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ANYCUBIC MEGA X 3D Printer

Large Metal Fdm 3D Printer, The Print Quality, The 3D Printer, The Z Axis, The Build Size 888-609- 888-609- 888-609- 888-609- 888-609- 888-609- 888-609- 888-609- 888-609- 888-609- 888-609- 888-609- 888-609-, Anycubic Mega X 3D Printer

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9.10 out of 10, based on these 8 factors:

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  • Common Questions

    Q:

    If I'm buying this as a gift for a beginner to fabricate small items, is there anything else I should purchase to accompany it?

    A:

    It includes everything you need to get started, but I would recommend buying an additional spool or two of PLA filament.

    Q:

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

    A:

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

    Q:

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

    A:

    I only printed the sample owls that came with the printer, but the noise level was low enough that I had to check on it from time to time to make sure it was still printing.

    Q:

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

    A:

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

    Q:

    I'm new to 3d printing, does filiment matter or can I just use anything?

    A:

    If you want to get started with prints, you should use your standard PLA for the majority of them. However, you should look into different filaments once you get into prints with specific use conditions.

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