Ender 3 v2 Biomaterials
Eco-friendly desktop 3D printer using organic waste.

Ender 3 v2 Biomaterials

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The Ender 3 V2 3D Printer is a versatile and reliable 3D printing machine that has been modified to work with organic waste materials such as olive pits, oyster shells, and other natural materials. These materials are fully home compostable, making this 3D printer an environmentally friendly option for those looking to experiment with sustainable materials. Printer is also suitable for clay extrusion.

€ 650.00 EUR

Ship-out time

10 days

General information

Printing type: Creality Ender 3 v2 modified for biomaterial extrusion

Assembly: Semi-assembled

Bed leveling: Auto bed-leveling

Printing volume: 220x220x250mm

Max syringe volume: 50ML

Printer dimensions: 475x470xx620 mm

Weight: 9KG

Print bed details: Heated bed

Connectivity: SD card

Camera: No

Direct Drive Motor: NEMA17 Stepper motor / 1.8° step / plug / flat shaft / 5.0 kg.cm

Functionality: Automated resume print, auto bed-leveling, z-level adjustment for different nozzles

Standard Nozzle sizes: 1.6, 2.0, 2.5mm

Additional equipment needed: No additional equipment needed

Included accessories: 1x material testing kit (2kg) including binder (alginate) and two fillers (cellulose and calcium carbonate), 2x Syringes, 3 Nozzles


This printer is compatible with all types of organic and clay materials. For best results, we recommend using smaller granule size materials that are free from fibers

Design files and guides

The Ender 3 V2 is a partially assembled 3D printer that requires attachment of main components. The extruder kit is pre-assembled and only needs to be mounted and powered. Check out the assembly documentation below.The ender 3 v2 plus is a semi-assembled 3D printer where the main components have to be attached. The extruder kit is assembled and only has to be mounted and powered. Please see below documentation for assembly.

Ender 3v 2 assembly manual
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