First 24 Upgrades & Mods for my Ender 3 Pro

20. jul. 2020
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Tools and Hardware:
Bolts and Nuts used:
STLs / tutorials / resources for all upgrades:
1 - LCD screen cover
2 - LCD circuit cover
3 - Control knob with skirt
4 - V-slot covers
5 - Minimal scraper holder
6 - Front rail cover
- NOT sure about this one anymore. My bed started to hit this cover after a firmware update. Not sure why.... but be careful with this one. Use it at your own risk! It does look pretty sweet though :/
7 - Ender 3 pro power supply fan baffler
8 - Z-axis motor spacer
9 - Lead screw stabilizer
- No longer recommended! I learned that trying to stabilize the lead screw can actually risk more ghosting and issues. Thanks to @kiemplant for sharing this explanation video
10 - Z-axis knob
11 - Filament guide
12 - Cable chains
- Original tutorial from the designer:
13 - Dual drawer
- NOTE: No support materials are needed for this. Print with the openings of each part facing up!
14 - Bed handles
15 - Glass bed
16, 17 - Bed springs and leveling knobs
18 - SD card adapter holder
- eBay: (cheapest
- Amazon:
- Banggood:
- My remix:
- Original:
19 - All metal dual gear extruder
- Creality:
- Amazon:
- Banggood:
- E-step calibration tutorial:
20 - Bowden tubing
- Creality:
- I heard capicorn ones are better so here's a link to that too:
- Amazon:
- Luke Hatfield's hotend fix:
- Video tutorial:
- Original STL:
- STL I used:
21 - BL touch
- Tutorial:
- Amazon:
- eBay:
- For stock main board:
22 - SKR mini E3 V1.2
- Full guide:
- Amazon:
- There are newer versions of this available but from what I've heard there are still some issues being worked out
- Banggood:
23 - LED lights
- I can't find the ebay link for the USB lights I used sadly but here's a similar one
- eBay:
- Maybe try remixing my part?
- Buck converters:
24 - Raspberry pi
- My remixed part for Raspberry pi 4
- Original:
- Buck converters (amazon):
- Buck converters (ebay):
Leave suggestions below for other upgrades and mods and maybe I'll make a part 2.
#Ender3 #3Dprinting #Upgrades

  • Thank you all for the likes, subs, and comments! I started with 12 subs before this video.... this is crazy! the ender 3 community is amazing! ~~~~~ Here are some FAQs, updates, and disclaimers - 08/30/2020: ~~~~~ - I removed upgrade #9 - Lead screw stabilizer. Details in the video description. I'm sorry for including this one, I'm honestly a newbie at this and didn't know of the issues around this upgrade. thank you all for educating me on this and sharing resources with me. - Cost for all the upgrades (not including the raspberry pi): $138 Q: Why did you buy a 3D printer just to print upgrades?!? A: Because I'm a gooof.... and I just like to get the upgrades all over with at the start so afterwards I can focus on my projects and not have to worry about printing issues. In fact, just to make sure I don't get addicted to making upgrades, I'm forcing myself to make at least 2 videos that are non-upgrade related before I make the part 2 video for this. Q: When is part 2 coming? A: Sooooon-ish? I'm still waiting for a few upgrade parts to arrive in the mail and working on a few other projects at the moment so it'll take a while. I'll give updates in my next few videos. Q: What's your printing profile? Can you share it? A: I'm using Maker's Muse's profile from this video: I'm also using that profile for PETG too with just modified temperature settings. Q: Why would you do this when the Ender 3 v2 and CR-6 SE already have a lot of these upgrades pre-installed? A: Because when I bought the Ender 3 Pro, the v2 and CR-6 SE hasn't been released yet :( I still really like the ender 3 pro but I would also highly recommend the Ender 3 v2 if you're looking to buy Associate link (cheapest): Amazon: Q: Why the baby? A: Why not the baby? I'll add more as more questions come in. Cheers!

    Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 6 meseci
    • So many people probably purchased this 3D printer after watching your content. I’ll be one of them.

