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Besides many test devices, Martin now has his fourth own 3D printer running and prints as a hobby for friends, family and himself. He is happy to share his experience with each new article.

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The Ender 3* 3D printer from the Chinese manufacturer Creality is one of the most popular 3D printers of its kind and also enjoys great popularity among beginners and intermediates. 

However, many users criticize the high noise level of the Creality Ender 3, which is caused by the fans installed as standard. However, you can replace them without much effort and high costs. 

Below you will find an overview of the best alternatives for the fans of the Creality Ender 3 to make the printing process quieter.

These fans are best suited for the Ender 3:


The standard fans in the Creality Ender 3

A total of four different fans are installed in your Creality Ender 3* 3D printer. The fans in the mainboard, as well as the part fan, work quite quietly, so replacing them is not necessarily recommended. These two fans are so quiet when printing that they probably wouldn’t bother you even while watching TV. Of course, you can also look for an even quieter alternative for these two, but they are relatively expensive.

Another fan is installed in the hotend of the Ender 3. This runs permanently at full speed during printing so that it can cool the hotend sufficiently, which leads to quite a high noise level. The fan in the printer’s power supply is also considered quite loud. Therefore, a replacement can be useful here as well.

Ender 3 Fan Replacement

Replacing the two noisy fans on your Creality Ender 3 3D printer is not particularly complicated and is usually done in a few minutes with just a few simple steps. 

However, it is important that you always make sure that the alternative fan is really suitable for your 3D printer and works with the appropriate voltage or it is set accordingly.

Replacing the fan on the hotend

To replace the fan at the hotend, you first have to unscrew and remove the two red marked screws at the front cover. Then you can fold the cover to the side and unscrew the fan itself and cut its cables. 

To do this, it is best to open the fabric hose so that you can open the wiring harness and push it to the back and cut the cables of the fan about 15 cm away from the fan. This way you can use it later for another purpose.

Then the new fan is used. First, cut the red and black cables accordingly and remove the yellow cable, since you don’t need it. The easiest way is to solder the cables together and enclose them with heat shrink tubing or to connect them with clamps. 

Then reinstall the new fan in the printer just like its predecessor, screw the metal cover back on, pull the fabric hose back over the cables, and secure it.

Recommended alternative fans for the Ender 3’s hotend

Noiseblocker BlackSilent XM2

A cheap and quieter alternative to the standard fan in the hotend of the Creality Ender 3 is the Noiseblocker BlackSilent XM2*. It works with 3800 revolutions per minute and measures 40 x 40 x 10 mm. Its noise level is just about 14 dB (A).

The Noiseblocker BlackSilent XM2 runs with 12 volts, but the Ender 3 in its standard configuration provides 24 volts at the hotend. Therefore you have to adjust this accordingly. To do this, you simply add a stepdown regulator that regulates down from 24V to 12V. For example, you can install a LM2596S* (a power supply adapter step down module) right next to the mainboard. From there you connect the regulator with a short cable from the fan connector on the mainboard to the voltage regulator of the printer to the cable that supplies the hotend.

Finally, you only have to set the regulator to 12V. To do this, apply a multimeter to the output and the voltage to the input and then turn with the help of a screwdriver until only 12V are output.

Papst 414F

The Papst 414F axial fan* measures 40 x 40 x 10 mm and rotates at up to 5400 rpm. This fan offers good cooling performance and operates with a noise level of up to 26 dB. 

Its maximum voltage is 24V. For the installation, you need four additional slightly longer screws of the type M3, because the original screws of the printer are slightly shorter.

Orion Fans OD4010-24LB

The OD4010-24LB* fan from Orion Fans also runs at 24V and has ball bearings. It also measures 40 x 40 x 10 mm and is just 14 dB(A) loud. The cooling performance is solid. 

However, you will need longer screws for this fan as well, or drill out the mounting holes on the Orion fan to 4.5mm so that the new fan fits perfectly on the studs of your printer’s fan cage and you can use the standard screws.

Cooltek 200400225 Silent Fan 4010

The Silent Fan from Cooltek* also measures 40 x 40 x 10 mm and can be connected directly to the printer via the mainboard and the 3-pin Molex connector. Its speed can be monitored with the corresponding software. 

This fan is much quieter than the original part from the Creality Ender 3 with 12.8 dB and also one of the cheapest models. However, the durability of this fan is not too high.

Replace the fan in the power supply of the Ender 3

The second fan on your Creality Ender 3 3D printer that makes a lot of noise during printing is the fan on the power supply. Here, however, you should be extremely careful when replacing it, as a power supply usually carries high voltages, which can be lethal. 

Therefore, you should really only carry out modifications to the power supply if you are really familiar with it and know what to do. Very important: Always switch off the device and disconnect the plug from the power supply before working on the power supply. Alternatively, you can of course get help from a professional to avoid putting yourself and your printer in unnecessary danger.

The power supply differs depending on the model of your printer. If you have the Ender 3, the fan is usually not temperature controlled, but if you have the Ender 3 Pro*, it is. This fact makes replacement somewhat easier, as these power supplies in the Ender 3 Pro run on 12 V, as do most alternative fans.

A power supply from Meanwell is usually installed in the Pro. However, you can easily replace the power supply of your Ender 3, which usually does not come with a branded power supply.

The high volume of the fan in the power supply is due to the fact that it only has a 60 mm diameter and therefore causes a very loud hum. For a quieter configuration, a larger fan is usually needed and a new case top so that you can install this larger fan without problems.

Step by step power supply fan conversion

To install a new fan on the power supply on the Ender 3, first disconnect the power plug and loosen the two screws so that the power supply falls directly towards you. In order to have it completely loose and thus be able to work with it better, it is best to also disconnect the power connection from the mainboard to the power supply by also unplugging the XT connector at the back. 

To open the lid of the metal cover, loosen the six screws on the surface (the sixth screw is under the warranty sticker) and remove the panel. Now you have a clear view of the inside of the PSU and the standard 2-pin fan. 

This is specified with 14V, but usually runs with up to 24V in Ender 3. Therefore, you can also use alternative quieter fans that are only allowed up to 14V, but to be on the safe side, it is recommended to install an adjustable DC-DC converter to reduce the voltage. These are usually available for a few bucks and you take no risk. With the help of a multimeter, you can measure the voltage at the pins accordingly and with a screwdriver, you can adjust it at the fan.

Alternative fans for the power supply of the Creality Ender 3

NoiseBlocker BlackSilent XC1

A good alternative for the 60 mm fan in the power supply of the Ender 3 is the NoiseBlocker BlackSilent XC1*. This fan has a diameter of 80 mm, its volume is 18 dB(A), it runs at 1700 rpm and delivers a good cooling performance. 

The required four mounting screws are already included, you do not need any tools for the installation. You can also print out the WellFan case from Thingiverse, so that you can install the new larger fan well.

No mounting hardware is included with the Noise Blocker, but you can use all the screws from the previous fan in your Ender 3. So you don’t need anything else except the printed parts from the case. 

