FlashForge Creator 3 V2

Dual extruder with simple slicing software on an open source basis

  • Independent twin extruder setup
  • Flexible building board
  • Wireless connection
  • Filament sensor
  • Easy slicing

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Item no.: UFP-FFSZC3, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 6971940400011

  • Independent twin extruder setup
  • Flexible building board
  • Wireless connection
  • Filament sensor
  • Easy slicing

Product information & technical details

Item no.: UFP-FFSZC3
Manufacturer No.: FFSZC3
Manufacturers: FlashForge
Content: 1 pc
Product types: 3D Printers
Assembly: Fully assembled
Printing Technology: FFF - FDM - LPD
Printer Display: Touch Display
Supported operating systems: Windows (7+), Mac OS X (10.7+), Linux (Ubuntu 12.04+)
Extruder type: Direct Drive Extruder
Number of extruders: Double
Interfaces: USB - Connection, WIFI - WLAN, LAN
Supported Formats (Slicer): STL, OBJ
Heated building board: Yes
Nozzle Diameter: 0,4 mm
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm
Building platform : 300 x 250 x 200 mm


The Flashforge Creator3 V2 is a big breakthrough in affordable 3D printers. It has independent high-speed twin extruders and an expanded range of compatible materials. The extruder offers fewer material restrictions and can now reach temperatures of up to 300 ° C! This means that users can print PLA, ABS, PETG, nylon and more. The build plate is flexible and easy to remove, so even your most delicate projects can be removed stress-free.

The Flashforge Creator 3 V2 is also compatible with 3D Cloud, an online platform which allows users to easily upload, store, and manage their 3D files in one place. You can also connect to Flashforge Creator 3 V2 in several ways, such as: Via USB, WLAN and Ethernet.

Independent twin extruder

Two-material and two-colour printing can completely redefine the possibilities of model and design production - increase productivity, simplify the process of removing support structures and produce unique pieces with precision and perfect surface quality.

Removable and flexible build surface

Safe removal of your print from the bed can often be a difficult and tedious process. But with the flexible board of the Flashforge Creator 3 V2 you have an advantage. The board can bend for hundreds of hours and still stay in pristine condition ensuring a perfect print every time.

Built-in HD camera

Use remote monitoring to check your prints in real-time with the built-in camera. Check the status anytime, anywhere, and resolve issues in good time before it's too late.

3D cloud platform
The cloud platform is a revolutionary batch management system, backup and sharing method, slicer and community database all in one. It also works as a free model database!

Filament sensor
Automatically stops printing if there is a problem with the filament feed. This ensures a higher print success rate.

Easy to remove nozzles
To change or clean, simply unscrew the nozzle, no extra steps required.

Multiple connection modes
The Creator 3 V2 supports USB, Wi-Fi, Ethernet and 3D Cloud for convenient and efficient access.

Discover the limits of the material
The hot-end is capable of reaching up to 300 ° C, which means that a variety of materials have been opened for printing, including PETG and technical grade nylon.


Flashprint is a revolutionary new slicing software developed by Flashforge and available on all Flashforge 3D printers. It is very user-friendly and stable and easy to use for beginners, but very flexible for experienced users.

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Did you know?

The first industrial 3D printer was first manufactured in the 80s when the first CAD programmes first appeared on the market.