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Creality 3D Ender-3 Pro DIY 3D Printer US$196 (A$282.68) Delivered @ Banggood AU


Ship from AU warehouse,free shipping,GST included and one week delivery.


● Resume Print:
Our upgraded control board offers state of the art, "Resume Print" technology. Should your printer suffer unexpected power outages, it will resume from the last recorded extruder position.

● MK-10 extruder: The genius design greatly reduces the risk of clogging and uneven extrusion.

● Upgraded Part:
● High-precisions ball bearing wheels made from Delrin/POM engineering thermoplastic deliver high stiffness, low friction, and excellent dimensional stability helping to reduce noise levels greatly.

● Redesigned with a much more sturdy, 40x40 aluminum extrusion for the Yaxis base. This provides unprecedented stability for the printing surface, resulting in upgraded print quality.

● The magnetic bed:
Our all new state of the art“C-MAG”magnetic sticker, is completely removable, and flexible. The textured surface adheres to all types of filament better than traditional methods such as tape, glue, or hairspray.Once the model is finished printing, remove the magnetic upper from the lower and bend or flex the print surface to watch the model effortlessly popoff the printing surface.

● MeanWell Power Supply: A well-known company with over 30 years of experience in the power supply industry. Ensures safer and faster heating of all necessary components.

● Rapidheating.

● Precisely Manufactured: High-precision CNC machining techniques used for all metal brackets and mounts, guarantees precise positioning and an all around more stable structure.

● Enhanced Bed Leveling: All new, ergonomically designed, larger bed leveling nuts, makes leveling the bed much easier and more precise.

Note: It is defaulted send EU standard plug. The printer can work for all over world. If you want, just use with an adaptor.

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  • offers state of the art, "Resume Print" technology


  • Bnag good!

  • I don't need this, but boy do I want one…….

  • Kind of want to get into 3d printing, is this all I need to get in order to get started?
    I've read good things about this, but just not sure if I need anything else in conjunction with this outside of the obvious filament

    • It's pretty much the goto machine for a starter. Huge community of users and lots of help and support out there. The only thing you would need other than filament to get started would be some ISO to clean the bed.

      • Where would you go from here, or are there minimal gains ib the next few price brackets?

        • Learn on a cheap machine with excellent community support like this ender 3. Then when you know what you're doing and feel like you want to keep printing stuff, look into a more expensive machine.

          More expensive machines offer better tolerances and more luxury features but they all generally do the same thing i.e. Squirt liquid plastic out of a nozzle.

        • The answer to that question comes naturally after you get started.

          Start with a capable machine like this and you will experience its shortcomings. You will find those shortcomings addressed in different ways and in different combinations across a plethora of choices as you move up the price brackets. What you find is most important to address for YOUR specific needs will dictate where you invest your money.

          Hopefully that first printer will be functional and trouble free enough for you to enjoy the process and pick up the bug. The Ender 3 is the general consensus for the best option to start with at the moment and should allow you to build your knowledge while having fun.

          There are a ton of crappy options out there in all price levels - don't start out by having to constantly pull your hair out trying to just keep the damn thing running - just speaking from experience it's not as an enjoyable experience.

          Or just buy a Prusa. 4-5 times more expensive but will pretty much work guaranteed.

    • once you catch the bug kiss your free time and spare cash goodbye tho

  • Jam detection?

  • Please stop tempting me…

  • Any chance of seeing a V2 discount at some point? Or is it too soon for that and best to just bite the bullet?

  • Can anyone recommend any good inexpensive filaments to start with? Are there any brands to avoid?

    • 3DFillies.com.au and eSun are well regarded.

      I've only used 3Dfillies so far.
      I recommend trying one of their transparent PLA+ filaments too - it's been one of my faves - but only in some applications.