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  • The best value just got better: The Ender-3 V2 has the same 220 x 220 x 250 mm build volume as its predecessor, that's more reliable and easier to use, making it one of the best beginner 3d printers of 2020.
  • Enhanced Durability and all-metal frame provide the extra rigidity you need for consistently great prints.
  • Upgraded power supply: Equipped with a new Meanwell power supply that delivers stable and consistent power for the best performance.
  • Simple & Clear UI: redesigned for a better out of box experience.
  • Resources: Ender-3 V2 Assembly Guide: https://bit.ly/3h1mjB9; Ender-3 V2 Unboxing and Setup Video: https://bit.ly/2Whvh5I; How to Level Your Ender-3 V2's Print Bed: https://bit.ly/2DWRNKy

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Why Choose SainSmart: Founded in 2011, SainSmart is a trusted vendor of Creality 3D Printers, we offers one-year manufacturer warranty from the date of purchase on all our printers. In addition to that, we also put emphasis on quality control, and have an excellent support team that is professional and patient, they are always ready to help you in your 3D Printing journey. Specification: Printing Technology: FDM Build Volume: 220 x 220 x 250 mm (8.7” x 8.7” x 9.8”) Compatible Filaments: 1.75 mm PLA, ABS, PETG, TPU Heated Bed Temperature: ≤ 100°C Layer Thickness: 0.1-0.4 mm Stock Nozzle Diameter: 0.4 mm Nozzle Temperature: ≤ 250°C Print Speed: ≤ 180 mm/s, 30-60 mm/s typically XY Axis Precision: ± 0.1 mm Number of Nozzles: 1 Compatible Formats: .stl/.obj/.amf Connectivity: SD card or cloud printing Operating System: MAC/Linux/Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 Power Supply: Rated Voltage 115/230V; Output: 24V Rated Power: 350W Machine Net Weight: 7.8 kg (17 lbs) Ender-3 V2 Resources: Ender-3 V2 Assembly Guide: https://bit.ly/3h1mjB9 Ender-3 V2 Unboxing and Setup Video: https://bit.ly/2Whvh5I How to Level Your Ender-3 V2's Print Bed:https://bit.ly/2DWRNKy SainSmart Ender 3 V2 3D Printer - Quick Start Guide:https://bit.ly/31egsmY


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Features

  • The best value just got better: The Ender-3 V2 has the same 220 x 220 x 250 mm build volume as its predecessor, that's more reliable and easier to use, making it one of the best beginner 3d printers of 2020.
  • Enhanced Durability and all-metal frame provide the extra rigidity you need for consistently great prints.
  • Upgraded power supply: Equipped with a new Meanwell power supply that delivers stable and consistent power for the best performance.
  • Simple & Clear UI: redesigned for a better out of box experience.
  • Resources: Ender-3 V2 Assembly Guide: https://bit.ly/3h1mjB9; Ender-3 V2 Unboxing and Setup Video: https://bit.ly/2Whvh5I; How to Level Your Ender-3 V2's Print Bed: https://bit.ly/2DWRNKy

Description

Why Choose SainSmart: Founded in 2011, SainSmart is a trusted vendor of Creality 3D Printers, we offers one-year manufacturer warranty from the date of purchase on all our printers. In addition to that, we also put emphasis on quality control, and have an excellent support team that is professional and patient, they are always ready to help you in your 3D Printing journey. Specification: Printing Technology: FDM Build Volume: 220 x 220 x 250 mm (8.7” x 8.7” x 9.8”) Compatible Filaments: 1.75 mm PLA, ABS, PETG, TPU Heated Bed Temperature: ≤ 100°C Layer Thickness: 0.1-0.4 mm Stock Nozzle Diameter: 0.4 mm Nozzle Temperature: ≤ 250°C Print Speed: ≤ 180 mm/s, 30-60 mm/s typically XY Axis Precision: ± 0.1 mm Number of Nozzles: 1 Compatible Formats: .stl/.obj/.amf Connectivity: SD card or cloud printing Operating System: MAC/Linux/Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 Power Supply: Rated Voltage 115/230V; Output: 24V Rated Power: 350W Machine Net Weight: 7.8 kg (17 lbs) Ender-3 V2 Resources: Ender-3 V2 Assembly Guide: https://bit.ly/3h1mjB9 Ender-3 V2 Unboxing and Setup Video: https://bit.ly/2Whvh5I How to Level Your Ender-3 V2's Print Bed:https://bit.ly/2DWRNKy SainSmart Ender 3 V2 3D Printer - Quick Start Guide:https://bit.ly/31egsmY


