Flashforge Adventurer 3 3D Printer


  • New generation, smart, light
  • Nozzle: fully upgraded; steady filament loading; fast heating up to 200°C (392°F) in 50 seconds
  • Auto filament feeding with an enclosed built-in filament cartridge
  • Removable and flexible heated print bed; Supports bending without deformation
  • 45 dB, ultra quiet during operation
  • Built-in 2 million pixel HD camera for remote monitoring
  • 3D Cloud, an integral 3D printing resource platform – Get free storage(register online), backup and share files, interact with other users, automatically slice print files, free model database; online management – transfer, monitor, and manage multiple printers effortlessly



Key Specifications:

  • Build Volume: 150 x 150 x 150 mm
  • Layer Resolution: 0.1-0.4mm
  • Nozzle Diameter:   0.4mm (0.015in)
  • Max. Build Plate Temperature: 100°C (212°F)
  • Filament Compatibility: PLA/ABS
  • Max. Print Speed: 100mm/s
  • Extruder Quantity: Single
  • Frame and Body: ABS/PC
  • Product Dimensions: 388 x 380 x 405mm (15.3 x 15 x 16 in)
  • Product Weight: 19.85 lbs (9 kg)
  • Software: FlashPrint
  • Connectivity: USB Stick/Wi-Fi/Ethernet/Could Printing
  • Language Interface: English/Chinese/German/French/Italian/Korean/Czech/Japanese
  • Supports (OS): Windows XP/Vista/7+, Mac OS X, Linux


Brand Flashforge
Shipping Weight 38.0000kg
Shipping Width 0.670m
Shipping Height 0.700m
Shipping Length 0.620m
Shipping Cubic 0.290780000m3

intro to 3d printing

By: on 30 October 2019
This printer has been a fairly good introduction to 3d printing for me. By using the cloud print option and default settings has allowed me to start printing quite quickly. When I ordered the printer my wife got excited and ordered lots of different coloured filaments from ebay. I made sure the filament size was correct and the brand was flashforge and that the weight was the same as that I had seen on the flash forge website. Unfortunately I discovered that there are three different types of flash forge spools. I downloaded and printed a spool adaptor for the adventurer 3 but it didn't work since there seems to be 2 different types of adventurer 3. The model I downloaded was for a Mercedes Benz symbol type centre, whereas my version has a cross type centre. I then downloaded a different adaptor and edited it in Tinkercad. This seems to have worked but it doesn't look like a great adaptor long term. I'm thinking of downloading a more complicated adaptor or dreaming up a support myself in TinkerCAD. I also found out that the default settings print a raft around each print, but that the raft is only required for ABS prints. Since the printer comes with PLA which is also the most common type of filament, I would have thought that no raft would be a better default setting. Overall it has been a positive start and I'm looking forward to lots more complicated prints and developing my own models.

Easy starting point

By: on 6 August 2019
The FlashForge Adventurer 3 is an easy to use and relatively hassle free starting point for 3D printing. It is simple and does a very good job. build size is limited at 150x150x150 and you can get bigger with many of the Chinese products. the main strength for the FF3 is the ease of setup and you can be printing in less than 30 minutes. The version I just purchased has the new / improved extrusion nozzle and this has addressed many of the problems with skipping etc that you will read about online. i would recommend the FF3 to any new users or if schools or parents with children want to protect them from little fingers in hot parts!!

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