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ANYCUBIC Photon Mono X 3D Printer

2D Printed Model, 4K Monochrome Screen, X Fast Printing, The Printing Size, The Photon Mono X 3D Printer, The Printing Function, Fiat Control, Uv Lcd Resin Printer

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7.78 out of 10, based on these 8 factors:

  • Build quality
  • Controls and functionality
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  • What buyers say about ANYCUBIC Photon Mono X 3D Printer


    You now need to learn how to brush stroke in order to better your experience with your printer.


    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.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    Does this have any resin in it?

    A:

    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.

    Q:

    Does the Photon Mono sound when it runs out of resin?

    A:

    I don't believe there is a sensor that can tell when there is no resin remaining.

    Q:

    Will it be able to print on a card or will it need to be tethered to a computer?

    A:

    I haven't explored wireless yet, but USB will work.

    Q:

    I don't want to get stuck in the money pit when I print, does this printer run on a chitu box board?

    A:

    It works great in use with chitubox for all my slicing.

    Q:

    Is there any compatible engineering resins for mechanical prototypes?

    A:

    It's possible to print anything in the 405nm range.

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