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Creality Ender-3 V2 3D Printer, Official Comgrow Upgrade Printers with Silent Motherboard Meanwell Power Supply Carborundum Glass Platform and…


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  • Self-developed Silent Motherboard: The Ender-3 V2 built-in self-developed silent motherboard, which has stronger anti-interference, faster and more stable motion performance, silent printing and low decibel operation.
  • UL Certified Power Supply: Equipped with reliable power supply, produced by the listed company with mature technology, meeting all the needs of fast heating and long-time printing. Moreover, the power supply is concealed in the machine, making it much safer.
  • Effortless Filament Feed-in: Ender-3 V2 adds a rotary knob on the extruder, making loading and feeding filament process much easier; Brand new operation UI system and 4.3″ smart color screen greatly improve user experience.
  • Resume Printing Function: Can resume printing from the last recorded extruder position after suffering unexpected power outages, saving your time and reducing waste.
  • Carborundum Glass Platform: Enable the hotbed heat up quicker and prints adhere better without the warping. Ultra smoothness even on the first layer.

Specification: Creality Ender-3 V2 3D Printer, Official Comgrow Upgrade Printers with Silent Motherboard Meanwell Power Supply Carborundum Glass Platform and…



‎Creality 3D


‎US1-Ender3 V2-FBA

Model Name

‎Ender-3 V2

Part Number

‎US1-Ender3 V2-FBA

Operating System


Printer Output Type


Printing Technology

‎Solid Ink

Compatible Devices

‎Personal Computer


‎230 Volts


‎350 watts

Batteries Included


Batteries Required


Material Type


Does it contain liquid


Product dimensions

‎47 x 47.5 x 62 cm, 7.8 Kilograms

Item Weight

‎7.8 kg

CountryRegion of origin


Item Model Number

‎US1-Ender3 V2-FBA

Is discontinued by manufacturer


Date First Available

‎16 March 2021

3 reviews for Creality Ender-3 V2 3D Printer, Official Comgrow Upgrade Printers with Silent Motherboard Meanwell Power Supply Carborundum Glass Platform and…

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  1. Simon

    The plan is to update this review over time as required.
    POV is from an older (mid 50s) ex-tech – no stranger to being up to my elbows in PCs and servers.

    The printer was well packaged and shipped quickly.

    Assembly was frustrating because of the poor instruction manual and video. All it would take is a couple of labels with Front, Up, Left and Right to reduce the amount of deconstruction during construction.
    Youtube content creators were more helpful with better hints and tips for success.

    I decided to upgrade to a CR Touch auto leveling kit, even before my first print, to find that the plug on the now obsolete Z limit switch cable was hot glued in to the socket (JST XH-2A ?) on the board, which made it difficult and potentially dangerous to remove the cable from the unit.

    More frustration followed when I attempted to install the firmware for the CR Touch. I follow instructions but nothing happened. I then looked for help by searching the interwebs; It turns out I should’ve taken note of the board version…and then the cpu…and I may even have to remove a heat sink to read one other chip (not gonna happen), during the now many times I’ve had the case open, so I can select the correct firmware. There is a label on the unit but it does not list these needed details.

    Usually when you go to download firmware you select the model and version of the device and take the most recent file. Not with Creality. They seem to hide what you need, to the extent that you need to download a helpful PDF file to determine which download you need (CR Touch) or just put files up for download and hope that the customer knows what they need (Ender3).

    As stated, tried to update firmware and nothing happened. Learned (from the community) that the printer has some strange filename requirements for firmware, and that the SD card that they ship are often faulty. The problem I have currently is my PC can successfully interact with the SD card but the printer has issues – printer wont even show gcode files on the SD card.

    I was starting to get a bit PO’ed so I messaged (not an easy thing to do these days with the Amazon UI) Comgrow, informing them of the mainboard and chip details and requesting a link to the files I should use – GD-Ender-3 V2-Marlin2.0.8.2-HW-V4.2.2-SW-V1.0.4_E_N_20211230.bin in this case (probably compatible with the GD chips only). It seems that up to date files, info or advice are not the focus of Creality – mores the pity.

    Once I flashed the correct firmware, after renaming the file to firmware[date/time].bin, it worked like a charm. I was able to read the SD card and use the firmware file for the CR Touch (remembering to rename it as above). It seems that there was a mismatch between the original firmware for the board and the screen that made certain functions not work.

    Now, the first prints. Half a doz fails with each lifting off the bed. This suggests that the glass bed needs cleaning (even if brand spanking new) so hot soapy water in the kitchen sink and give it a good scrub. Some people say that the glass bed works better if it is squeaky clean (removal of yellow? chemical). I’ve gone so far as to use the non-scratch mesh scourer on mine and it seems to stick more.
    In conjunction with a clean I upped the bed temp to 70c (always unstuck using 60c) in Cura and started to experiment with Build Plate Adhesion Type (also in Cura).

    From here I plan to get to know the printer and then use the community made firmware (Jyers or similar) but until then I see a lot of testing and adjusting in my future.

    So far I am happy with the Ender-3 community, not so with Creality and their Ender3.
    If you are a person who just wants a product to work straight out of the box then I would say this is not for you. If you are willing to watch many assembly videos on yubtubs (the more the better) to attain many views and methods; If you are willing to learn, fail, learn, fail, learn, succeed; If you are willing to take your time to discover why things don’t work, then this is a good choice for a first printer.

    If there is more to share I will update the review.
    Good luck.

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  2. jonathan

    After 2 months of ownership I am stunned by the ability of this printer, yes this printer has it issues… but those can all be overcome with a grit of the teeth and a tear in your eye…. i have produced some excellent prints from this printer, but as i have made you aware, it was not always easy. These printers are still quite complex requiring complex concepts to undertstand how to fix issues, as having so many settings and so many moving parts it can be abit overwhelming for the enthused hobbiest that comes in expecting a lushes party of continious plastic stuff, instead you will find a machine with extremely great capabilities, but unfortuenly those will only be able to produce as well as your knowledge and understanding of the underlying build of your machine and how that machine works… oh along with the 100ish settings you need to go though one by one between test prints to produce the setting that produce the best results in the end. I dont tell you this to deter you, i tell you this to make you aware of what you are getting into, but can i say.. its worth it, in a world where 90% of the stuff around you is either made of plastic or has plastic in it… its an amazing ablity to be able to fix almost anything around your house within a few hours of breakage.

    If you are not tech savy, save your money here and go to youtube and find a brand that requires less techiness and more print without hassle (chokes on laughter) if that is a thing. but whatever you do, come to printing with the mindset you are gona make a bunch of birds nests for no reason besides thats just how it is,

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  3. Xav

    As a beginner to the world of 3D printing, this printer helped me get started easily with minimal issues. The only major issues I did encounter was while assembling because of the poorly instructed steps in the official manual. I suggest watching a YouTube guide as there were major factors such as adjusting the belt tightness which were not stated in the manual and could lead to issues if they were not done while assembling. However, despite assembly issues, the printer functions better than expected. The print quality is great, but requires some adhesive such as glue stick to keep the print on the surface. Overall, solid printer and I recommend for people who want to get involved in 3D printing for the first time.

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