      Haydar KIRHaydar KIRPred 5 urami
    • Hey so a question I haven't seen asked, what size bearings did you use? I'm ordering an Ender 3 Pro right now and wanted to have everything here by the time I started assembling the upgrades

      Tyler LawsonTyler LawsonPred 7 dnevi
    • Have you seen the new front rail cover that the guy designed? It looks epic

      Swank’s CabinetSwank’s CabinetPred mesecem
    • @Printed Props Creations Now 31.6!!!

      Oliver GollapudiOliver GollapudiPred mesecem

      TheRedTeamTheRedTeamPred mesecem
  • omg i cant remember the last time i have learned so mutch in under 15 min XD.. awesome vid, thanks alot

    M van LeeuwenM van LeeuwenPred uro
  • I couldn’t stop watching.

    Haydar KIRHaydar KIRPred 5 urami
  • Customization on steroids.

    Haydar KIRHaydar KIRPred 5 urami
  • Wow there’s a lot of info to Process lol but thank you for sharing this can be real handy for me later

    Patrick DawsonPatrick DawsonPred 13 urami
  • And I thought I'm insane :):):)

    RanNeroRanNeroPred 23 urami
  • we get it bro you want to be casey neistat calm down

    Chase HiltonChase HiltonPred dnevom
  • Very useful mods to have, there are some excellent fabricators. I wonder if the manufacturers are taking notes...

    PipPipPred dnevom
  • I am new to 3d printing... In your video you credit designers for their designs. How and where can I find these upgrades for my Ender 3 printer? Thanks in advance!

    Thomas GifkinsThomas GifkinsPred dnevom
    • all the links to their designs and files are in the video’s description. good luck!

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred dnevom
  • I'm seeing a lot of issues online with the Ender 3 V2, specifically with the current motherboard revision being faulty in its design and causing terrible layer-shift issues. The only fix is to purchase an upgraded motherboard from Creality, or to hope your reseller will send you one at no charge. Creality has also released a few videos showing how to....scrape the paint from the case to ground a motor and part of the case that are not grounded from the factory, instead of fixing the issue themselves. As much as it seems like the Ender 3 V2 comes with some nice extra features, I'll be going with an Ender 3 Pro and making some of the upgrades you mentioned here instead.

    Average CanadianAverage CanadianPred dnevom
    • @Scott Yu-Jan Absolutely! Here's the reddit post where I found them (, in case that doesn't work here are the links to the videos themselves: Good luck with the printer for your dad! That's super awesome.

      Average CanadianAverage CanadianPred dnevom
    • thanks for the info. do you mind sharing with me the “grounding the motor” video you mentioned from creality? that sounds important and i just got a ender 3 v2 for my dad. thanks!

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred dnevom
  • That baby tho :V

    EEPred dnevom
  • PNW!! I live in Tillamook. I just got my printer. I got the Ender V2 and am definitely using a bunch of these hacks.

    T4M Sim Racer 81T4M Sim Racer 81Pred 2 dnevi
  • The upgrades are more expensive then the printer 😂😂😂

    Michael WanMichael WanPred 2 dnevi
  • What do you use to print with PETG ? What temperatures, cooling, bed, surface (solid or magnetic) ?

    Vaidas ŽvinklysVaidas ŽvinklysPred 2 dnevi
  • when is part two coming out ???

    Miguel AvilaMiguel AvilaPred 2 dnevi
  • Hey beautiful video! I'm gonna print some of that stuff too! I have two questions: 1) What brand is that red filament? It's beautiful 2) I have problems with printing PETG (lots of stringing). You mentioned that you use Maker's Muse PETG profile with modified temperature settings. Could you please share where you can find your profile? I'd really appreciate it! Thank you and keep making nice content!

    Andratos95Andratos95Pred 2 dnevi
  • Just bought it today

    Piyush SinghPiyush SinghPred 3 dnevi
  • the printer made its own parts .. cool ! and like every comment i see here the editing it great, I enjoyed this

    FayçalFayçalPred 3 dnevi
  • you are so helpful i not trying to be a copy cat but im using your video for upgrades on my ender 3 pro thanks this video has helped alot

    Ryan Star22Ryan Star22Pred 3 dnevi
  • Question: Did you actually spend the hundreds of dollars it costs just to print these things? Just the wire chains themselves I looked up turn out to be $75!