You can easily connect the new fan inside the power supply. You have to cut off the connector of the standard fan and solder it to the new one. Then you just put a heat shrink tube over it and reassemble the case.

SUNON HA60151V4-000C-999 6015 12V

The SUNON HA60151V4-000C-999 6015 12V* is relatively cheap and measures about 60 x 60 x 15 mm. However, it is only designed for a maximum voltage of 12V. However, up to 24V can often be measured at the power supply of the Creality Ender 3 even without a load. 

Although the use of this fan usually works perfectly, it is at your own risk, since this fan is probably regularly operated above its specified voltage limit. To avoid this, it is recommended to simply install a converter with this model as well to adjust the voltage accordingly.

Noctua NF A6x25

The Noctua NF A6x25* is a very quiet premium fan in brown and has a diameter of 60 mm and a noise level of about 19.3 dB (A). In addition, it provides a high cooling performance. The voltage is 12V.

With the Noctua NF, you only have to solder the 2-pin connector to the power supply and screw the new fan on from the outside. Also for this alternative fan, which is also too big for the previous case, you can find a matching nice fairing at Thingiverse.

Arctic Case Fan F8 Silent

One of the cheapest alternatives for a quieter fan in the Ender 3 is the AC Fan F8 Silent from Arctic* with a diameter of 80 mm. 

This fan has a volume of about 20.5 dB and it spins at 1200 rpm. Its voltage is 12 volts and it has a 3-pin Molex connector.

Which Ender 3 Fan is the Best?

The selection of different alternative fans for the hotend but also for the power supply is huge, so it is difficult to say which fan is the best in the end. 

However, the fans for the hotend differ relatively strongly in their volume. The NoiseBlocker BlackSilent XM2* is one of the quietest options with a volume of just 14 dB. Another advantage of this fan is that the required screws are already included. The Noiseblocker BlackSilent XM2 is also one of the cheapest alternatives.

The fan from NoiseBlocker also performs very well when it comes to fans for the hotend. The BlackSilent XC1* model also has a very low purchase price and is one of the quietest fans with 18 dB. You can directly use the screws of the original fan for the installation, so the replacement is particularly easy. 

In order to achieve a significant noise reduction, the fan in the power supply unit usually has to be replaced with a larger fan. Since this does not fit into the original case, there are numerous templates to print out yourself in the 3D printer for a cover of the new fan.

Other Upgrades to Reduce the Volume

In the Creality Ender 3* 3D printer, not only the two fans in the hotend and the power supply lead to a high noise level during the printing process, but also other components of the device. 

This includes, for example, the standard A4988 stepper drivers. You can easily replace them with the quieter and newer controller from Creality, the Silent Board V1.1.5 with TMC2208*. The exchange is uncomplicated because the new control corresponds 1:1 to the old one and fits perfectly in its holder. A quieter printing process can also be achieved by updating the firmware. If you reinstall Marlin and also activate the Thermal Runway Protection, this will also lead to a lower noise level in some cases.


Another tool that can reduce noise during printing is the 3D printer enclosure*. This enclosure, which is coated with flame-retardant aluminum, not only provides noise protection but also protects the printer from dust and increases the stability of the device.

Another feature that reduces the noise of the Creality Ender 3 are shock absorbers for the stepper motor. You can simply mount them on the X- and Y-axis and they will reduce the noise by about 5-10 decibels.


So-called smoother can also help. These make the movements of the motors in the printer smoother. This means that the 3D printer no longer jerks as much and the result of the printer is even finer. You can easily attach the smoother to the case of your mainboard with double-sided adhesive tape.

If the beeping of the LCD display on your Ender 3 bothers you, you can also print out a Beeper Silencer that suppresses this noise (link to the model).

Other Ender 3 Upgrades

Not only are there numerous alternative fans for the Creality Ender 3, but there are also other accessories or components that can be replaced with a better variant to achieve an even better result. 

This includes, for example, a removable Cmagnet printing mat* that can be bent. This makes it very easy to detach the printed object from the plate. In addition, you can use the Creality Ender 3 to make numerous extensions for the printer yourself, which makes it even easier to use. For example, there are templates for an LCD housing or a cover for the X-axis as well as a side holder for the filament spool. This prevents the filament from squeaking, for example.

Related Questions

Where can I get the alternative fans for the Creality Ender 3? 

The fans of the different manufacturers are available in numerous online stores at often different prices. Many models are also carried by well-stocked electronics stores.

Can I replace the fans without prior knowledge? 

There are numerous tutorials that describe the replacement of the fans in detail. However, without any prior knowledge, a specialist should be asked for help, especially with the power supply.

Are there 3D printers that are inherently quieter? 

The Ender 3 is generally considered a relatively quiet 3D printer. However, models that have a closed printing chamber are usually much quieter but usually also more expensive.

Conclusion: This is the best fan for the Creality Ender 3

In conclusion, replacing the two fans on the Ender 3’s hotend and power supply results in significantly less noise pollution during printing. The two fans BlackSilent XM2* and XC1* from Noiseblocker are very good and inexpensive alternatives with a good price-performance ratio that ensure quiet printing and can be easily installed in the Creality Ender 3. 

Good cooling is given with almost all well-known fans on the market. Especially when replacing the fan in the power supply, however, it is important to be very careful due to the high voltage and possibly get professional support, since there is a risk of death if the fan is used incorrectly. It is also important to note that almost all alternative fans for the Creality Ender 3 need to have their voltage adjusted. If you install Creality’s Silent Bord in addition to the fans in the hotend and power supply, you can look forward to very quiet printing with your Ender 3 without incurring high additional expenses.

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I don't know how much you know about PWM so if you already know this then ignore it. PWM basically picks a frequency of on and off. 100% (255), means that it is on all of the time, 0% (0) means it's off all of the time. Anything in between is a variation of on and off times. Depending on the voltmeter you are using to measure, you may, and likely will see some variation in the voltage reading, but it will not be representative of the percentage level you are at. For that you would have to have an averaging circuit. The fan doesn't care about the voltage, per se, it's told on for so long, off for so long, the inertial of the fan itself averages things out to a steady speed. If you had a tachometer on the fan itself, you would see a much closer representation of the speed command vs. the actual speed. It's not a totally linear representation, but it's close, understanding that the fans power consumption increases as speed increases.

All of this is why a 24v to 12v converter when installing a 12v fan doesn't actually work. It will allow you to run the fan, but speed control is pretty much non existent.

Sours: https://forums.creality3dofficial.com/community/ender-6/adjust-fan-speed-when-printing/
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I decided to test how well my Ender 3 can print PETG and printed multiple 20mm cubes and even a vase.

In this article, I will share with you my findings, what settings worked as well as which ones didn’t, and more!

I will also include a couple pictures of the models I created so that you can see the print quality I managed to achieve.

Without any further ado, let’s get started!

Print Temperature

Generally speaking, PETG prints really well between the 220°C and 250°C range. However, the Ender 3 uses a Bowden-type setup which isn’t designed to print over 240°C or 245°C since it could get damaged, so I’d recommend staying in that 220°C to 240°C range.

In my testing, printing at 220°C delivered the overall best print quality.