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Features

  • The best value just got better: The Ender-3 V2 has the same 220 x 220 x 250 mm build volume as its predecessor, that's more reliable and easier to use, making it one of the best beginner 3d printers of 2020.
  • Enhanced Durability and all-metal frame provide the extra rigidity you need for consistently great prints.
  • Upgraded power supply: Equipped with a new Meanwell power supply that delivers stable and consistent power for the best performance.
  • Simple & Clear UI: redesigned for a better out of box experience.
  • Resources: Ender-3 V2 Assembly Guide: https://bit.ly/3h1mjB9; Ender-3 V2 Unboxing and Setup Video: https://bit.ly/2Whvh5I; How to Level Your Ender-3 V2's Print Bed: https://bit.ly/2DWRNKy

Description

Why Choose SainSmart: Founded in 2011, SainSmart is a trusted vendor of Creality 3D Printers, we offers one-year manufacturer warranty from the date of purchase on all our printers. In addition to that, we also put emphasis on quality control, and have an excellent support team that is professional and patient, they are always ready to help you in your 3D Printing journey. Specification: Printing Technology: FDM Build Volume: 220 x 220 x 250 mm (8.7” x 8.7” x 9.8”) Compatible Filaments: 1.75 mm PLA, ABS, PETG, TPU Heated Bed Temperature: ≤ 100°C Layer Thickness: 0.1-0.4 mm Stock Nozzle Diameter: 0.4 mm Nozzle Temperature: ≤ 250°C Print Speed: ≤ 180 mm/s, 30-60 mm/s typically XY Axis Precision: ± 0.1 mm Number of Nozzles: 1 Compatible Formats: .stl/.obj/.amf Connectivity: SD card or cloud printing Operating System: MAC/Linux/Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 Power Supply: Rated Voltage 115/230V; Output: 24V Rated Power: 350W Machine Net Weight: 7.8 kg (17 lbs) Ender-3 V2 Resources: Ender-3 V2 Assembly Guide: https://bit.ly/3h1mjB9 Ender-3 V2 Unboxing and Setup Video: https://bit.ly/2Whvh5I How to Level Your Ender-3 V2's Print Bed:https://bit.ly/2DWRNKy SainSmart Ender 3 V2 3D Printer - Quick Start Guide:https://bit.ly/31egsmY


