Grab yourself a discounted Ender 3 3D printer for your next ESPHome project

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Creality makes some fantastic 3D printers at very affordable prices. Since the design is open source, many others have cloned what Creality has done with their Ender 3 series, added a few modifications, and called it a day. Others have taken a more serious approach with attempts to improve the design, but the Ender 3 series remains as popular as ever.

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If you have been dreaming of an Ender 3 series 3D printer for your next ESPHome project, now might be the time to take the plunge. The current discount pushes the original Ender 3 below the US$200 mark, and the Ender 3 V2 is up to 50% cheaper than its usual price. These discounts are available on Amazon and from Creality’s official AliExpress store.

What reviewers say about the Ender 3 series

Overall, the Ender 3 V2 is a solid upgrade over the previous generation, and it is definitely the model I would go for. All3DP calls it the “best 3D printer under [US]$300“. They further praise the print quality and improvements upon the previous model. The 3D Printer Bee agrees and praises its “outstanding price-performance ratio” while calling it “perfect for beginners”.

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The naming might be slightly confusing, but the Ender 3 Pro is actually like the Ender 3 V1.1. It has some minor improvements, which, according to reviewers, aren’t worth the higher price tag. If you are looking for a budget, entry-level 3D printer, then the Ender 3 is the way to go.

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Liam Alexander Colman, the author and maintainer of Home Assistant Guides.

About Liam Alexander Colman

Liam Alexander Colman has been using Home Assistant for various projects for quite some time. What started off with a Raspberry Pi quickly became three Raspberry Pis and eventually a full-blown server. I now use Unraid as my operating system, and Home Assistant happily runs in a Docker container. My personal setup includes many Zigbee devices as well as integrations with existing products such as my Android TV box. Read on to find out more on how I got started with Home Assistant.

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