The 3D printer that gave Creality the exposure it needed to be recognised as a manufacturer, the Ender 3 v2. One of the cheapest, most-modded, most-abused, most loved, most hated, most reputable machines to date. There’s no doubt you’ve heard about the Ender 3 and within good reason. back when 3D printers were known as hobbyist printers, priced for the higher-end consumer, out came the Ender 3 which came in at under $400 Australian. This opened up the market to newcomers who wanted to dabble in 3D printing as well as the creation of the Ender 3 modding community

At 3D Printer Gear we recognised that the Ender 3 is the perfect beginner’s printer for somebody who wants to learn and experiment with 3D printing. Utilising the right slicer profile, the Ender 3 3D Printer can produce outstanding print quality from such a machine. It will keep you busy for days, months and years by printing your own mods and making it truly unique.


  • Build Volume: 220mm x 200mm x 250mm
  • Smart filament runout sensor
  • Automatic print resume on power failure
  • Prints perfectly in PLA and PETG with the option of printing in ABS, ASA, PC and TPU using an all-metal hotend (upgrade)
  • A huge range of upgrades, modifications and custom hotends available.