abunda_amazon_reviews There are some nice improvements on the Ender-3 V2, some of them weren't even advertised. For example, it has a 32 bit board which is a pretty substantial upgrade. It uses the same 72 Mhz processor as the SKR Mini E3 V2, and just slightly worse silent drivers (TMC2208). It also has a certified MeanWell Power Supply, which is a great deal better than the cheap China units. However, they missed the mark in some strange ways. It still uses awful compression springs that need to be replaced. It still has a plastic extruder that will break after a few months. It still uses a single lead screw design. These things would have cost them very little to fix, but instead they left that to the customer. Overall, it IS a better 3D Printer than the original Ender-3, but I don't believe it's worth the $300 price tag. Most of the new features are Thingiverse designs made by their customers, they just copied these and injection molded them for mass production.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2020;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;They forgot to improve things that actually matter...;;AKnight;;;So I am going to start out by saying I am not your normal person shopping for a ender 3. this is my 5th 3d printer. I really saw this new machine as a starting point to see what all the hype was about. I ordered the machine and it actually came in faster than expected. Was very well packed and nothing was broken. And really the thing that drove me to actually come write a post and review the machine in general was just the details and refinement I see. Even for a cheap entry level printer I was seriously blown away with some of the details. And the one in particular was the bed. I was putting it together and noticed the bed had a little wobble to it. Was really worried that it was going to have an issue. But was happy to discover they actually make 2 of the wheel mounting points under the bed adjustable. This is a feature and detail you just do not see across all the entry level devices. Put it together plugged it in and hit print it just works. At this price point I was shocked to see the quality of the print with no tweaking. I am really looking forward to seeing how good this little machine can do after a few weeks with the community of 3d makers. I think this is a worthy addition to my growing stable of printers. So while this may not become my go to everyday printer. I love spreading the joy of 3d printing. I now feel confident having one and having printed with it. This will be the machine when I am asked where do I start I will refer people to. And really like the support I get with a company like sainsmart to back up the ender machine is a great deal.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Who knew the fanbois got one right?;;Majarspeed;;;This printer has the potential to be so much better if they would just pay a little more attention to quality at the factory. Let me start by saying the product once assembled, leveled and functioning is a great little printer. It is easy to use once you get used to it's quirks you can print most things well if you have highquality filament and the speed isn't half bad considering the price. I purchased this printer assuming it was mostly assembled. It's not a difficult build, but the assembly instructions and video (contained on the thumb drive), gloss over a lot and I mean a lot of steps that are actually very important if you want this thing to work properly. If you follow the video step by step exactly as shown, you'll end up with bad leveling, a tray that doesn't zero out on the y axis properly and an x axis that sags about 20mm on one side. If this is your first 3D printer you won't even know to notice these things and when you go to manually level the bed, or even autohome, the nozzle will commit suicide by kamikazing the print bed and gouging off the "non-stick" coating. At