    Marc MMarc MPred 4 dnevi
    • @Scott Yu-Jan I figured it out. So when you download the files on thingiverse (not the tip option) you mostly get the 3d object files, which ask you to pay for use of the file. The files need to be converted to GCode for the ender to recognize it. I used Slic3r to convert the files to GCode. Idk if this may have changed since this was uploaded, but was very disheartening at first.

      Marc MMarc MPred 4 dnevi
    • @Marc M ummm i'm not sure what you're talking about. everything on Thingiverse is completely free. are you maybe seeing the "tip designer" option?

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 4 dnevi
    • @Scott Yu-Jan unless you do something different. Each of those links on thingiverse prompt me to download files. And those files are asking $15 a part. I'm researching more now and it looks like I have to convert the 3Dobject files to GCode? Still a little new to this

      Marc MMarc MPred 4 dnevi
    • wait what? what do you mean? how does it cost $75 if I printed it myself?

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 4 dnevi
  • Wait Haha got u

    Eli HolterEli HolterPred 5 dnevi
  • Increase your retraction and you won’t have stringing, i have never had that problem with pla

    pmfmanpmfmanPred 5 dnevi
  • On my Ender 3 pro with the micro USB to SD upgrade you have to turn off the printer every time you remove the SD card. if you don't no files appear when you try to run them. As far as the STL files they work great.

    rs1971camarors1971camaroPred 5 dnevi
  • Great video, cheers mate

    Ron ObviousRon ObviousPred 6 dnevi
  • For the SD card holder case, would PLA work? And whats the best orientation you found in Cura?

    Sam CarmelSam CarmelPred 6 dnevi
  • 4:58 I had to sand the SHIT out of my cable chain. Now I still think it sucks and not using

    Matt LogueMatt LoguePred 6 dnevi
  • That micro SD to SD card converter? where did you get it besides the UK?

    Roberto RobertRoberto RobertPred 6 dnevi
  • Hi Scott, I’m using m3 screws as you recommended but they won’t fit the raspberry pi 4 holes. How did you get them to fit? I read online it’s not good to force them in so I’m hesitant to try and tighten them

    ErwinErwinPred 6 dnevi
  • Amazing, dude!

    Jamar DemorinJamar DemorinPred 7 dnevi
  • Great! J have ordered one for my son bday! On weekend will open and start constructing

    Kurland HunterKurland HunterPred 7 dnevi
  • Great video, Scott. What do you recommend for a camera setup for Octoprint for the Ender 3 Pro?

    Matt NearpassMatt NearpassPred 7 dnevi
  • Awesome upgrades! just got my ender 3pro so m gonna try a few of these. Cheers.

    Mark VasquezMark VasquezPred 8 dnevi
  • A really good video. I'd like to see one on your setup for the time lapse capture.

    Jeff MillerJeff MillerPred 8 dnevi
  • I know this might sound like a dumb question but for the buck converter that you use for the raspberry pie do you lower the voltage same amount as you did for the lights

    Gabriel AriasGabriel AriasPred 9 dnevi
    • yup! they both run on the same amount (5 volts). you COULD probably just use 1 bucks converter for the two of them but i’m an amateur with this stuff so i always prefer to keep things safe and simple.

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 9 dnevi
  • The raspberry pi needs a passive cooler on his cpu, otherwise it will go really hot

    Kristopher SwaniawskiKristopher SwaniawskiPred 10 dnevi
  • I would love to know what slicer generates those sick support structures!

    EnnarEnnarPred 10 dnevi
  • Perhaps I've done something wrong; the dual-z motors has been a pretty worthwhile upgrade but I do have to re-align the left and right side every week or so.

    DJRonnieGDJRonnieGPred 10 dnevi
  • After reading that all the new printers will be coming with a 32 Bit processor and watching your video, I decided to order the Ender 3 Pro from the Creality Website. Really appreciate the effort to share all the great upgrades you've made to your printer and hope to see more videos on upgrades you make in the future. You just received another subscriber. Cheers brother

    cri8torcri8torPred 10 dnevi
  • Yo you should definitely do an update your video is a lot of hub thanks for all the info

    Gabriel AriasGabriel AriasPred 10 dnevi
  • I cant wait for you to start using the 3D printer

    RedStride TechnologiesRedStride TechnologiesPred 10 dnevi
  • Sooo just got my ender 3 pro last weekend, got it put together, leveled it out, and tried to run the cable chain print but started running into issues with the pla sticking to the magnetic bed. any tips?

