ANYCUBIC Photon Mono X 3D Printer
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What buyers say about ANYCUBIC Photon Mono X 3D Printer
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I had to buy a new screen for the Mono X after the broken wi-fi, and I'm happy with the large build area, the speed and quality of the prints, but there are some issues with the Mono X.
I am happy to say that my new printer is doing well with a 75 percent success rate, and I hope to increase that number as I perfect my work flow and hopefully get Chi Boxtu going soon as well.
The first generation photon that I have completed hundreds of prints on has a success rate of 90 plus percent, and is larger, faster, and better in every way on paper than my 3 year old photon.
I got my first print and it failed within 6 hours, ruining the screen and causing me to bleed all over the place. I was able to get ahold of anycubic who are being super awesome and helping.
Does this have any resin in it?
This one doesn't come with resin, it comes with 3 allen wrench, a metal and a plastic spatula, some gloves, some masks, extra vat screws, and some strainers.
Does the Photon Mono sound when it runs out of resin?
I don't believe there is a sensor that can tell when there is no resin remaining.
Will it be able to print on a card or will it need to be tethered to a computer?
I haven't explored wireless yet, but USB will work.
I don't want to get stuck in the money pit when I print, does this printer run on a chitu box board?
It works great in use with chitubox for all my slicing.
Is there any compatible engineering resins for mechanical prototypes?
It's possible to print anything in the 405nm range.