least that's what happened to me. Once you resolve these issues you need to find something to test print. One would assume that you could just use the gcode files for cat, dog & pig as is. But the fact of the matter is the cheap as crap PLA they ship with it tends to either break or clog the nozzle depending on how you tighten the bowden feeder's grip screw. Finding the perfect balance is all but impossible. Save yourself the headache and buy some quality PLA to go with it. Ok so in the end I sent mine back and got a new one. Same problems as before, but since I knew the nozzle would immediately suicide itself on the plate and since I knew about the drooping x axis, I was able to make adjustments to my build that took care of these problems. Still, the y axis does not want to zero when the thing is both heated and level. This is because the bed does not have enough clearance once leveled to clear the y axis stepper motor. I realized this ahead to late to save my belt, but was able to make some adjustments to the bed height with a little DIY and some good ol' fashioned trig. So my final word is this. Get this if you want a good quality cheap 3D FDM and don't mind spending about 6 hours tinkering with to ensure it's perfect before printing the first time. Subsequent prints take about 30 mins of calibration prep time per print. Keep a glue stick handy as well because nothing will stick to the non-stick surface without it. I also recommend picking up a quality feeler gauge because leveling this thing with a piece of "a4" paper ain't happening. A feeler gauge will ensure a quality print every time. All in all it's a tinkerer's dream. If you love to fuss and fiddle with your machinery before every single print, then this is the printer for you. If you want a printer that "just works", try something else.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2020;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Too many quality control issues, and too little instructio;;Kindle Customer;;;This is actually my second machine. I love it so much more than my first. I am NOT a tech person at all, so a friend put this together for me and installed the software. I am finding that this machine is a lot easier to use than what I originally thought. I'm so glad I made the change. The only downfall was issues I have with changing the filament. I ordered a different part to make it easier and I am waiting for that to be installed for me. I would highly recommend this machine over a Sculpto or Polaroid, which are supposed to be geared towards beginners.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great starter machine;;Cyndi Jean Gass;;;The printer is easy to assemble and has many features not found on previous versions. Performance was good right out of the box, but you can find tuned profiles for Ender printers online to improve the output of various slicer programs. Many, many YouTube videos will help you get started and there are free programs available online for use in both designing your own 3D models as well as preparing them for printing.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent Improvement over previous models;;D. Forvendel;;;I have quite a few printers (30+) and that includes an ender. So I decided to give this ender-3 v2 a shot. I am extremely happy with the quality and the multiple upgrades it has. The structure is super solid and the lcd screen is easy to see and navigate. I love the belt tensioners!!!!! I was able to build it and get printing in under an hour. For the price this printer is a must have!!!!!;;Reviewed in the United States on August 10, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Solid printer that prints amazing!!!;;Brain3D;;;Setup was seamless. Pretty good instructions. I chose high quality prints and got great results right off the bat.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;ready, set , print!;;Eric K.