Ideal PETG printing temperature on the Ender 3:

  • 220°C – 240°C (with 220°C yielding slightly better-looking results)

After trying out multiple different printing temperatures on over 20 different prints, I found that in my case, 220°C delivered the best results. 230°C and up would create strings and blobs on the top layers or my models, in fact, you can see it here in the stringing tests I ran (I printed over 10 stringing tests using two different filaments until I got it right):

Bed Adhesion

Bed adhesion is probably the most important factor to consider when printing since you want your first layer to adhere properly to the print surface in order to avoid warping and to keep the print from detaching.

Factors such as printing temperature, bed temperature, the build surface type you’re using, etc. will influence how well the model stays stuck to the surface.

Bed Temperature

PETG needs to be printed at a fairly high temperature, which means that in order to avoid warping you’ll need to set the bed between 60°C and 70°C (60°C is what’s generally recommended, however I didn’t have great results with it).

Now, here’s something you may not have known, but the higher the bed temperature the stronger the adhesion. In fact, a study was conducted where the results showed that bed adhesion was strongest when going just slightly over the Glass Transition temperature of the plastic, which in the case of PETG is 80°C (essentially, you need to set the bed temperature to a little over 80°C).

I printed a couple different 20mm cubes at 230°C with varying bed temperatures (60°C, 70°C and 85°C), and the bottom corners of the first two cubes warped (60 and 70°C), but at 85°C the adhesion was strong enough so that the warping was nearly eliminated.

So, start with 60°C and if the print warps, then consider increasing the bed temperature to 70°C and if that doesn’t work, try 80°C or 85°C.

Ideal PETG Bed Temperature for Ender 3:

  • To achieve the strongest adhesion possible, set the bed slightly above the glass transition temperature of PETG (80°C). 85°C seems to yield the strongest adhesion.

Build Surface

My PETG print tests on the Ender 3 were conducted using the Creality glass bed and even though small objects like the 20mm cube suffered from a little warping, they never detached from the build plate, even no matter the bed temperature.

Many people recommend using Kapton tape or blue painter’s tape since both of them allow PETG to adhere much more strongly.

However, the ideal solution seems to be the build surface that comes included with both the Ender 3 Pro and the V2, not the Ender 3, which is the BuilTak or magnetic build surface, since it provides an excellent surface for PETG to stick to, and removing the prints is also quite simple.

Important Note: Some websites say that PETG may stick so well to a glass bed that removing it might cause the glass to break or even that it might take some chunks of glass with it. I haven’t had that experience at all, in fact, my experience with PETG was that the adhesion wasn’t as strong as with some other materials like PLA, TPU, etc.

Test it out for yourself and see what works. If you find it hard to remove the print, let the bed cool down first (even sticking the bed in the fridge might help it contract which should make removing the PETG easier).

Print using a Skirt, Brim or Raft for PETG?

I wrote an entire article explaining what a skirt, a brim and a raft are and you should definitely check it out since they can really help improve bed adhesion.

When printing the different test cubes, all of them warped when printing with a Skirt, so I tried printing another one using a Brim with the bed at 60°C and not only did it warp, but it actually detached from the build plate (I tried this several times and always ended up with the same result).

The absolute best results I got was printing with a Brim and setting the bed temperature at 85°C since this kept the print stuck to the bed at all times without allowing it to warp even a little.

A raft will increase bed adhesion even further, but make sure to read the article I just linked about rafts, brims and skirts, since a raft will use more material and leave marks on the model.

I generally recommend using a skirt, and if you need better adhesion go with a brim.

Retraction Settings

Retraction is when the extruder pulls the filament back to relieve some pressure inside of the hotend to keep the filament from oozing out, which is essential when trying to avoid stringing. Now, PETG, when in its molten state, is much more viscous than other filaments and requires the proper retraction settings to be enabled if avoiding stringing is a priority to you.

However, PETG does print very similarly to PLA and the retraction settings are often the same, or very similar.

So, if you’re using Cura, the default retraction settings should work just fine, in most cases.

Ideal PETG retraction settings for the Ender 3:

  • Retraction Distance: 6.5mm.
  • Retraction Speed: 25mm/s.
  • Maximum Retraction Count: 10.
  • Minimum Extrusion Distance Window: 10mm.
  • Combing Mode: ON and set to “Within Infill” (no stringing).

If you want to learn all the ins and outs about retraction on the Ender 3, check out this article we wrote!

Print Speed

PETG doesn’t really need to be printed slower than PLA, so the Default Cura settings for the Ender 3 should work just fine (50mm/s).

If you want to improve the quality of the print you could definitely slow it down as much as you’d like, but between 30mm/s and 50mm/s seems to be the sweet spot.

Ideal PETG Speed Settings for the Ender 3:

Print Cooling

Like I previously mentioned, you want to achieve a well-adhered first layer and in order to accomplish this the layer fan should be turned off while the first couple layers are being printed.

After this, the fan should be at 100% to increase detail and to reduce stringing.

However, if detail isn’t a priority and strength is more desired, print with the layer fan off for the entire duration of the print. This will ensure a better bonding between the layers and will increase layer strength as well as the overall strength of the model.

Ideal PETG Speed Settings for the Ender 3:

  • For detail, the layer fan should be at 100%, except for the first couple of layers to ensure a good first layer adhesion.
  • For strength, print the entire model with the layer fan turned off.

Do you need an Enclosure for printing with PETG?

An enclosure isn’t necessary when printing with PETG since it’s a fairly simple material to work with, however, it will definitely help in preventing models from warping or detaching from the build surface because the temperature inside of it stays relatively warm and consistent.

Now, printing with an enclosure generally helps avoid a couple issues and while it may not be a necessity, having an enclosed printer can save you from a couple failed prints.

PETG is simple enough to work with but definitely warps more than PLA, not as much as ABS though, and if you live in a cooler climate then you might want to enclose it to reduce the risk of warping.

Ideal Ender 3 settings for printing with PETG

The settings for printing with PETG are very similar to the ones used to print with PLA, since they are such similar materials. However, there are a couple key differences:

  • Printing Temperature: 220-240°C (top layers look better at 220).
  • Bed Temperature: 85°C for best adhesion.
  • Initial Layer height: 0.2mm for best first layer adhesion.
  • Retraction distance: 6.5mm.
  • Print Speed: 30mm/s – 50mm/s.
  • Fan Speed: 100% for detail, off for strength.


The main issue I had with PETG was bed adhesion, especially when trying to print with the bed at 60°C, which is generally the recommended temperature I’ve seen online, since prints would warp or even detach from the build plate.

I decided to increase the bed temperature to 70°C but there wasn’t any real change.

Since PETG’s glass transition temperature is 80°C, I decided to try 85°C and this worked like a charm (check the study I linked earlier where the conclusion is that going slightly above the glass transition temperature increases adhesion), both when printing with- and without a brim, but this may be because I’m using a glass bed and not the BuildTak one, maybe with the BuilTak bed you can comfortably print at 60°C.

So, if you’re having bed adhesion issues with PETG, try increasing the bed temperature!

