
Finally took the plunge into 3d printing and settled on the Creality Ender 3 as a seemingly good starting point, and I’m glad I did! This is a genuine creality product for those wondering. This is a newer/revised/updated model too. I didn’t have any alignment issues when building it like I’ve heard some of the older ones have. This one has an injection molded ABS power supply cover (older ones were 3d printed), and the bed isn’t set up in a weird trapezoid, all sides were square so it was easy to level. Again, this was my first 3d printer, so I can’t compare it to anything else, but I’m loving it so far. I did upgrade the extruder assembly to an all metal one, but that’s the only thing I’ve modified so far (though I do plan on installing some x/y dampers in the near future). Thingiverse has a lot of upgrades you can print yourself, so far I’ve printed the fan mod that directs air more directly to the hot end. For the price I have zero complaints. Assembly took under an hour. If you can put together a piece of IKEA furniture, you can assemble this printer. The instructions are simple, and if you require more help there are plenty of YouTube videos with assembly walk throughs. I’ve only printed with hatchbox PLA so far, but will try out some other materials soon (namely gizmo dorks TPU and some hatchbox ABS...after I build an enclosure).
October 3, 2020
This is my first 3D printer ever. I'm a technician/ machinist for large format digital printers (5m wide). I have extensive knowledge of precise machine structuring and sorting out issues with huge machines for various printers but 3d printing was new to me. I decided on the ender 3 because of the fantastic customer support. After you receive this printer and assemble you will realize you received a good quality kit from a quality conscious distributor. All the vital parts for the frame are metal, aluminum extrusions are way better than plastic acrylic pieces, even the stepper motor brackets and carriages are metal everything is labeled and mapped out for you in a very clean cut way. The machine itself out of the box was mostly assembled, all the more tedious parts were already assembled for me just a matter of building it together, this is great for a first timer that is a hands on learner. Gaining a better straightforward understanding of this machine without headaches prepares the user for a more arduously skilled build as you've grown acquainted with the way the machine is SUPPOSED to work. The ender 3 in my opinion is a good machine for understanding how a good machine is supposed to work. Thanks Creality for making my experience pleasant. Good luck makers!
September 17, 2020
This is my first 3D printer, and while it is very easy to get set up and get started, it takes some time and research to master. I think that is what makes it even more fun! Yes, you'll have a few failed prints here and there. But the process of learning your printer, getting the settings just right in your software, and getting those really amazing looking prints (and this thing can really make some awesome quality prints!) it is all worth it. It's so much fun to watch as the printer goes to work and starts laying down layers. I just sit and watch it for long periods of time because it's really so amazing. However, you probably won't be able to sit and watch the entire thing because 3D printing takes time. Most prints will take anywhere between 1 - 5 hours or even more! all depends on how large and how detailed you set your quality. If you are interested in 3D printing, this is a fantastic printer to own! Highly recommended.
September 12, 2020
An amazing little printer for the price. As an owner of several other printers, I bought this one on a whim just because it was so cheap, and I'm super impressed. I'm getting better prints straight out of the box than I do with some of my printers that cost 5 times as much. The only two knocks I will give it is the instructions aren't the greatest if you're new to 3d printing, and the gcode test files on the included card were sliced improperly causing them to fail. Not a problem if you have some experience, but may be frustrating to first time users.
September 6, 2020
I'm a relative newbie to 3D printing, but boy, is this printer is fantastic and easy to use. The main issue with it is what several other people have complained about: That z-axis leadscrew in the back does want to align very well with the threads at the bottom, so you really have to play with it for a while to get it right. Once it is right, though, the printer is phenomenal. I've printed probably 30 things with it so far, and I haven't been disappointed once. Attached is one picture of a swivel bracket I designed and printed out for use on a mount. It's very sturdy, and the dimensions are quite precise. Not milling machine and lathe precise, but good enough for a very large number of projects when plastic is good enough or is preferred. Sure, there are cobwebs on occasion between the gaps, but it just takes a minute or two to cut them all away and file, or you can use a hot air gun. The price of the printer and the PLA rolls that you buy are great for the amount of things you can do with your 3D printer. You can use a 3D modeling program like FreeCAD in linux and then export to STL, then to gcode for the 3D printer commands. It's super simple. Can't comment on tech support, because I haven't needed any! This is top 5% of the best purchases I've ever made. Really impressed!
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July 9, 2020
I have used 3D printers for a few years now in my classroom and when I heard there was an option that was ~$200 for home I had to try it. I'm a Tech Ed teacher however, with that said, this is a cinch to set up. The instructions are adequate, all pictures so there's some deciphering and figuring required but it's not killer. I had to fuss a little bit with squaring things up at the end, but it's just a matter of loosening a few bolts, setting things to square and tightening them back up. Even for someone as fussy as I am, it did not take long. Leveling the bed is simple and intuitive. They have even labeled the wheels for you. Our first test print went perfectly and we've done several more since then. I like the heated bed, which my $2,700 Makerbot in my classroom does not have. This requires more hands-on work to use than the Makerbot, but it's not hard to learn. One has to manually level the bed but, like I said, that only takes a minute or so. You have to use an open-source slicer program CURA, but that is not difficult either. For $2,500 less, I'll learn a new tool. My wife and I are having a blast with this and I'm very happy we took the plunge.
May 5, 2020
Spend the time to watch some YouTube videos and assemble the printer carefully. The time is totally worth it. I have been using this printer for 2 months and I am still amazed by the print quality and consistency. I have a printer that cost about 20 times as much, and this Ender 3 is just as good (actually better but hard for me to admit) as long as you stick to printing PLA. It also prints PETG quite well. The print bed surface is great - easy to print PLA and the print surface is removable so the parts are easy to remove. Bed leveling is a simple, manual process. I have used other printers with more complex leveling systems that do not work as well. I bought a glass bed to use with PETG, but for the most part I use the bed that came with the printer.
April 30, 2020
This is, without a doubt, one of the best values in 3D printing. This little workhorse is producing prints of a quality on par with machines at significantly higher price points. Like others have said, don't just assemble it, take the time to BUILD it. There is a difference. The included directions are surprisingly good, however I would also recommend you check out Fat Dragon Games / The Tomb of 3D Printed Horrors' Ender 3 installation video (just search YouTube for "fat dragon ender 3 instructions" and it's the first result that'll come up.) The guy goes through the installation step by step and includes several steps that aren't in Creality's documentation as well as some tips and tricks, that will help you get the highest quality prints right from the get-go. The installation procedure is really not difficult at all; just take your time and do it right. Everything you need is included in the box. I did not need any additional tools or parts whatsoever. In fact they even included extras of those easy-to-accidentally-drop-and-lose parts such as nuts and bolts. I didn't have any trouble assembling my unit, and everything arrived in perfect condition. Very happy with this printer!
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