    DracoEXDracoEXPred 10 dnevi
    • @DracoEX if you need to print at 30% speed for the print to stick, it means your bed adhesion just isn’t good enough and 99% of the time it’s due to an unleveled bed. i recommend following this tutorial: another thing too that might help is to clean your bed with alcohol in-between prints since grease from your fingers or dust on the bed can also lead to these problems. when i’m lazy i just use hand sanitizer. that also works. good luck!

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 10 dnevi
    • @Scott Yu-Jan not sticking enough. i reduced the printing speed to %30 and it seems to be sticking now, though it has been 8hr though and its still printing.

      DracoEXDracoEXPred 10 dnevi
    • is it sticking too much or sticking not enough?

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 10 dnevi
  • Covering fans seems like a horrible idea.

    MonscentMonscentPred 11 dnevi
  • at what temperature do you print the pla and at what temperature do you put the printing plate? thanks

    gebgebPred 11 dnevi
    • @Scott Yu-Jan Ok, thanks again

      gebgebPred 11 dnevi
    • @geb depends on your own printer, settings, and the prints you’re making. you’ll just have to test that on your own.

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 11 dnevi
    • @Scott Yu-Jan and at what speed do you print?

      gebgebPred 11 dnevi
    • @Scott Yu-Jan Thanks

      gebgebPred 11 dnevi
    • depends on the brand of PLA but you should always aim to print at the lowest nozzle temperature possible. so i print at anywhere between 190 to 210 nozzle and usually 60 for the heated bed.

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 11 dnevi
  • Thank you for the video. It was very informative. I just bought my very first Ender 3 Pro and I am not very tech savvy. I feel like I have a long way to go before I get anywhere near to your level.

    ErnieErniePred 11 dnevi
  • I never thought 3D printer and sexy could be used in the same sentence.

    OzOzPred 11 dnevi
  • *lol, when you have nothing to print, just print stuff for your printer. I think I'm gonna go buy a 3D printer now to do the same thing.*

    AzNightmareAzNightmarePred 11 dnevi
  • I’ve watched this video every since it came out like every day at least onece

    Landon SongLandon SongPred 11 dnevi
  • step 3 / mark its birthday ! What a cool idea (^_^)/ +1

    ranskaranskaPred 13 dnevi
  • glad i stumbled onto this vid. i was looking for some more upgrades for my ender 3 pro. thanks!

    kingkaokingkaoPred 13 dnevi
  • I've never said this in the tens of thousands of videos I've watched on SLworlds, but this guy's editing is CLEANNNN. Thoroughly impressed and enjoyed it greatly, as well as really really good content. Well done!

    Sam WittmanSam WittmanPred 13 dnevi
  • I ended up buying the Ender 3 v2 last night.

    hanz2lkhanz2lkPred 13 dnevi
  • I've done the sd-card reader update with the exact same sd-card adapter but it doesnt work properly somehow. it only works or recognizes the inserted card, if I disconnect and reconnect the micro sd adapter from the printer itself. the adapter works fine on a pc so it must be an issue with the printer. I have marlin 1.0.1 on my ender 3 pro. does anybody know how to solve this problem?

    Silence105Silence105Pred 14 dnevi
  • Pourquoi imprimer en PETG les cable chain? Le PLA ne fait pas le job ? Ou est-ce à cause du bed chauffant ? Désolé mon anglais est très mauvais, c'est pourquoi je préfère poser la question en français.

    floris lamarquefloris lamarquePred 14 dnevi
  • Your video was awesome. I found it calming, educational and inspiring. You are very talented and creative. Will definitely be implementing some of your ideas on my printer.

    modeling cornermodeling cornerPred 14 dnevi
  • your eyelashes are pointing down, weird

    legit cracklegit crackPred 15 dnevi
  • And 24 mods without improving print cooling ducts etc xDDDDDDDD pathetic

    Mateusz SiwikMateusz SiwikPred 15 dnevi
  • Funny part - there's no need for upgrading. I have changed maybe 5 things and there's no need to change anything else. It's just working, printing quality is good. Rest of it is kinda waste of money, if you don't want to go for specified filaments, that require chambere or direct drive.