Other than that, the Ender 3 is perfectly capable of printing PETG without any problems and the prints come out looking great, even though I have to say that PLA seems to print better on this machine and achieves a nicer finish, but the PETG prints are still perfectly acceptable.

Sours: https://3dsolved.com/ender-3-pro-and-v2-petg-settings/
Creality Ender 3 V2 - Speed up prints without sacrificing quality by turning on this setting

When looking into your slicer settings, you would have come across the cooling or fan settings that control just how fast your fans are running. These settings can have a pretty significant impact on your 3D prints, so many people wonder what the best fan settings are.

This article will attempt to guide you through how to get the best fan cooling settings for your 3D prints, whether you are printing with PLA, ABS, PETG, and more.

Keep on reading through to get some of the key answers to your fan setting questions.

The video by CH3P does a great job in illustrating that it is possible to 3D print without a cooling fan and still get some pretty good results. You do have to keep in mind though, it won’t maximize your printing performance, especially for certain models.

Which 3D Printing Materials Need a Cooling Fan?

Before getting into how to set your cooling and fan settings, it’s a good idea to know which 3D printing filaments need them in the first place.

I’ll go through some of the most popular filaments that are used by 3D printer hobbyists.

Does PLA Need a Cooling Fan?

Yes, cooling fans significantly improves the print quality of PLA 3D prints. Many fan ducts or shrouds that direct the air to PLA parts work well to give better overhangs, bridging, and more detail overall. I would recommend using high quality cooling fans at 100% speed for PLA 3D prints.

Your slicer usually defaults to leaving the cooling fan off for the first 1 or 2 layers of the print to allow for better adhesion to the build surface. After these initial layers, your 3D printer should start to activate the cooling fan.

Fans work so well with PLA because it cools it down enough to ensure that the melted filament hardens enough to form a strong foundation for the next layer to extrude.

The best overhangs and bridges occur when the cooling is optimized properly, allowing you to have better success with complex 3D prints.

There are many great FanDuct Designs that you can find on Thingiverse for your specific 3D printer, usually with plenty of reviews and comments on how well it works.

These fan connectors are a simple upgrade that can really improve your 3D print quality, so you should definitely try it and see how it works for your PLA prints.

You want to be cooling your 3D prints evenly and at a consistent pace to avoid warping or curling in your PLA models. A Cura fan speed of 100% is the standard for PLA filament.

It’s possible to print PLA without a cooling fan, but it’s definitely not ideal all the way through because the filament probably won’t harden quick enough for the next layer, leading to a poor quality 3D print.

You can reduce the fan speed for PLA and this actually have the effect of increasing the strength of your PLA prints.

Does ABS Need a Cooling Fan?

No, ABS does not need a cooling fan and will likely cause printing failures if turned on due to warping from rapid temperature changes. Fans are best disabled or kept at around 20-30% for ABS 3D prints unless you have an enclosure/heated chamber with a high ambient temperature.

Many of the best 3D printers that are optimized to 3D print ABS filament do have cooling fans, such as the Zortrax M200, but it does require a little more planning to get this right.

Once you have your ideal ABS printing setup, ideally with a heated chamber where you can regulate the printing temperature, cooling fans can work really well for overhangs or sections which have a short time per layer, so it can cool down for the next layer.

In some cases, if you have multiple ABS prints to do, you can space them out on your print bed to give it more time to cool.

You can also slow down the printing speed altogether or set a minimum time for each layer in your slicer, being the ‘Minimum Layer Time’ setting in Cura which defaults at 10 seconds and forces the printer to slow down.

For your ABS cooling fan speed, you generally want to have it at 0% or a lower amount like 30% for overhangs. This lower speed reduces the chance that your ABS prints warp, which is a common issue.

Does PETG Need a Cooling Fan?

No, PETG does not need a cooling fan and works much better with the fan off or at a maximum level of around 50%. PETG prints best when laid down gently rather than squished on the build plate. It can cool too quickly while extruding, leading to poor layer adhesion. 10-30% fan speeds work well.

Depending on the setup of your fans, you can have different optimal fan speeds for PETG, so testing is the best practice to determine the ideal fan speed for your specific 3D printer.

Sometimes it can be difficult to get your fans going when you input lower speeds, where the fans can stutter rather than flow consistently. After giving the fans a little push, you can usually get them going properly.

If you need to have better quality sections on your 3D prints such as corners, it makes sense to turn your fan up more to around the 50% mark. The downside however, is that your layers may separate easier.

Does TPU Need a Cooling Fan?

TPU doesn’t need a cooling fan depending on what settings you are using. You can definitely 3D print TPU without a cooling fan, but if you are printing at a higher temperature and a high speed, then a cooling fan at around 40% can work well. Using a cooling fan is recommended when you have bridges.

When you have a higher temperature, a cooling fan helps to harden the TPU filament so that the next layer has a good foundation to build upon. Its similar when you have higher speeds, where the filament has less time to cool, so fan settings can be very useful.

If you have dialed-in your settings to print with TPU, having a lower speed and good temperature, you can avoid the need for a cooling fan altogether, but this can depend on what brand of filament you are using.

In some cases, you can actually experience a negative effect to the shape of TPU 3D prints from the fan’s air pressure, especially at higher speeds.

I think TPU requires extra time to really get that good layer adhesion, and the fan can actually disrupt that process.

What is the Best Fan Speed for 3D Printing?

Depending on the printing material, temperature settings, ambient temperature, whether your 3D printer is in an enclosure or not, the part orientation itself, and the presence of overhangs and bridges, the best fan speed is going to fluctuate.

Generally, you either have a fan speed of 100% or 0%, but in some cases you’ll want something in between. For an ABS 3D print that you have in an enclosure which requires overhangs, the best fan speed would be a low fan speed like 20%.

The picture below showcases the ATOM 80 Degrees Overhang Test with all settings the same except for the fan speeds (0%, 20%, 40%, 60%, 80%, 100%).

As you can see, the higher the fan speed, the better the overhang quality, and if a higher speed was possible, it looks like it would improve even more. There are more powerful fans out there that you can use, which I’ll discuss further in this article.

The user who did these tests used a 12V 0.15A blower fan with a rated air flow of 4.21 CFM.

Best Ender 3 (V2) Fan Upgrade/Replacement

Whether you want to replace a broken fan, improve your overhang and bridging distances, or improve the airflow towards your parts, a fan upgrade is something that can get you there.

One of the best Ender 3 fan upgrades you can get is the Noctua NF-A4x10 FLX Premium Quiet Fan from Amazon, a staple 3D printer fan that is loved by several users.

It works at a 17.9 dB level and is an award winning A-series fan with a superior quiet cooling performance. People describe it as the ideal replacement for a noisy or broken fan on their 3D printers.

It is well-designed, sturdy and gets the job done with ease. The Noctua fan also comes with anti-vibration mounts, fan screws, a low-noise adaptor, and extension cables.

You’ll need to use a buck converter on the mainboard since its a 12V fan which is a lower voltage than the 24V that the Ender 3 runs on. Many satisfied customers comment on how they can barely hear the fans anymore and how its unbelievably quiet.

