Review of Creality Ender 3 V2 3D printer - unboxing, assembly, bed leveling, first prints

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Time for new product review: Creality Ender 3 V2, the upgraded version of the most popular 3D printer in the world.
Specifications of this 3D printer can be found on Banggood website (affiliate link):
You can find in this video unboxing, assembly instructions, which follows steps in user manual, except there are 3-4 important steps, which are not included in this manual (like test V-slot and wheels, before first homing test distance between Z home of nozzle and bed.. ) I measured the power consumption (in kWh) for some test prints, only few examples are mentioned here, but more about this in future videos. I started test prints with provided PLA, but then I printed some objects from PETG and ASA (and failed ABS, since I don't have enclosure for this printer yet.). I explained the bed leveling process with included 2D sketch, but principle is similar in 3D. More videos comming soon related with the best 3D printer under 300$ - the Creality Ender 3 V2. And as I mentioned, ads during video are disabled.

0:00 Introduction
1:03 Specifications
3:07 Unboxing
5:48 Content of SD card
6:44 Assembly
23:34 Bed leveling
25:22 Bed leveling theory explained in 2D
28:35 Prehead, inserting filament
29:51 First printing
34:05 Creality Slicer installation first use
34:54 Preparing Prusa Slicer for Ender 3
35:15 Printing Calibration Cube(s)
36:48 Printing Benchy
37:24 PETG printing on E3V2
38:53 ASA test print (after failed ABS)
48:15 Conclusions

PLA: Nozzle 200-210°C, bed 60°C (textured glass needs bigger temp, object pop-off after cooling)
PETG: Nozzle: 235-240°C, bed: 75°C
ASA: Nozzle: 240°C, printing bed: 110°C, added brim, fan off

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