Ender 3 V3 CoreXZ Light

I spoke with Creality and they said they have no info on releasing a light bar for the CoreXZ. Internet searches have turned up nothing and with such a similar name its hard to find CoreXZ unique information. Anyone have a lead or files for a light for the CoreXZ printer? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Is this what your looking for?

https://www.amazon.com/Official-Creality-Printer-Energy-Installation/dp/B0CM3KT9CY

That is for the Ender 3 V3 SE/KE not the Ender 3 V3. Creality really did no favors naming it something so similar lol.

Yes it is a different gantry construction from the V3 SE/KE so that lamp wouldn’t fit. Are there any fixing points on the gantry that could be used with slightly longer screws? Not got a V3 yet…I shall master resin printing first, that will be a reward (might even get the plus version)


There are no screw holes on the top, bottom, or sides. On the back there are (4) M3 screw holes.

Could possibly use the outer screws and the adjacent screws to mount a lamp but would need some designing. The middle ones not really, use those for mounting a filament guide perhaps.

I saw this price on Ali Express today…

Usually they have cheaper prices but the Creality Store has it for:

Didn’t see any light kit for it though… :thinking:

Just found and printed this tonight. It uses COB LED strips. Will update once the lights arrive.

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Thanks for that link @Rich7744… :+1:

It’s on my to do list…

So is that a clip-on type lightbar? Looks like it might be.

It shows two bracket files for it. Not sure how they fit together yet…
I think you are right. It clips on…

I just realized as I’m printing out those brackets that I might not be able to use the top spool mount with the light bar mounted on… :thinking:

I have the side bar mount but changed to the top mount as it’s easier to change filament…

Finally got the light in today and got it all setup. I used this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B089NNHP3C?ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details&th=1 24v COB LED strip and wired it directly into the printer power. Now when it powers on the light comes on and is really bright. Loving this mod so far.

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Is it just clip on or are you using those spare screw holes?

I like that. It looks good… Lots of light and it doesn’t interfere with the extruder… Nice… :+1:

It is clip on. It uses two m3 screws but that’s just to hold the brackets onto the light bar.

nice build

I think more important than an led light bar is where, how many volts, how many amps to connect it.