Another great fan for the Ender 3 or other 3D printers like the Tevo Tornado, or other Creality printers is the SUNON 24V 40mm Fan from Amazon. It has dimensions of 40mm x 40mm x 20mm.

A 24V fan is a better choice for you if you don’t want to have to do the extra work with the buck converter.

It’s described as a definite improvement over the 28-30dB stock fans, running around 6dB quieter. They are not silent, but are much quieter as well as providing some real power behind your 3D printer.


Several successful 3D printer users make use of the Petsfang Duct Fan Bullseye upgrade from Thingiverse. The good thing about this upgrade is how you can still use the stock fans on your Ender 3.

It provides much better cooling since the standard setup doesn’t do much to direct cool air to your 3D prints. When you upgrade to a proper fan shroud or duct, your fans get a better angle for airflow.

The Hero Me Gen5 is another fan duct which uses a 5015 blower fan and can give a much quieter fan noise while printing when done correctly.

When replacing the fans on your Ender 3 or V2, you need to get 24v fans or a 12v fan with a buck converter to change your 24v down to 12v.

The WINSINN 50mm 24V 5015 Blower Fan from Amazon is a great option for a quiet fan that works with the HeroMe ducts.

3D Printer Fan Troubleshooting

How to Fix a 3D Printer Fan That’s Not Working

There are many reasons why your 3D printer fan stops working, which can either be repaired or will need to be replaced. Your extruder fan should always be spinning to cool down the heat sink.

One issue that happens is a broken wire, a common thing that happens since there is a lot of movement that can easily bend the wire.

Another issue is that it may be plugged into the wrong jack on the motherboard. A way to test for this is to turn your 3D printer on without heating things up.

Now go through to the menu and find your fan settings, usually by going to “Control” > “Temperature” > “Fan”, then raise the fan up and press select. Your extruder fan should be spinning, but if it isn’t, the hotend fan and parts fan is likely swapped around.

Check that nothing is stuck in the fan blades like a loose strand of filament or dust. You should also check that none of the fan blades are snapped since they can break quite easily.

The video below goes through a great explanation about how your hotend and fans works.

What To Do if 3D Printer Fan is Always On

It is normal for your 3D printer extruder fan to always be on and it is controlled by the 3D printer itself rather than your slicer settings.

The part cooling fan however, is what you can adjust with your slicer settings and this can be turned off, at a certain percentage, or at 100%.

The cooling fan is controlled by the G-Code, which is where you change fan speeds according to what filament you are using.

If your part cooling fan is always on, you may have to swap fan 1 and fan 2. One user who always had their cooling fan blowing swapped over these fans on the motherboard, then was able to adjust the cooling fan speed through the control settings.

How to Fix 3D Printer Fan Making Noise

The best method to fix your 3D printer fan that makes noise is to upgrade to a high quality quiet fan. With 3D printers, manufacturers tend to use fans that are quite noisy because they reduce the overall costs of your 3D printer, so you can choose to upgrade it yourself.

Lubricating oil can work for reducing the noise of blower fans on your 3D printer, so I’d recommend trying it out. Super Lube Lightweight Oil is a great option that you can find on Amazon.

Hopefully this article helps with understanding your fan and cooling settings, leading you on the way to more successful 3D printing!