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By AKnight - Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2020
They forgot to improve things that actually matter...
There are some nice improvements on the Ender-3 V2, some of them weren't even advertised. For example, it has a 32 bit board which is a pretty substantial upgrade. It uses the same 72 Mhz processor as the SKR Mini E3 V2, and just slightly worse silent drivers (TMC2208). It also has a certified MeanWell Power Supply, which is a great deal better than the cheap China units. However, they missed the mark in some strange ways. It still uses awful compression springs that need to be replaced. It still has a plastic extruder that will break after a few months. It still uses a single lead screw design. These things would have cost them very little to fix, but instead they left that to the customer. Overall, it IS a better 3D Printer than the original Ender-3, but I don't believe it's worth the $300 price tag. Most of the new features are Thingiverse designs made by their customers, they just copied these and injection molded them for mass production.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Majarspeed - Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2020
Who knew the fanbois got one right?
So I am going to start out by saying I am not your normal person shopping for a ender 3. this is my 5th 3d printer. I really saw this new machine as a starting point to see what all the hype was about. I ordered the machine and it actually came in faster than expected. Was very well packed and nothing was broken. And really the thing that drove me to actually come write a post and review the machine in general was just the details and refinement I see. Even for a cheap entry level printer I was seriously blown away with some of the details. And the one in particular was the bed. I was putting it together and noticed the bed had a little wobble to it. Was really worried that it was going to have an issue. But was happy to discover they actually make 2 of the wheel mounting points under the bed adjustable. This is a feature and detail you just do not see across all the entry level devices. Put it together plugged it in and hit print it just works. At this price point I was shocked to see the quality of the print with no tweaking. I am really looking forward to seeing how good this little machine can do after a few weeks with the community of 3d makers. I think this is a worthy addition to my growing stable of printers. So while this may not become my go to everyday printer. I love spreading the joy of 3d printing. I now feel confident having one and having printed with it. This will be the machine when I am asked where do I start I will refer people to. And really like the support I get with a company like sainsmart to back up the ender machine is a great deal.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer - Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2020
Too many quality control issues, and too little instructio
This printer has the potential to be so much better if they would just pay a little more attention to quality at the factory. Let me start by saying the product once assembled, leveled and functioning is a great little printer. It is easy to use once you get used to it's quirks you can print most things well if you have highquality filament and the speed isn't half bad considering the price. I purchased this printer assuming it was mostly assembled. It's not a difficult build, but the assembly instructions and video (contained on the thumb drive), gloss over a lot and I mean a lot of steps that are actually very important if you want this thing to work properly. If you follow the video step by step exactly as shown, you'll end up with bad leveling, a tray that doesn't zero out on the y axis properly and an x axis that sags about 20mm on one side. If this is your first 3D printer you won't even know to notice these things and when you go to manually level the bed, or even autohome, the nozzle will commit suicide by kamikazing the print bed and gouging off the "non-stick" coating. At least that's what happened to me. Once you resolve these issues you need to find something to test print. One would assume that you could just use the gcode files for cat, dog & pig as is. But the fact of the matter is the cheap as crap PLA they ship with it tends to either break or clog the nozzle depending on how you tighten the bowden feeder's grip screw. Finding the perfect balance is all but impossible. Save yourself the headache and buy some quality PLA to go with it. Ok so in the end I sent mine back and got a new one. Same problems as before, but since I knew the nozzle would immediately suicide itself on the plate and since I knew about the drooping x axis, I was able to make adjustments to my build that took care of these problems. Still, the y axis does not want to zero when the thing is both heated and level. This is because the bed does not have enough clearance once leveled to clear the y axis stepper motor. I realized this ahead to late to save my belt, but was able to make some adjustments to the bed height with a little DIY and some good ol' fashioned trig. So my final word is this. Get this if you want a good quality cheap 3D FDM and don't mind spending about 6 hours tinkering with to ensure it's perfect before printing the first time. Subsequent prints take about 30 mins of calibration prep time per print. Keep a glue stick handy as well because nothing will stick to the non-stick surface without it. I also recommend picking up a quality feeler gauge because leveling this thing with a piece of "a4" paper ain't happening. A feeler gauge will ensure a quality print every time. All in all it's a tinkerer's dream. If you love to fuss and fiddle with your machinery before every single print, then this is the printer for you. If you want a printer that "just works", try something else.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Cyndi Jean Gass - Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2020
Great starter machine
This is actually my second machine. I love it so much more than my first. I am NOT a tech person at all, so a friend put this together for me and installed the software. I am finding that this machine is a lot easier to use than what I originally thought. I'm so glad I made the change. The only downfall was issues I have with changing the filament. I ordered a different part to make it easier and I am waiting for that to be installed for me. I would highly recommend this machine over a Sculpto or Polaroid, which are supposed to be geared towards beginners.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By D. Forvendel - Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2020
Excellent Improvement over previous models
The printer is easy to assemble and has many features not found on previous versions. Performance was good right out of the box, but you can find tuned profiles for Ender printers online to improve the output of various slicer programs. Many, many YouTube videos will help you get started and there are free programs available online for use in both designing your own 3D models as well as preparing them for printing.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Brain3D - Reviewed in the United States on August 10, 2020
Solid printer that prints amazing!!!
I have quite a few printers (30+) and that includes an ender. So I decided to give this ender-3 v2 a shot. I am extremely happy with the quality and the multiple upgrades it has. The structure is super solid and the lcd screen is easy to see and navigate. I love the belt tensioners!!!!! I was able to build it and get printing in under an hour. For the price this printer is a must have!!!!!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Eric K. - Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2020
ready, set , print!
Setup was seamless. Pretty good instructions. I chose high quality prints and got great results right off the bat.

