Creality Launches Ender-3 V3 CoreXZ 3D Printer

The Creality Ender-3 V3 has officially launched. True to our coverage of the machine’s initial reveal during Creality’s “Brand Carnival” event in September of last year, the machine touts speed and stability as its primary USPs.

By leveraging a bedslinging CoreXZ motion system, Creality says the Ender-3 V3 can work as quickly as 600 mm/s, with acceleration of up to 20,000 mm/s². A metal build with “integrated” die-cast parts helps drive stability, and thus maintain the machine’s claimed speeds.

The Ender-3 V3 also arrives with automatic XZ belt tensioning, a quick-swap tri-metal nozzle, a direct extruder, and a 60 W ceramic hot end heater that is said to “fully melt ABS, PETG, and other high-temp filaments”.

Two fans on the Ender-3 V3’s print head work to quickly and efficiently cool freshly extruded material, while several automatic calibration features – “one-tap” calibration, Z offset and leveling, and an input shaping test function – aim to boost overall print quality.

Users control the machine via a 4.3-inch HD color touchscreen. It runs on the Klipper-based CrealityOS, which Creality says will be open-source “soon”. There’s no word on when “soon” is, but it’s a big announcement regardless – and one that is surprisingly quiet, taking the form of a literal footnote on the Ender-3 V3’s product page.

The Creality Ender-3 V3 is available now on Creality’s website for $389, where you can also find full specs. The first 100 units will ship “in 3 days”, with all other orders shipping by March 8.