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Creality Ender 3 Cura 4.4.1 Settings

This is our current Cura profile for Creality Ender 3, one of the most popular 3d printers for the home user.

  • Printing Temperature = 210°C
  • Printing Temperature Initial Layer 235 °C
  • Infill Density 10%
  • Use Adaptive Layers is selected with default Maximum Variation and Variation Step size at 0.04
  • NOTE: this is for a Creality Ender 3 with Alumnium Extruder, Glass bed and update firmware.

You can download the curaprofile from the link below.

To import this in Cura 4.4.1, download and extract the zip to a useful location on your local drive. Then go to Print Settings and select the drop down arrow next to profile and then select Manage Profiles.

Then select Import and navigate to the 0.2AdaptiveBrimEnder3.curaprofile file and select Open and then press ok.

41 thoughts on “Creality Ender 3 Cura 4.4.1 Settings

  1. I’m having issues pulling this into CURA. I keep getting an error “Could not find a quality type standard for the current configuration”. Am I the only one?

      1. If anyone else has this problem, following the link above did lead me to the answer. If you go to the bottom of the thread it talks about installing a “Legacy Profile” from Fat Dragon Games. This seemed to resolve the issue.

        Thanks Sam!

  2. Using this on my Ender 3 Pro. I have to say after using other profiles this gives an overall standard that is very nice! Thanks for giving specific support for the Ender.

  3. Hey Guys,

    After a long time, I’m finally able to get into printing again, in the meantime I’ve got a new computer so I had to install Cura again.

    So I’m in Cura 4.4.1. I’ve imported the print settings file from here.
    I want to print a Tudor wall. It’s estimated print time is 3 hours and 24 minutes.

    I remember that previously it took be about an hour to print. Of course, I had fine tuned everything, but I don’t think it takes you 3 and a half hours to print one wall.

    I have the exact print settings file that is posted on here. Any idea how can it give me such a strange estimate?

    1. It usually takes about 2 hours to print a basic wall and goes out from there. You can turn adaptive layering off but with this profile it’s more attuned to quality than speed.

      1. Sam, you are eternally my 3d printing hero, thanks for the fast reply as always!
        It´s so weird, I’m slicing ‘A-Wall-Tudor-v0.2’ with exactly your profile, yet I still get an estimated print time of 3 hours and 24 minutes.

        I really have not changed any settings and just downloaded Cura yesterday.
        I cannot imagine any reason why the same program with the same settings gets another estimate for the print time.

  4. Thank you for this! It does seem very hot (the nozzle temperature), which might lead to stringing with the PLA I use (Overture 1.75). Which PLA do you use?

  5. Hi,
    I’ve just bought an ender3 v2 to print the Shadow Fey Kickstarter the problem is I like others cannot get the Cura settings to import.
    I have tried everything mentioned above plus other forums to get a solution but it still will not work.
    Could someone help me please or even try putting up some screen shots of the settings?
    Thank you any help would be greatly appreciated!

    1. How’s the printing on the new profile? I’m trying to print out the Feywild Cottage and I’m getting some failure on the branches. How’s the profile coping with small details like this? Thanks.

    1. Hi Obiwan,

      It doesnt appear so, in the office we use the Ender 5 Pro and Prusa I3 Mk3. Let us know your findings and we’ll share them with others!

  6. Hello,
    I would like to purchase a 3D printer. I am totally inexperienced at 3D printing and I am non-tech savvy. I am considering to purchase one of the following from Amazon: Creality Ender 3 ($189), Creality Ender 3 Pro ($236) or Creality Ender 3 V2 ($279). Could someone make a suggestion given my inexperience and lack of tech savvy?
    Thank You Very Much,

  7. Hello,
    I have a Creality Ender 3 Pro. I use the Creality Ender 3 Cura 4.4.1 Settings, which work great. Unfortunately, many of the stalagmites of the Goblin Grotto have broken off. I was told that PLA+ is stronger then regular PLA. Does anyone have an opinion on PLA+ and more importantly, does anyone have any recommendations on how to change the settings on the Creality Ender 3 Cura 4.4.1 Settings for PLA+?

    1. I have not tried PLA+ yet on these printers, but one of the major things I have seen is that you need to increase the printing temperature a bit, generally to 200 degrees or so. A lot of the sites seem to suggest to treat it a bit more like ABS filament.

      1. Thanks for getting back to me so soon Nicholas, but I’m using the Creality Ender 3 Cura 4.4.1 Settings which already has a Printing Temperature of 210°C and an initial layer printing temperature of 235°C, which are both already higher then 200°C. Do you recommend that I should increase both numbers? Thanks again.

        1. I would say do a test tower, and see how it comes out. If it looks like the temperature is a little low then increase it, but its always best not to push the machine too high so as to not burn out any of the systems.

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