The integral catalytic impeller can simultaneously improve reaction efficiency and avoid the problem of catalyst separation, which has great potential in applying heterogeneous catalysis. This paper introduced a strategy of combining electroless copper plating with 3D printing technology to construct a pluggable copper-based integral catalytic agitating impeller (Cu-ICAI) and applied it to the catalytic reduction of 4-nitrophenol (4-NP). The obtained Cu-ICAI exhibits very excellent catalytic activity. The 4-NP conversion rate reaches almost 100% within 90 s. Furthermore, the Cu-ICAI can be easily pulled out from the reactor to be repeatedly used more than 15 times with high performance. Energy-dispersive spectrometry, X-ray diffraction, and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy characterizations show that the catalyst obtained by electroless copper plating is a ternary Cu-Cu2O-CuO composite catalyst, which is conducive to the electron transfer process. This low-cost, facile, and versatile strategy, combining electroless plating and 3D printing, may provide a new idea for the preparation of the integral impeller with other metal catalytic activities.