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By AKnight - Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2020
They forgot to improve things that actually matter...
There are some nice improvements on the Ender-3 V2, some of them weren't even advertised. For example, it has a 32 bit board which is a pretty substantial upgrade. It uses the same 72 Mhz processor as the SKR Mini E3 V2, and just slightly worse silent drivers (TMC2208). It also has a certified MeanWell Power Supply, which is a great deal better than the cheap China units. However, they missed the mark in some strange ways. It still uses awful compression springs that need to be replaced. It still has a plastic extruder that will break after a few months. It still uses a single lead screw design. These things would have cost them very little to fix, but instead they left that to the customer. Overall, it IS a better 3D Printer than the original Ender-3, but I don't believe it's worth the $300 price tag. Most of the new features are Thingiverse designs made by their customers, they just copied these and injection molded them for mass production.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Majarspeed - Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2020
Who knew the fanbois got one right?
So I am going to start out by saying I am not your normal person shopping for a ender 3. this is my 5th 3d printer. I really saw this new machine as a starting point to see what all the hype was about. I ordered the machine and it actually came in faster than expected. Was very well packed and nothing was broken. And really the thing that drove me to actually come write a post and review the machine in general was just the details and refinement I see. Even for a cheap entry level printer I was seriously blown away with some of the details. And the one in particular was the bed. I was putting it together and noticed the bed had a little wobble to it. Was really worried that it was going to have an issue. But was happy to discover they actually make 2 of the wheel mounting points under the bed adjustable. This is a feature and detail you just do not see across all the entry level devices. Put it together plugged it in and hit print it just works. At this price point I was shocked to see the quality of the print with no tweaking. I am really looking forward to seeing how good this little machine can do after a few weeks with the community of 3d makers. I think this is a worthy addition to my growing stable of printers. So while this may not become my go to everyday printer. I love spreading the joy of 3d printing. I now feel confident having one and having printed with it. This will be the machine when I am asked where do I start I will refer people to. And really like the support I get with a company like sainsmart to back up the ender machine is a great deal.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer - Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2020
Too many quality control issues, and too little instructio
This printer has the potential to be so much better if they would just pay a little more attention to quality at the factory. Let me start by saying the product once assembled, leveled and functioning is a great little printer. It is easy to use once you get used to it's quirks you can print most things well if you have highquality filament and the speed isn't half bad considering the price. I purchased this printer assuming it was mostly assembled. It's not a difficult build, but the assembly instructions and video (contained on the thumb drive), gloss over a lot and I mean a lot of steps that are actually very important if you want this thing to work properly. If you follow the video step by step exactly as shown, you'll end up with bad leveling, a tray that doesn't zero out on the y axis properly and an x axis that sags about 20mm on one side. If this is your first 3D printer you won't even know to notice these things and when you go to manually level the bed, or even autohome, the nozzle will commit suicide by kamikazing the print bed and gouging off the "non-stick" coating. At least that's what happened to me. Once you resolve these issues you need to find something to test print. One would assume that you could just use the gcode files for cat, dog & pig as is. But the fact of the matter is the cheap as crap PLA they ship with it tends to either break or clog the nozzle depending on how you tighten the bowden feeder's grip screw. Finding the perfect balance is all but impossible. Save yourself the headache and buy some quality PLA to go with it. Ok so in the end I sent mine back and got a new one. Same problems as before, but since I knew the nozzle would immediately suicide itself on the plate and since I knew about the drooping x axis, I was able to make adjustments to my build that took care of these problems. Still, the y axis does not want to zero when the thing is both heated and level. This is because the bed does not have enough clearance once leveled to clear the y axis stepper motor. I realized this ahead to late to save my belt, but was able to make some adjustments to the bed height with a little DIY and some good ol' fashioned trig. So my final word is this. Get this if you want a good quality cheap 3D FDM and don't mind spending about 6 hours tinkering with to ensure it's perfect before printing the first time. Subsequent prints take about 30 mins of calibration prep time per print. Keep a glue stick handy as well because nothing will stick to the non-stick surface without it. I also recommend picking up a quality feeler gauge because leveling this thing with a piece of "a4" paper ain't happening. A feeler gauge will ensure a quality print every time. All in all it's a tinkerer's dream. If you love to fuss and fiddle with your machinery before every single print, then this is the printer for you. If you want a printer that "just works", try something else.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Cyndi Jean Gass - Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2020
Great starter machine
This is actually my second machine. I love it so much more than my first. I am NOT a tech person at all, so a friend put this together for me and installed the software. I am finding that this machine is a lot easier to use than what I originally thought. I'm so glad I made the change. The only downfall was issues I have with changing the filament. I ordered a different part to make it easier and I am waiting for that to be installed for me. I would highly recommend this machine over a Sculpto or Polaroid, which are supposed to be geared towards beginners.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By D. Forvendel - Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2020
Excellent Improvement over previous models
The printer is easy to assemble and has many features not found on previous versions. Performance was good right out of the box, but you can find tuned profiles for Ender printers online to improve the output of various slicer programs. Many, many YouTube videos will help you get started and there are free programs available online for use in both designing your own 3D models as well as preparing them for printing.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Brain3D - Reviewed in the United States on August 10, 2020
Solid printer that prints amazing!!!
I have quite a few printers (30+) and that includes an ender. So I decided to give this ender-3 v2 a shot. I am extremely happy with the quality and the multiple upgrades it has. The structure is super solid and the lcd screen is easy to see and navigate. I love the belt tensioners!!!!! I was able to build it and get printing in under an hour. For the price this printer is a must have!!!!!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Eric K. - Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2020
ready, set , print!
Setup was seamless. Pretty good instructions. I chose high quality prints and got great results right off the bat.