The Elegoo Neptune 4 Pro 3D Printer is a fast, stable, and powerful FDM printer that brings significant enhancements to the Elegoo printer family. With its high-performance mainboard and remarkable top speed of 500 mm/s, it delivers exceptional printing capabilities and is compatible with Klipper firmware. What sets the Neptune 4 Pro apart from the Neptune 4 model are three standout features: a dual heating bed with two independent heating areas for precise temperature control, an all-metal frame for enhanced durability and stability, and all-metal linear rails that ensure smooth and accurate movement of the print head. These improvements make the Neptune 4 Pro an ideal choice for users seeking superior performance and reliability in their 3D printing endeavors.

Features Of Elegoo Neptune 4 Pro 3D Printer

  • Pre-installed Klipper Firmware - Speed Up Printing with Klipper
  • Dual Gear Direct Drive Extruder - Powerful Extrusion Mechanism

  • Intelligent Segmented Heatbed - PEI Magnetic Platform

  • Stable and Quiet Printing

  • Efficient Cooling System

  • Removable Capacitive Touchscreen

  • More Practical FeatureS

    Product Model

    Neptune 4 Pro

    Frame Material- CNC Machined Aluminium Extrusion

    Modeling Technology- FDM(Fused Deposition Modeling)

    Rated Voltage- 100-240V 50/60Hz

    Printing Speed- 30-500mm/s (Suggested Speed: 250mm/s)

    Forming size -225*225*265mm(mm⊃3;)

    PEI Magnetic Platform area size-235*235mm

    Equipment dimensions-475*445*515mmmm

    MAX. nozzle temperature- 300° Celsius

    MAX. hotbed temperature- 110° Celsius

    Connection Method- USB, WLAN

    File transfer- TF Card offline printing, online printing

    File format- .stl, .obj, .amf

    Filament compatibility- PLA, ABS, TPU, PETG, Wood, Marble, Nylon, etc

    UI Lanague- English, French, German, Russian, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese

    Resume printing- Yes

    Filament detection- Yes

    Net weight- 8.3KG



Welcome to the exciting world of 3D printing! Whether you're a hobbyist, a DIY enthusiast, or someone curious about the possibilities of this cutting-edge technology, this beginner's guide will help you take your first steps into the fascinating realm of 3D printing.

Understanding the Basics

What is 3D Printing?

3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is a process that creates three-dimensional objects layer by layer from a digital model. It's like printing, but in the third dimension!

Types of 3D Printers

There are various types of 3D printers, each with its own strengths and applications. Common types include Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Stereolithography (SLA), and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS).

Choosing the Right 3D Printer

Consider Your Needs

Before diving in, think about what you want to achieve with your 3D printer. Are you interested in printing prototypes, functional parts, or artistic creations? Understanding your goals will help you choose the right type of 3D printer.

Entry-Level 3D Printers

For beginners, entry-level FDM printers are often a great choice. They are affordable, user-friendly, and widely available. Popular brands for beginners include Creality, Anycubic, and Prusa.

Setting Up Your 3D Printer

Assembly and Calibration

Once you've selected your 3D printer, follow the manufacturer's instructions for assembly. Pay careful attention to the calibration process, as precise calibration ensures accurate prints.

Choosing Filaments

Filaments are the materials used in 3D printing. PLA (Polylactic Acid) is a beginner-friendly option, known for its ease of use and environmental friendliness. Experiment with different filaments as you gain experience.

Getting Started with 3D Printing Software

Slicing Software

Slicing software translates your digital 3D model into instructions for the printer. Cura, PrusaSlicer, and MatterControl are popular choices. Learn the basics of slicing to optimize your prints.

Downloading or Creating 3D Models

You can find a plethora of 3D models on websites like Thingiverse or MyMiniFactory. As you become more skilled, you can try your hand at creating your own designs using software like TinkerCAD or Fusion 360.

Troubleshooting Common Issues

Leveling the Bed

One common issue is an uneven print bed. Ensure the bed is leveled correctly to prevent issues with the first layer.

Fine-Tuning Print Settings

Experiment with print settings such as layer height, print speed, and temperature to achieve the best results.

Joining the 3D Printing Community

Online Forums and Communities

Connect with other 3D printing enthusiasts on forums like Reddit's r/3Dprinting or Facebook groups. Sharing experiences and troubleshooting tips can be invaluable.


Congratulations, you've embarked on an exciting journey into the world of 3D printing! With a bit of practice and exploration, you'll be creating amazing 3D prints in no time. Stay curious, keep learning, and enjoy the limitless possibilities of 3D printing!