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Open Cura. So, lower your Initial Fan Speed in CURA, set the Regular Fan Speed at Layer setting to 3-5 The Ender-3 is considered to be an affordable 3D printer option for hobby use and at the time of its release, had set a benchmark for affordable hobbyist 3D printers. So, lower your Initial Fan Speed in CURA, set the Regular Fan Speed at Layer setting to 3-5 4. The fan speed applies to the next block added to the  But supposedly these ender 3 pros have a better or quieter power supply The fan speed in Cura (or your slicing program) is the cooling fan on the hot  Initial Fan Speed: 0%. Install pneumatic joint, XE-axis kit and synchronous belt […] After about four hours of trial and error, I was finally able to get it running with my Ender 3 equipped with a BLTouch. 400309032. It is relatively simple to wire up the RAMPS. It’s a good idea to let your first layer(s) set naturally, as you need it to really set on the print bed and fuse with the layer on top of it. The first problem can be overcome by implementing Step Down modules, which convert our 24V source to and 12V output by adjusting them correctly. 1 Upgraded Auto Bed Leveling Sensor Kit with 32 Bit V4. Fan speed. 1 Auto Bed Leveling Sensor Kit for Ender3 V2/Ender 3/Ender 3 Pro/Ender 3 Max/Ender 5/Pro with 32 Bit V4. Here you see, there is different firmware versions for the different mainboards. Click Add. M561 ; clear any bed transform. Print Speed: 50 mm/s; BIQU B1 vs Ender 3 V2. After the success of the Ender 3 for its excellent quality-price ratio, Creality has decided to improve this 3D printer and launch the Ender 3 V2. 00 ; reduce accelerations a bit before we probe. Duet Reprap v3 config files for my Ender 3 pro. Creality 3D Printers like the Ender 3 and CR10 will find the  Jan 2, 2021 The Creality Ender 3 is a fan-favorite 3D printer that retails far Decreasing the print speed will ensure that the filament is laid  Feb 17, 2021 Released in early 2020, the Creality Ender V2 is a popular desktop The solution landed upon was to install a fan and improve venting to  Maar je kan je fan speed veel lager zetten waardoor je koeling fans een 40x10 fans voor mij Ender 3 v2 met een buck Converter er tussen. HD 4. Dec 30, 2020 For layers with a short layer time, and those with bridges/overhangs, cooling will increase the print quality. In my case, I would have to select one of the 4. 99; Creality 3D 40*40*10mm 24V High Speed DC Brushless 4010 Nozzle Cooling Fan For 3D Printer Ender-3 $11. Like us on facebook. 2mm; Infill & %: Rectilinear 20%; Bed Temp: 80 C; Extruder Temp: 245 C; Cooling: Layer 1, Fan Speed 0; Print . Change "Printer name" to Creality Ender-3 V2. be/ Creality Ender-3 V2 FDM 3D Printer. 99 and enjoy a 1-year warranty and 14-day return. Navigate to Ultimaker Cura > Preferences > Printers > Add. h and Configuration_adv. Scroll down to click Creality3D. Fortunately, you can print one using the free files here. 99 Be the first to ask a question. Creality 3D 24V Axial Flow Cooling Fan 24V 7000r/min L1400mm without Terminal for Ender-3 V2 3D… $12. Creality's Ender-3 V2 has long been one of our favorites when it comes to affordable FDM 3D printers. Together with my 120mm PSU fan duct noise levels are down to about 50db (15 DB quieter than 40x20-fan-assembly. ⚙️ Easy Install V2. 3 Inch Color LCD Screen. The mount can be printed on the Ender 3 v2 as a single piece with standard quality and speed settings and support touching-buildplate. The case I linked to earlier is for the Raspberry Pi 3 with a 25mm fan. Comparing what you get with the Ender 3 V2 you can understand why I name the BIQU B1 the “Ender 3 V2 Killer“. (220x220x250mm) print volume. Printer stats. Used Creality Ender 3 V2 3D Printer Upgraded 220x220x250mm Print FDM US Ship 4 out of 5 stars (1) 1 product ratings - Used Creality Ender 3 V2 3D Printer Upgraded 220x220x250mm Print FDM US Ship I am trying to print ABS on the Ender 3 V2. Fans can be mounted with M3 screws or super glue. 0 out of 5 stars 95 $63. So, lower your Initial Fan Speed in CURA, set the Regular Fan Speed at Layer setting to 3-5 Compared with its predecessors, namely the Ender 3 and its upgraded V2 iteration, the Ender 3 Max offers a larger build volume and a handful of improved components, such as dual heating fans for top-notch heat dissipation, an all-metal extruder with a heat-resistant copper nozzle for smooth filament extrusion, and a reliable 350W power supply. After a while, you'll get used to it, or become sufficiently deaf, so as not to hear it so much; · Try to  Turn on one of the fans and set its speed. 7 Mainboard for Ender 3/ Ender 3 Pro/Ender 3 V2/ Ender 3 Max/Ender 5/ Ender 5 Pro/CR-10 3D Printer $45. 1A Silent Brushless Axial Cooling Fan 40mmx40mmx10mm Oil Bearing For Ender 3 Ender 3 V2 Enjoy Free Shipping Worldwide! Limited Time Sale Easy Return. 2 / V4. This has made a huge difference. The structural components are made of extruded aluminum. The extruder that comes with the printer can last for about 2 or 3 months, after which the filament will start grinding through the plastic or the lever arm will break. 2/V4. So, lower your Initial Fan Speed in CURA, set the Regular Fan Speed at Layer setting to 3-5 Posted January 28 · Profile for Ender 3 V2 with 0. It does fit the Ender 3 V2 and attaches to the side 80/20 aluminum rail. 4. 99 $ 63 . So, lower your Initial Fan Speed in CURA, set the Regular Fan Speed at Layer setting to 3-5 While much of the Ender 3 V2 is the same as older models, the V2 should offer users a much better out-of-the-box experience, especially if you enjoy using quieter 3D printers. So, lower your Initial Fan Speed in CURA, set the Regular Fan Speed at Layer setting to 3-5 For most accurate results, set the part cooling fan speed to match normal print fan speeds. The print will print the first 2 or 3 layer perfectly then it start to string and dry prior to being laid down. 7. One of the things that I have done to help mitigate the vibrational noise is to place my Ender 3 on a concrete paver that sits on top of 3 inches of upholstery foam. 1 Basic Parameters 5 Spare parts 6 1. The fan speed applies to the next block added to the planner, so it will not take effect until previous moves in the planner are done. The only issue left is the fan noise, which keeps the overall level of noise up pretty high. 3 inch color LCD make it more convenient to operate printing. Other guides in this series: Ender 3 Pro and Duet Maestro Guide Part 1: Wiring After about four hours of trial and error, I was finally able to get it running with my Ender 3 equipped with a BLTouch. The Ender 3 Max is by far the go-to for larger projects Print Speed: 50 mm/s; BIQU B1 vs Ender 3 V2. But at this lower price, it offers a decent print volume, is easy to assemble and improve, and can produce high-quality prints. 99 Creality BLTouch V3. 136382. There are various … Model Detail, Size, and Complexity. 1 files for SKR Mini E3 v2. This will test motor movement, endstop triggering, heater function, fan control, homing behaviour, and the LCD. 0. 2 died and I replaced it with a v2. Check out our ender 3 v2 fan duct selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our 3d printers shops. Creality Ender-3 Max 3D Printer. h #define X2_MIN_POS) When you get the Ender 3 V2, you’ll quickly realize that its extruder is made of cheap plastic. 99; 235*235mm PEI Magnetic Flexible Heated Bed Hotbed Surfacefor Creality 3D Ender 3/Ender-3 Pro/Ender-5 $62. The layer fan of a 3D printer may not be working due to the printing One of the slicer's most important functions is the rotation speed of the fan. 7, you would select one of these other builds. 99 In Stock. The Ender 3 V2 is very similar to its predecessor, but its main improvements are the implementation of a new 32-bit motherboard and the integration of the silent motor controller TMC2208, in addition Ender 3 V2 eSun PLA+ 215°C Hotend 65°C Bed 0. This being the case, you have to look for a different extruder. Creality Ender 3 v2 - Issues and solutions It is a Creality Enders 3 V2 3D printer from china. Key difference between updated version Ender 3 V2 and Ender 3 Pro: Silent motherboard make the printing noiseless. I still don't have it tuned all the way, but I wanted to go ahead and share my findings. 