Posted 11 January 2023

Creality 3D Ender 3 V2 Neo 3D Printer £224.90 @ Technology Outlet

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Great price for an awesome entry point into the 3D printing world. Complete with auto levelling bed and full metal extruder.

Best price I've seen, and great reviews.
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SKU: 9576

4067476_1.jpgCR Touch Auto Leveling New Upgrade
4.3-inch Color Knob Screen
PC Spring Steel Magnetic Build Plate
All-in-one Design and All-Metal Bowden Extruder
Quick Assembly

32-bit silent motherboard

The innovative Ender 3 V2 Neo is a powerful and efficient FDM printer from Creality. The 3D printer has several interesting innovations and attractive features.

Key features of the Ender 3 V2 Neo:
  • Simple design in elegant black
  • 220 x 220 x 250mm build area
  • Max. nozzle temperature: 260 °C
  • Max. heating bed temperature: 100 °C
  • Full metal Bowden extruder with integrated knob
  • Practical CR-Touch automatic print bed levelling
  • 32-bit silent motherboard for silent printing
  • Resume Printing function in case of power failure
  • Easy installation due to pre-assembled parts
  • Magnetic PC spring steel plate for good model adhesion and easy detachment
  • 4.3-inch Colour Knob screen with new UI interface for easy operation

Simple design and very stable
The black full-metal frame gives the Ender 3V2 Neo a simple, clean look and also keeps it extremely stable while printing.

CR touch function
An integrated CR-Touch function simplifies the levelling of the print bed. At the push of a button and over 16 measuring points, the Ender 3V2 Neo levels itself automatically! Improved quality of the print is thus guaranteed!

Durable metal Bowden extruder
The full metal Bowden extruder enables higher extrusion force. Thanks to an integrated rotary knob, feeding and removing the filament is much smoother.

Magnetic PC spring steel plate
Instead of a glass plate, Ender Neo is equipped with an extremely innovative printing platform. The combination of a PC coating, a spring steel plate and a magnetic plate ensure good adhesion and easy detachment of the models. The flexible PC spring steel plate allows easy and quick removal of the finished prints.

Pre-assembled kit for easy installation
The 3D printer is pre-assembled and you can install it in 3 easy steps!

Convenient print preview with an updated user interface
The Ender Neo UI has been updated and improved! With a preview function, you can now preview the shape of your 3D models before they are printed!

Ultra-quiet motherboard
The quiet operation of the Ender Neo allows you to go about your usual daily activities while printing - that even includes work that requires concentration.

High usability
A built-in tool box allows you to keep important tools close at hand! A button-type tensioner ensures tightness and prevents layer shifting.

Resume Printing feature
In the event of a power failure, the print data is saved and printing resumes after the power is restored. This means there is no wastage of the filament or falsification of the model.

Usable Nozzle Type MK8
Usable Filament Diameter 1.75 mm
Max Nozzle Temperature 260 ºC
Open Filament System Yes
Extruder Type Bowden
Recommended Printing Speed Max 120 mm/s (
Build Area 220 mm x 220 mm x 250 mm
Build Plate Temp Max 100 ºC
Build Plate Surface adhesive sheet
Build Plate Material Flexible Steel Plate
Build Plate Attachment magnetic
Build Plate Leveling System Automatic - CRTouch
Build Chamber During Process Open
Extruder Number Of 1

Installation Space / Requirements
Total Mass Overall Dimensions 438 mm x 424 mm x 472 mm
Total Weight 7.8 kg
Max Power Consumption 350 W
Voltage AC: 100 V / 240 V (50-60 Hz)

Hepa Filter No
Power Loss Fail Safe Yes
Touch Screen No

SD Card Yes
USB Port Yes

Layer Height 0.05 - 0.35 mm
Resolution 0.1 mm

Shipping Weight 9.8 kg
Official website: creality.com/pro…ter
£329 Amazon / Comgrow UK Seller amazon.co.uk/Cre…NGP

