Built with new and advanced features, the YoraHome Creality Ender-3 V2 3D Printer is the upgraded version of the legendary Yora Creality Ender 3.
Easy to assemble.
Firm and stable modular design.
Re-designed 32 bit motherboard features 2208 trinamic stepper drivers, offering higher resolution and a much quieter printing experience.
The only thing you'll hear while printing are the fans.
Brand New X-Y Axis Tensioner: Adjusting the belt tension in a quick and more convenient way.
V-Guide Rail: Pulley with stable movement, low noise, good resistance and longer life.
Powerful Drive Motor
Convenient Leveling Nut
When electricity is lost, prints can be resumed from the last layer.
Brand New UI: 4.3 inch color screen with a newly designed and easy to use operation UI system.
Smart Add-ons: With the new tool box integrated into the machine body, it is more convenient and quicker for tool organization and storage.
Carborundum Glass Bed: Better adhesion and easy to remove prints.
Effortless Filament Feed-in: Rotary knob added on the extruder that makes it easier to load and feed filament.
Home, Kitchen, Gadgets, etc.
To protect your filaments and prevent them from absorbing dust or water that will affect your prints quality.
1x Air Pump
10x Vacuum Bag
2x Sealing Clip
15x Humidity Indicator Card
To replace or fix a nozzle, repair thin wires or screws and achieve consistent great outputs.
5x 0.4 mm Extruders Brass Nozzles
10x 0.4 mm Stainless Steel Needles
1x Straight Non-magnetic Tweezer
1x Curved Non-magnetic Tweezer
1x Stainless Steel Wire Brush
1x Brass Wire Brush
Training videos taught by our master instructor that will give the information you need to enjoy your 3D printing experience with YoraHome:
1. How to start your first basic 3D printing
2. How to create a tool holder (advanced project)
3. How to choose and change your filaments
4. How to maintain your 3D-printer (tips and tricks)
Our Facebook group dedicated to supporting and collaborating with YoraHome CNC users has rapidly grown to more than 5K members. Customers worldwide come to learn, share their unique projects, and provide immense value to new users. It is the best and most supportive group in the CNC industry today.
We also have a CNC forum to organize better our topics discussions which is a platform outside Facebook to connect freely with other CNC users.
And last but not least, our Buddy program, where you can find a local maker who owns the same YoraHome machine you're looking at, can answer your questions and give you real hands-on with the technology.
Modeling Technology: Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM）
Machine size: 440x410x465 mm | Printing Size: 220x220x250 mm
Max travelling speed: 180 mm/s | Precision: ±0.1 mm
Input: AC 100-265V 50-60Hz | Output: DC 24V, 15A, 360W
Layer Thickness: 0.1-0.4mm. | Nozzle Diameter: 0.4 mm
Filament: 1.75 mm PLA, TPU, ABS, PETG
Working mode: online or SD offline
File formats: .stl, .obj, .mpt, .mpf, .nc
Operating Systems: Windows, Mac, Linux
1x Ender-3 V2 3D Printer (with full set of components)
1x Filament Storage Kit
1x 3D Printer Nozzles Maintenance Kit
1x 3D Printing Video Series
3D Printing is what is known as an "additive manufacturing process"; where the CNC Router removes material to create your design, the 3D printer adds material to build your design.
The 3D printer melts a filament at a temperature of around 200 deg C and dispenses the molten material through a nozzle in layers, building up the desired design. As the material cools, your design hardens and becomes a reality!
The possibilities for a 3D printer are as broad as your imagination - you can print personalized ornaments, toys, trinkets, repair parts for other devices, and even a 3D Printer to expand your capabilities (OK, really just most of a 3D printer, as you'll need to provide the electronic components).
To get a look at the sorts of items that can be printed, check out a website such as Thingiverse to get some ideas - or you can use a CAD program to design your projects as well.
Not at all. There is a little bit of learning involved to get started with the software. Once you have that, it simply loads the design into the slicer software, then sends the file to the machine, and be captivated as it builds your design right before your eyes.
The most common filament is known as PLA.
PLA, also known as Polylactic Acid or Polylactide, is a thermoplastic made from renewable resources such as corn starch, tapioca roots, or sugar cane, unlike other industrial materials made primarily from petroleum.
This filament is one of the most versatile and readily available and has been proven effective in 3D printing.
Quality filament has a significant shelf life and can be preserved using a dryer and proper storage - this will provide optimum performance from your 3D printer.
In testing, the Ender-3 V2 uses a peak power of approximately 275W, with an average power of approximately 125W - the equivalent of running a couple of incandescent light bulbs.
No special power requirements are needed for a 3D printer.
This will be entirely dependent on the design being printed.
A simple design about one cubic inch in size may be able to print in a matter of minutes, while a large, complex design could run over several days!
At the beginning of the COVID pandemic, we used our machines at YoraHome to print face shield frames for local healthcare professionals - a "batch" of 4 frames would print in approximately 4 hours.
Yes! Printing custom ornaments, repairing parts for standard devices, or personalized gifts are just some items you could print and sell.
We certainly think so! A 3D Printer can open many creative possibilities for you to explore. Making gifts for friends and family, or even starting a small business to sell your creations online.
A 3D printer is designed to "build" a design using filament, creating a structure where one did not exist.
A laser cutter is designed to cut or engrave into an existing substrate, creating a design on raw materials.
The most crucial factor in purchasing a 3D Printer is your intended usage, primarily the size of items you would like to print, so you will want to ensure that your machine will have the building capacity to accommodate your projects.
Another critical factor in purchasing is the post-sales support offered - YoraHome provides multiple support options for our customers, and we want to ensure that you are successful with your new machine. Beware of sellers that don't offer support beyond an email "black hole"!
We understand there are many 3D Printer vendors on the market - many of which may carry the same machines.
This is why we have worked to make the Ender-3 V2 the best deal on the market by including items that are usually added for extra cost:
All this and more is what makes the Ender-3 V2 from YoraHome the best deals on the market!
We are out developing new upgrades and some of the most unique products in the world – and we back it up with our unbeatable 40 Day Guarantee.
If you don’t have a happy experience, we will do whatever it takes to make sure you are 100% satisfied with your purchase. Feel free to contact us for any assistance you might need.
YoraHome warrants its CO2 and Fiber Laser Engravers against defects in materials or workmanship for two (2) years from the original date of receipt.
CNC routers, diode laser engravers, drawing/writing robots, and 3D printers are warranted for one (1) year. More details here.
The support we offer is second to none – users rave about how we don’t rest until every issue is solved to their satisfaction.
We love our customers.
We offer support via email, chat, phone, video conferencing, our rich knowledge base, and our excellent Facebook group and CNC forum.
This is a lot of fun. My wife set up the machine and was up and running in less than 2 hours. YoraHome machines and accessories are fantastic, and the support you get is beyond fantastic. We are very happy to be part of the YoraHome family.