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ANYCUBIC Mega Pro 3D Printer

3D Printing, Laser Engraving Size, A Wide Range Of Materials, 1 Filament Fdm 3D Printer, Printing Size

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9.23 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about ANYCUBIC Mega Pro 3D Printer

    Or maybe I have just taken my time and thought it through, and didn't rush the process. 3D printing is a skill with a learning curve.

    I was fortunate to receive a dead flat print bed, but I don't think it's necessary to check it every now and then. Follow the instructions on leveling the bed, and check it at least once more before you push "print."

    I chose this printer because I was happy with it and I recommend buying the yellow 3D leveling springs on Amazon as an upgrade because I had to loosen the upright brackets to get a better leveling of the print bed.

    The idler screw and spring need to be put back in their slot after I had a minor issue with one of the lead screws coming off the coupler.

    The plate needs to cool down before you can remove your prints, and they make it that way for a reason.

    Common Questions


    Is there a difference between this Pro version and Mega S?


    The Pro version has a better silent driver, an extra laser engraving function, and a better extruder leveling.


    How is the printer's noise level different from other 3d printers?


    I have one of these and it is very quiet, I measured the sound level and it was between 49 and 51 decibels, which is the equivalent of a quiet office, and that was when it was printing and its stock no upgrades to the fans or drivers was nice.


    What other filament types does it support besides pla and tpu?


    To avoid degrading the PTFE tubing, I would keep the max temperature at 250.


    What is the program for controlling the laser?


    I believe octopi is one of them.


    I'm not sure if there are any issues with operating this in a non heated garage during the winter. Should the filament be stored at room temp until use?


    The printer is designed to be used within ambient temperature range of 8C-40C, but working outside those limits may result in low quality printing.

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