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4067476_1.jpg3D Sourced reviews this: 3dsourced.com/3d-…ew/4067476_1.jpg4067476_1.jpg4067476_1.jpgCreality Ender-3 V2 Neo - 3D Printer - Unbox & Setup, from Just Vlad:
01:38 Box
05:16 Closer Look at the Base
11:19 Manual
16:04 Step Three
25:43 Step Eight Here Is Installing the Spool Holder
30:42 Closer Look
37:11 Control
43:07 Noise
49:25 How Can I Make a 3d Printing without Printing
53:20 Overall
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    One of these days I'll buy one of these bloody things..... Each time I see one, I want one, then talk myself out of it.
    I have two 3D Printers, and I wouldn't be without one now. I print the quirky things that sit on my shelf, but also for work (I'm an engineer) it's saved me some headaches and provided options when none are normally available. Just this week, I designed & 3D printed a replacement part for a commercial ice flaker that would be required an entire assembly costing hundreds of pounds.

    However - buyer beware... This is NOT a plug-and-play appliance; we are years away (or thousands of pounds worth of printer) where you can simply print what you want. It is well and truly the remit of a hobbyist, especially at this price point. You'll come across faults, prints will fail, and you'll need to figure out why. Most days I love owning a 3D printer - the other days I come close to slamming a hammer through it

    I would also suggest that to elevate this, you'll want to learn to design your own stuff - that really elevates a 3D printer. I recommend looking at a program called Fusion 360
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    Anyone considering this, I got an additional 5% off code by adding it to the basket and then trying to leave the site. Resulted in a popup with the code. Total price is £213.65. Good deal.

    Edit: code removed (edited)
    Code not working, but thanks anyhow.
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    Anyone that's interested, there's a great 3d printed jet on YouTube. It's 45 quid for the files but looks awesome
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    I'd love to get into this, but the number of different models that ender made my head spin. Is it worth spending the extra and getting the s1 or the s1 pro (ie a little more cost for better product)? Can anyone help?
    I came to the same conclusion as @smephone when googling them. All the upgrades on the Ender 3v2 Neo seemed to cover everything I might want to do

    However I've not convinced myself to buy one yet as I'm still haunted by my Anet A8 that I never got working properly. I know these are meant to be a whole different league, but I'm not sure I'm ready for that level of stress in my life for something that I have no real need for
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    I paid the same 2 weeks from the official creality store with 2 roles of filament. Seems that the price has gone up by £100 now.

    This is an awesome first 3d printer. I knew nothing about 3d printing and assembly took 15 mins as there are like 6 screws in total which is very different to the earlier models which are like building a nuke The official assembly video on youtube is great, even for the first manual leveling. I was printing the benchy boat in no time!
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    I just received 'refurbed' Ender 3 S1 from them and so far they have been incompetent. Ordered with 2 rolls of fillament. I only got the dispatch confirmation for the filament, then only the printer turned up. When the filament turned up a day later opened it to find all the screws to assemble and some of the smaller bits like the SD card were missing.

    One positive, so far email responses have been quick.
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    Slightly cheaper here. Ordered 2 from here. No problem at all. Fast delivery. You can pay with PayPal (edited)
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    I saw that price when googling for Ender's. Trust pilot reviews were not favourable and the seemed to have stock when no one else did
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    Beware!!!...these things breed like rabbits.
  10. Avatar
    I took a punt on this.

    Great fun. Funny how you find things to print...
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    I've got my eye on this but not sure whether to wait it out if the S1 ever drops back in price again :/
  12. Avatar
    I have this printer and it’s great
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    Nubie question Filaments - is it best to purchase from the same company or Amazon or Ebay as has some at about £15 for 1kg - or does quality vary ?
    I'm a newbie but my son has experience and usually a cheap filament does the job
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    is this a good newbie 3d-printer? I'm looking to get one for myself and another one for my nephew