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Ender-3 Max NEO 3D Printer | 300*300*320mm



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More Creative with Larger Build Volume

The 300*300*320 mm build volume enables large model printing and small parts printing at a time, vastly improving the efficiency and offering more creation possibilities.


Ultra-stable with Dual Z-axes

Perfect coordination among dual Z-axes, timing belt and dual motors guarantees the stability and higher printing precision.


CR Touch Frees You From Leveling

CR Touch auto-leveling improves the efficiency by automatically measuring and adjusting the 25-point print height on the heat bed, making leveling much easier.


3 Steps Assembly, Start Printing Now

Preassembly has solved those hassles and worries of parts assembly. Start your print with just 3 steps.


Knob to Experience Something New

The 4.3-inch color knob screen that will dim out in 4 minutes without operation is an energy saver. Optimized with icons, the UI is more vivid.


Get Rid of Noisiness

Equipped with a 32-bit silent mainboard, the noise exposure is lower than 50dB. Enjoy cozy printing and have fun.


Quality Power Supply Values Your Safety

The 350W high-quality built-in power supply is more secure and reliable, improving the stability and the sense of integration.


Smooth Feeding with Full-metal Extruder

The full-metal Bowden extruder is more durable and has greater extrusion force. Say "No" to materials that are prone to cracking! Assisted by gears, filaments' loading and withdrawal is not a problem.


Ender 3 Max NEO Descriptions:

 More Creative with Larger Build Volume
 Ultra-stable with Dual Z-axes
 CR Touch Frees You From Leveling
 3 Steps Assembly, Start Printing Now
 Knob to Experience Something New
 Get Rid of Noisiness
 Quality Power Supply Values Your Safety
 Smooth Feeding with Full-metal Extruder
 Worry-free Experience with Double Protection
Ender-3 Max NEO 3D Printer:
Molding Technology: FDM
Machine size: 516*582*590mm
Build Volume: 300*300*320mm
Package Dimension: 665*555*290mm
Net Weight: 10.3kg
Gross Weight: 13.5kg
Printing Speed: ≤120 mm/s
Printing Precison: ±0.1mm
Layer Height: 0.05~0.35mm
Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
Nozzle Quantity: 1
Nozzle Diameter: 0.4 mm (standard)
Nozzle Temperature: up to 260℃
Heat Bed Temperature: up to 110°C
Build Surface: Carborundum Glass
Extruder: Bowden Extruder
Extruder Material: Full-metal
Leveling Mode: CR Touch Auto-leveling
Display: 4.3'' Color Knob Screen
Mainboard: 32-bit Silent Mainboard
Resume Printing: Yes
Filament Sensor:Yes
Rated Voltage: 100-120V~, 200-240V~, 50/60Hz
Rated Power: 350W
Slicing Software: Creality Slicer/Cura/Repetier-Host/Simplify3D
Data Transmission Method: Micro USB/TF Card
3D File Format: STL/OBJ/AMF
Supported Filament: PLA/ABS/PETG/Wood
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Keith Yu
Only had the printer for a month and printed some parts successfully. Many beginner failed prints due to bad leveling, Z offset, extruder not extruding in middle of print. Setting a hotter temperature, 207 degrees for PLA worked better where I am for the 1st layer to stick and for continuous printing . Once that first to second layer lays down fine, the rest of the print a majority of the time will print fine.
Sal Mangano
Printer so far has been working very well starting to test out more prints this week. Only problem we had was shown in the picture the filament would not go through no matter how it was cut, so the piece had to be removed & flipped upside down but now it works. If that didn’t occur I would have gave 5 stars. This is a great Printer Otherwise & I have no other Complaints Definitely a Great Printer & would Recommend!!
John Howard
If you are new to 3d printing, the booklet isnt really clear on some things. once you figure out how to do the first leveling. Then let the machine do it there after is a great start. Next print head , they say set it at .9 ( i think they said) well, thats right BUT you do NOT set the numbers at .9 You must move the head to the table and then using a piece of paper get the correct number. Mine is -1.87 . Once you learn how tto do it, it becomes second nature . Ive printed about 5 things so far and every piece is excellent . Better than many of the much more expensive printers.

Ron Walters
Customer service from the vendor was very good. My inquiry was answered quickly and then was followed up with another email a couple of days later. Originally, I had issues with anything over 200mm wide. The Z steppers would raise the axis over a mm by the time it reached 300mm wide. All prints 200mm and under printed very nicely. Basic bed leveling and auto bed leveling did not correct the issue. I decided to check the Creality site and found updated firmware downloads for the board and the screen. Looked like a major undertaking to flash the firmware on YouTube, but it turned out to be very simple - about a 15 minute job. Works great now and the screen is significantly upgraded also. I suspect that the MAX firmware was a modification of the regular 200 x 200 bed machines and the problem didn’t show up until printing over 200mm wide. Auto bed leveling really does improve the consistency once you go through the initial process of getting all four corners reasonably the same height. I only have to perform auto bed leveling if I see any issues on the first layer and have not had to manually readjust the four corners, as the auto bed leveling seems to compensate for minor deviations in the bed.

Dave Whitfield
Had an Ender 3 v2 for a couple of years now and very happy with it. Purchased the Max Neo and found it so much easier to assemble and use. After initial set up and bed levelling it was working great. The dual Z axis and auto bed levelling and larger bed size and height are such an improvement and time saving, plus it means you can print much larger models than you can on the Ender 3 v2. The filament sensor is also another nice touch. I've only had this machine for about a month so far but am really pleased that I decided to go for it. It's a brilliant piece of equipment that prints really well. I would have no hesitation in recommending it to others.
Chaz Gordon
This is my Second Printer. It sits next to my Flashforge Creator in my Office, which is stupidly noisy. I thought that was how 3D printers were. Then I got this and it's almost silent. I have to keep looking to see if it's still running. (The FF can be heard throughout the house) The fan is loud, but is no worse than the sound of a decently powerful Graphics card trying to crunch 3D CAD files. Comparing to the FF, at the same resolution setting, this is far superior, and with the addition of Cura as the Slicer, faster on many prints too. Now the Criticisms: The bundled slicer is an old Branch of Cura, missing a bunch of features, maybe Creality could get the latest code. The Micro SD card reader is fiddly to get to, especially when the printer is homing, and it can only handle FAT32 4096kb clusters. Would be nice to have a full-size exFAT reader on the control panel instead of under the machine The control panel needs a better Filament unload routine. currently you have to Preheat the Bed and the extruder then push the filament until it oozes, then pull it out quickly. No reason the feed motor couldn't be running, then just release and pull. Same goes for the filament load, you have to force it through by hand as the manual extruder control is a pain to use. There should be an optional accessory to have a magnetic build plate that does not mean sticking a magnet to the Build plate heater. if you go for a magnetic plate, you can't switch to use the Glass bed without removing and destroying the magnet. More choice in magnetic build plates would also be nice, instead of only having the option of PEI.
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