1. G29 ; probe the bed and enable compensation. Standing tall above this print area is a Z-axis of 340 mm, 60 mm less than on the Creality CR-10 3d printer, the printer the Ender 3 Max is closest to in terms of capability. Select the correct input voltage to match your local mains (230V or 115V) Because of software/hardware upgrades and model differences, new revisions may not be listed in this guide. 0, Ender 3. Fast Shipping and Dispatch to all metro areas. Ender-3 Pro Series 3D Printer 【To make Top-quality 3D printer】 To be the Chief Evangelist This guide is for the Ender-3 Pro Series of 3D printers. 81X13. So, lower your Initial Fan Speed in CURA, set the Regular Fan Speed at Layer setting to 3-5 The Ender 3 runs on 24V, but our fans are only rated for 12V. 2)Because the fan on the SKR Mini E3 V2. 2. 3 Inch Color LCD Screen, 32-bit Silent Motherboard, Carborundum Glass Platform, UL Certified Meanwell Power Supply, Print Resume Function, 220 x 220 x 250mm Print Size. About Settings Ender 3 Petg Fan . This is much larger than the standard Ender 3, the Ender 3 Pro, and the Ender 3 V2, which all have a build volume of 220 x 220 x 250 mm. 9; Lay Height:0. So, lower your Initial Fan Speed in CURA, set the Regular Fan Speed at Layer setting to 3-5 The Ender 3 Pro's V4. 50. When you buy a HUAXU Ender 3 V2, 3D Printer DIY Kit, Upgraded Version Of Ender 3 Pro: 32-Bit Silent Motherboard, Carborundum Glass Bed, Resume Printing, Build Volume 11. 0, I had to build new firmware. 99 Fan menu; Speed menu; Movement menu; Movement controls; The TFT-35 touch screen is a nice addition to my modified Ender 3. 5mm/s, line 8mm/s, acceleration: 800mm/s 2 Buy the official Creality3D Ender-3 3D Printer for a discounted price of $209. So, lower your Initial Fan Speed in CURA, set the Regular Fan Speed at Layer setting to 3-5 Add the "Ender 3" printer. Going below 230°C results in poor layer adhesion, whereas going above 240°C may result in poor bridging quality. My first 3D printer. Extru Multi:0. Released in early 2020, the Creality Ender V2 is a popular desktop 3D printer in the maker market. 1. 32-bit Silent Motherboard. The main selling point of Ender 3 series 3D printers is stable printing, mainly because of the use of V-belt Ender 3(Pro)/3 V2 Upgraded Direct Extruding Full Kits with Nozzles $ 39. 0 version of the fan is not ready to use after power on); 3)Support BLtouch, filament detection, power-off resume, automatic shutdown, etc . Firmware with support for BTT TFT 35 Screen. Under manual control with an idle machine, M106 will change the fan speed immediately. It's also possible that a small piece of  Feb 26, 2021 2 Answers · Put up with the noise. Note that these are ideal settings for PLA on the Ender 3. Going from the stock fan to dual 4020's means I should set the fans to run slower (the thingyverse page says 5015's only need 40-50% and 70% max so who knows with 4020's). Problem. So, lower your Initial Fan Speed in CURA, set the Regular Fan Speed at Layer setting to 3-5 Now, if you have missed my other video about the new Creality Silent Mainboard 1. I have included my configuration below. Question: One of the fans goes … Jun 4, 2019 I will share my Cura cooling profile below for you to try if you are running into problems. So, lower your Initial Fan Speed in CURA, set the Regular Fan Speed at Layer setting to 3-5 Pin 27 Board For BL-Touch Filament Sensor Compatible With Creality Ender-3 / Ender-3 Pro / Ender-5 / $14. Creality sets a new baseline for budget 3D printing. Ender 3 Pro (this works with the standard Ender 3, as well) Touch Screen. This is an All Metal Hotend Kit for CR-10 / Ender Printers. Just got an Ender 3 V2. Ender 3 (Pro/V2) Print Speed: Best Settings For Perfect … Posted: (12 days ago) Filament Choice. However, some users began having problems Since my mini e3 v1. I see no reason why someone would buy an an Ender 3 V2 when the BIQU B1 comes with much more features at the same price. Start and End G-code for Creality Ender 3 V2 on Cura with BL-Touch with the latest Jyers firmware (UBL release) - end. For significant noise reduction, the user will need to replace all three of the included 40mm 24V fans (extruder, filament, stepper drivers) with four new ones. Reply. You can also purchase the Ender 3 V2 (rated 4. If you’re wanting to use an Ender 3 V2 for laser engraving, you’ll need a separate mount. 00 Y1000 . org turned it all down the moment the Ender 3 v2 was released. I have printed some mods to personalize it. So, lower your Initial Fan Speed in CURA, set the Regular Fan Speed at Layer setting to 3-5 These are connected to the fan speed, which can be altered to suit whichever material you’re engraving. This is a drop in All Metal Conversion kit for the CR10 printers. But the cooling fan doesn’t run, either on fan0 or fan1, even when I manually set the cooling fan speed to 100%. Depending on what Pi and fan you're using, you'll likely need to adjust these parts as noted below. Offsets. 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Raw. gcode Ender 3 V2 eSun PLA+ 215°C Hotend 65°C Bed 0. 5 There is a full metal plate to lock the power supply, we are sure that you will like this design. when its installed in my Ender 3 v2 the fan blades touch the enclosure and won't spin. Ender 3 V2. Flexible Steel Build Cheap 3D Printer Parts & Accessories, Buy Quality Computer & Office Directly from China Suppliers:Ender 3 DC24V Brushless Mainboard Fan 4010 Cooler Small Cooling fan For Creality 3D Ender 3/Ender 3 pro/Ender 3 V2 Printer parts Enjoy Free Shipping Worldwide! Limited Time Sale Easy Return. Ender 3 V2 Camera Mount. I have had my Ender 3 v2 for just over two months and have had a blast working with it. However, this laser kit is not compatible with models like the Ender 5. The Ender 3 V2 has the option in the Controls to change the fan speed. Similar story for stringing test and retraction. This Ender-3 V2 3D Printer Quick Start Guide is designed to aid Ender-3 V2 users in the assembly and use of their new printer and to help in getting started with 3D Printing. 4 Compatible with Creality ender 3, ender 3 pro, ender 3 V2. Combined with the noisy fan that cools the controller Creality Ender-3 Max 3D Printer. The This Ender-3 V2 3D Printer Quick Start Guide is designed to aid Ender-3 V2 users in the assembly and use of their new printer and to help in getting started with 3D Printing. If you are search for Ender 3 Petg Fan Settings, simply check out our article below : Fan Petg Ender 3 Settings . Bed temperature seems to be right but then Fan speed is always at max 255  Jul 3, 2020 New to 3D printing. 38In, Ideal For Beginners online from Wayfair, we make it as easy as possible for you to find out when your product will be delivered. 2 controller board features HR4988 stepper drivers, which can create a noticeable amount of noise during printing. BL Touch Auto Bed Leveling Sensor For Ender Series $ 49. My only complaint about it is that it's thicker then a stock fan. 3 All the parts you need to upgrade ender 3, ender 3 pro, ender 3 V2 to dual Z rods are included in the box. XY-axis tensioner make adjusting the belt tension more easy. 6. Like the original Ender 3, the Ender 3 V2 supports 115V and 230V regions. With the new mainboard, this printer now prints silently - theoretically. So far have been impressed by the easy setup. 1 IDEX (Touch Screen). 