    Mateusz SiwikMateusz SiwikPred 15 dnevi
  • Awesome video! Great info. Fantabulous production value. I’m subscribed!

    Milton DelaneyMilton DelaneyPred 15 dnevi
  • Gracias por los tips

    Ivan StoichkovIvan StoichkovPred 15 dnevi
  • awesome... bro

    Kabar Dunia ChannelKabar Dunia ChannelPred 16 dnevi
  • Hey Scott, how do you tell the machine what you want printed if you want something that is not already on the display panel? Thanks

    blackhawktim12blackhawktim12Pred 16 dnevi
    • you put it on an SD card and plug it into the machine and access the file via the display panel.

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 16 dnevi
  • Great!!!! You ars a genius

    Tibus GicTibus GicPred 16 dnevi
  • It would help if you priced every Upgrade. Pricing would help justify buying a cheap printer as opposed to a more expensive one that doesnt need to be Upgraded or Modded. It looks like you took a $300 3D Printer and made it look like $1,000 or more

    Gene NightThunderGene NightThunderPred 16 dnevi
    • that’s a good idea. I’ll definitely do that for part 2 and 3. thanks!

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 16 dnevi
  • damn printer looks like a pimp

    C ScottC ScottPred 16 dnevi
  • wait , you blocked up the fan as it was too noisy? OOOKKKK pretty sure fans are for air flow, a cover of that stops it surely? or did i miss something

    ashley neryashley neryPred 17 dnevi
    • haha i should have clarified this one more. it's a popular design on thingiverse and it doens't really cover the fan. it simply redirects the airflow going through the fan so it's more muffled. there are more details about it on thingiverse.

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 17 dnevi
  • I don't even own a 3d printer but this entire video is just pushing me to get one. Nice job!

    Blake FindlayBlake FindlayPred 17 dnevi
  • im too lazy to do any of em

    DaudHTMDaudHTMPred 18 dnevi
  • what was the total end cost of all the upgrades?

    The Dwarven GamingThe Dwarven GamingPred 18 dnevi
  • Please make more videos. This was very informative an easy to watch. Now time to get to printing.

    Chandler WoodruffChandler WoodruffPred 18 dnevi
  • Dude I want a 3-D printer really really really really really really bad

    Logan TerrellLogan TerrellPred 18 dnevi
  • That dual gear extruder destroys itself over a few months. The steel gear first eats into its axle(a screw, threaded through some bearings) then it eats into the aluminum. Do not recommend. The springs with the bed leveling knobs are likely too strong as well. It'll end up warping the plate after a while.

    RicenRicenPred 18 dnevi
  • You used the 3d printer to create a 3d printer

    Paul ManolisPaul ManolisPred 19 dnevi
  • Hi Scott, your video is very well. Merci from France.

    Antoine BaudAntoine BaudPred 19 dnevi
  • Wow Amazing! Fantastic job

    Simon Bianco MussSimon Bianco MussPred 19 dnevi
  • now i know which printer im gonna buy

    Ramazi TRamazi TPred 19 dnevi
  • Would be cool if you printed indication of birth date and L1 P1 instead of the white pen

    Even HaugEven HaugPred 19 dnevi
  • My guy, you put this together well. For the love of God please get a heat gun instead of the lighter. I know it works but good lord

    marthamarinemarthamarinePred 20 dnevi
  • Step 2: add baby oh ok

    christian teijeirochristian teijeiroPred 20 dnevi
  • Wow...Your upgrades on your Creality Ended 3d printer is overkill. I just love it.

    Ifeanyi DonatusIfeanyi DonatusPred 21 dnevom
  • I really really like this video

    Linus PerssonLinus PerssonPred 21 dnevom
  • I watched this video 3 times!

    Ike KarlasIke KarlasPred 21 dnevom
  • You're insane. Like in the best way possible

    MikeMikePred 21 dnevom
  • Omg thank you!

