ANYCUBIC Photon Mono X 4K UV LCD 3D Printer
4 K Uv Lcd 3D Printer, Only 4 Settings Far Fewer Settings To Adjust Vs Fdm Printer
What We Like
- 6.08'' 2K monochrome LCD takes only 1.5 seconds per layer exposure to cure resin
- Z-axis guide rail structure and stepper motor offers better stability with an accuracy of 0.01mm
- Adopts matrix parallel light source that carries out uniform exposure
- may stop working randomly
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 57,099 reviews for 193 products in the 3D Printers category.
We analyzed a total of 506 reviews for this product. None were recent.
Around 77% of reviews were positive and about 18% were negative.
9.52 out of 10, based on these 8 factors:
What buyers say about ANYCUBIC Photon Mono X 4K UV LCD 3D Printer
The build plate might need sanding in the future, but it hasn't been necessary yet.
When there is a problem with the print quality, it is usually user error, but not by forcing anything, but more by following the proper steps to set up the printer, software, and the room where you print.
If you use the automatic supports function on a job that already has a solid foundation, it will create rafts under your foundation, and these supports often aren't strong enough to hold the print job in place.
The print quality is amazing, the level of detail this machine can put down is very good and I have been really impressed with it in general. The print quality is amazing, the level of detail this machine can put down is extremely good and Iv been over the moon with it in general
The FDM printer I bought three years ago is still the same price, and the print quality is amazing.
Will this make a big difference to me?
The original Photon is the one with a dual lead screw for the Z axis while the Photon is single, and its outer case is made from metal.
Is this printer a good first time 3d printer?
It is better to have excellent print quality and price because of the mess, smell, and small build area.
I didn't receive a resin sample, are there any available now?
The lowest price doesn't come with sample resin or spare FEP.
I was going to get a printer, but I saw a mention of a dual-leadscrew conversion kit, where can I find it?
I have yet found a replacement for the dual screw setup, but my most used photon has close to 5000 hours of print time and has not failed.
I don't have a well ventilated space indoors and I don't want to leave it in my garage because of the humidity. Can someone tell if it's an issue to take it back?
I use it in my apartment and only use the Any ECO UV Resin in it, it's virtually odor free, earth friendly and easy to clean with dish soap before UV curing, and creates amazingly detailed prints.