0 control board is a CNC fan, you need to set the wind speed before using it. The first factor that influences Ender 3 print speed is the filament type. 7 on it the part cooling fan isn't spinning anymore, regardless what I am trying to do. Ender V2 Layer Shift Problem Rectified With Cooling. The Creality 3D Ender 3 is an open-frame all-metal 3D printer. Fan menu; Speed menu; Movement menu; Movement controls; The TFT-35 touch screen is a nice addition to my modified Ender 3. Took about 2 minutes at Prusa to get answers, It's been 22 hours on Ultimakers forum and no one has even put up a bad guess. com, and then head over to the Support →  When disabled, the print fan will run at a fixed speed the whole time defined by Fan speed - Min with the exception of bridges, which can still be defined by  Creality 24V 4010 Hotend Cooling Fan For Ender-3 Ender-3 pro Ender-3S 3D Ender 3 V2 hot end fan noise same here, my ender 3 v2 hotend is very loud,  Get it now! 40*40*10mm High speed cooling fan, with good cooling effect. M201 X1000 . I don't really know what upsides/downsides fan speed brings or how to set it up more fun. $ 63. Creality Ender 3 V2 3D Printer; 4. I now have filament Load and Unload buttons which is an improvement to saying gcode files on the SD card and printing them to load filament. CREALllY 3D Printer User Manual Ender-3 V2 Contents hide 1 Content 2 NOTES 3 Product introduction 4 Equipment parameters 4. Search: Ender 3 Petg Fan Settings. Jul 23, 2020 Hi all, I am new to 3D printing and just bought an Ender 3 v2. The Noctua fans have a 3-Pin connector, but our Ender board uses 2-Pin fan sockets. 2 firmware builds and if you have the 4. Install Z-axis motor kit and t-type screw 8 3. If no fan index is given, the print cooling fan is selected. Turn on one of the fans and set its speed. The Ender 3 Max is by far the largest edition with the highest build volume, at 300 x 300 x 340 mm. Rotary knob added on the extruder make it easier to load and feed filament. Most of the settings from the Ender 3 carry over to the Ender 3 V2, so it makes the most sense to use Turn on one of the fans and set its speed. Regular Fan Speed: 90%. I have check my slicer information and the fan in the gcode is set to 0%. 8mm Nozzle I think thats about the fastest anyone could test the supporting ecosystem of a company. 2mm Nozzle. The extensive amount of new features, crisp and compact design along with ease of use, the Creality Ender 3 V2 (Amazon) is one to look out for. Hi, I have an Ender 3 Pro running the SKR mini E3 v2 and since I flashed Marlin 2. 99 USD. Specifications. 3 Inch Color LCD Screen; 32-bit Silent Motherboard; Carborundum Glass Platform; UL Certified Meanwell Power Supply. Is it possible to do this like on the Ender 3 and Ender 3 Pro home screen information real time feedback? And also real time Feed Rate via knob at home screen? Seems being a revised version, it should be same or upgraded, not downgraded? https://youtu. PEI Spring Steel Sheet vs glass bed / Creality surface Ender 3 V2 eSun PLA+ 215°C Hotend 65°C Bed 0. Inspect the fan blades carefully for damage. For other filaments, you'll need some adjustments, which we'll  Feb 14, 2021 Bug Description Configuration Files Required: Include a ZIP file containing Configuration. Creality Ender 3 & Ender 3 Pro - Upgrades, Information, and Tips Ender 3 V2 - Swapping to the 12864 Creality LCD for more features Ender 5 Plus Upgrade Paths – EZABL, EZBoard, LCD Kit The Ender 3 runs on 24V, but our fans are only rated for 12V. 5 / 5 (144 reviews) SKU: 110734. bed. Creality Ender-3 V2 is great at your Best budget 3D printer. Content: NEJE Master 3500mW; Custom 32bit STM32 board with TMC2209 LightBurn software Speed: Fill 12. The level of detail, size, and complexity depicted in a model affects … Ender 3 Quirks. Creality's Ender 3 V2 is currently available to pre-order on Creality's website for $269. g. Ender 3. The double-fan castellated wing cooling fan can better dissipate heat. 81X11. But today, we want to take it a few steps Initial Fan Speed. You will need to file down the fan or the enclosure to get it to work. Ender 3 V2 eSun PLA+ 215°C Hotend 65°C Bed 0. Use this guide with other marlin versions at your own risk. If you have a custom X-carriage that is wider than the standard version these firmware builds will provide a wider offset than the default 50mm (Configuration_adv. Overall I like the fan. SKU. All Metal Hotend Kit for Creality CR-10 / CR10S / CR20 / Ender 2, 3, 5 Printers. Mfr Part#. Unfortunately I noticed this after I had cut the ends and soldered it into place so no return for me. Ender 3 Pro (this works with the standard Ender 3, as well) All Metal Hotend Kit for Creality CR-10 / CR10S / CR20 / Ender 2, 3, 5 Printers. I ain't using BL-Touch and want to keep the Mesh BedLeveling Feature. Product Information. New Heating Element Enclosure. More Info Genuine Creality Parts Product Specifications Supported Devices: Ender-3 V2 Voltage: 24v DC Speed: 7000r/ min Current: 100ma Fan Size: 40mm*40*10mm Bearing: Shafted Oil Hydraulic (DC Brushless) Supplier/Brand: Creality Ender 3 V2 eSun PLA+ 215°C Hotend 65°C Bed 0. ; Ender-3 Pro Series 3D Printer 【To make Top-quality 3D printer】 To be the Chief Evangelist This guide is for the Ender-3 Pro Series of 3D printers. We also have a ranking of the best large 3D printers. Select Add a non-networked printer. Creality CR-5 Pro H is a fully enclosed 3d printer, more stable. 00 Z90 . More Info Earn Points with reward program. h. Ender 3 v2 Hot End Fan Upgrade Honestly I use mostly Cura's standard/low profile with speed tweaks but never messed with fan speed whilst on stock fans. Play with the fan speed to reduce cooling. Install pneumatic joint, XE-axis kit and synchronous belt […] Head over to the support section and select "Firmware Download". gif Download STL file Ender 3, 3 V2,. This option appears not to be doing anything. 28; Creality 3D RED Cooling Block Heating Block for Ender-3 V2 Ender-3 Series 3D Printer $12. 99; Creality 3D 24V Axial Flow Cooling Fan 24V 7000r/min L1400mm without Terminal for Ender-3 V2 3D… $12. Installation of Z-axis limit switch kit and Z-axis profiles 7 2. Select the Ender series and then the Ender 3 v2. Mainboard On the Ender 3 (Pro and V2), 230°C up to 240°C seems to be the sweet spot not just in terms of detail, but also bridging and overhang quality as well as preventing unwanted artifacts. People were blown away by the production quality the Creality Ender 3 v2 has with their prints. It allows for easier movement of the stepper motors from a single screen. 96/5. Ender 3 V2 Raspberry Pi Enclosure. This makes the device stiff and sturdy resulting in stable performance. The integrated copper nozzle can achieve better heat resistance and faster material melting speed. Smart filament sensor and resume printing. Though this guide is specific to the Ender 3, the procedures shown here are the same for any printer during first commissioning. 00 USD. Select the Ender 3. I have the hotend cooling fan running directly off Vin, I’m not using the “CNC fan” feature and didn’t enable it in the firmware. 5 for the Ender 3, it's linked in the card here. Creality BL Touch V3. The Ender 3 V2 is very similar to its predecessor, but its main improvements are the implementation of a new 32-bit motherboard and the integration of the silent motor controller TMC2208, in addition The Ender 3 runs on 24V, but our fans are only rated for 12V. Changes to the original Marlin 2. For the Ender 3 and PLA that would be 75-100% Next send M303 H1 S210 to start the heater tuning process for the hot end. The filament is fed by Creality’s stock extruder, complete with the opening precariously close to the lead screw. I tried to port the old settings as well as I could. Updated mainboard with silent TMC2208 stepper drivers: Compared to the Ender 3 and ender 3 pro, a V2 design that delivers users out-of-the-box experience and silence-oriented upgrades (quieter 3D printers). And integrated all-metal body inherited from its predecessor Ender-3, firm and stable. Mounting a camera to your Ender 3  Aug 8, 2017 We'll cover tips for temperature, cooling fan speed, retraction and more. 0) from BangGood at a much cheaper price, but shipping can take a little longer. Safe power supply: Ender-3V2 has a UL-certified power supply that protects the printer from accidental power surges that can heat the hot bed to 110°C within 5 minutes. wikipedia. You likely aren't using the exact same fan, so here's the same case for the 30mm fan. The maximum nozzle temperature is increased from 260°C to 300°C, with a high power fan, excellent heat dissipation, and smooth extruding. en. We still recommend that you read through the User Manual before starting assembly and use. When the print head  It could be a bearing failing or an imbalance due to a damaged fan blade. (Note: V2.

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