    Tag You're ItTag You're ItPred 21 dnevom
  • Ik heb ook een Nederlandstalig groeiend SLworlds kanaal genaamd "JendDevelopment" neem zeker daar ook een kijkje voor de Nederlandse kijkers maar ook voor de engelse kijkers

    Jens DevelopmentJens DevelopmentPred 22 dnevi
  • Looking forward to the laser engraving update!!

    Paul R.Paul R.Pred 23 dnevi
  • where do you get the print designs

    Masta_ _Masta_ _Pred 23 dnevi
    • thingiverse! :)

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 23 dnevi
  • Very interesting and well done video. I don't have an Ender, but a Longer LK5 Pro. I'm glad that he doesn't need so many upgrades😅

    RayZXARayZXAPred 23 dnevi
  • lol I guess you love your chipyes

  • What's up with the baby on the extruder... lol

    Hunter Biden's CrackpipeHunter Biden's CrackpipePred 24 dnevi
    • watches over my prints LOL your username 😂

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 20 dnevi
  • Wauw!

    Rik VermeerRik VermeerPred 24 dnevi
  • Hi Scott Thanks for your great ideas for mods on the Ender 3D. A question, do you also happen to have experience with the installation and especially which firmware you should use for the BigTreeTech SFS v1.0 smart filament detection sensor. Kind regards Piet

    Piet GelderblomPiet GelderblomPred 24 dnevi
  • Excellent video.

    Ronaldo NardaoRonaldo NardaoPred 24 dnevi
  • Should I install a lead screw straightner

    LOSTJAXLOSTJAXPred 24 dnevi
    • haha NOPE! added some information about this in my video description. does a lot more harm than good apparently.

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 24 dnevi
  • Does it print PETG good or is that all PLA?

    Wonder ReefWonder ReefPred 24 dnevi
    • @Scott Yu-Jan Yes, thank you but really hard not to buy the same one you have and doing all those sweet mods you did lol

      Wonder ReefWonder ReefPred 24 dnevi
    • ​@Wonder Reef i see, yea. PETG is definitely a bit of a hard material to work with for your first printer. still doable though! just a bit more troubleshooting. i suspect it's probably not the filament's issue honestly. 99% of the time it's something hardware related. i would recommend posting the issues you're running into on the Creality facebook groups. many experts and friendly people on there who are very helpful. that's what i did too early on when i first got this printer. good luck!

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 24 dnevi
    • @Scott Yu-Jan I am a beginner in the hobby, this is my first printer.

      Wonder ReefWonder ReefPred 24 dnevi
    • @Wonder Reef that’s odd. what do you mean can’t? like what are the issues you’re running into? maybe i can help. i will say though, PETG is definitely more of an intermediate material to work with. PLA is usually a LOT easier.

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 24 dnevi
    • @Scott Yu-Jan I just bought a CR10 V3 and just can't get it to work with PETG. Spent about 10hrs on it today and I'm very close to putting it back in it's box and sending it back to Amazon lol

      Wonder ReefWonder ReefPred 24 dnevi
  • 3:35 question what if the rod is not perfectly straight is there something I can do with it except just buying a new one?

    Anton BaginAnton BaginPred 25 dnevi
    • nope, just leave it and it will still print perfectly fine. its designed to be unconstrained at the top. I’ll give more details on this in part II coming up soon.

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 25 dnevi
  • Nice edit

    NavidNavidPred 25 dnevi
  • Some of your mods are draining down the printer quality. Example: Ender 3 Lead Screw Stabilizer. Hell what a mistake to do that.

    Alex SchumacherAlex SchumacherPred 25 dnevi
    • well, i had that one installed for most of the prints in this video actually so i don't think it affected me too much but yessss, someone did educate me about the reasons not to do that one so i removed it recently and added some info about it in my video description 👍

      Scott Yu-JanScott Yu-JanPred 25 dnevi
  • That cable-stuck-in-print image sold me. I guess I really need to print some cable chains...

    robonxtrobonxtPred 25 dnevi
  • I don't own an Ender 3 Pro, and I don't intend to, but this was fun to watch. I've modded my printers in the past, but not to this extent. Nice work and nice video.

    Jon SternJon SternPred 25 dnevi
  • all metal hotend with direct drive extruder

    Eitan WeinbergEitan WeinbergPred 25 dnevi