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ANYCUBIC MEGA X 3D Printer Kit 300x300x305mm Large Build Volume All Metal Frame Titan Extruder Ultrabase Platform Touchscreen with 1kg PLA Sample Filament Support Resume Printing Filament Detector Meanwell Power Supply Works with PLA ABS TPU

ANYCUBIC MEGA X 3D Printer Kit 300x300x305mm Large Build Volume All Metal Frame Titan Extruder Ultrabase Platform Touchscreen with 1kg PLA Sample Filament Support Resume Printing Filament Detector Meanwell Power Supply Works with PLA ABS TPU

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Features:
Modular design, no assembly hassle, get started quickly. Integrated frame, all metal body, ensure the stability of the body, effectively reduce the shaking in the printing process, restore more details of the model.
Use customized aluminum module for Y axis on heat bed base, dual lead rail design improves the stability of heat bed. Z-axis dual screw rod design decreases the likelihood of print errors.
Ultrabase platform, strong adhesion, easy removal, repeatedly used without sacrificing performance. Adopts Titan extruder, Strong extruder provides a better printing experience, compatible with flexible filaments such as TPU.
Support filament run out sensor and resume printing function, intelligent and reliable. Auto pause if filament runs out or break. Don't worry about power outages, when the power is restored, the printer will continue to print from the interruption point.
High reliable power supply, use power supply from world-famous brand, safe and stable to use. Effortless leveling, big leveling knob is much more convenient to grip, significantly save your effort .
Large build volume 300*300*305mm, more space for creation, support various 1.75mm printing filaments like PLA/TPU/ABS/Wood/HIPS,etc. Widely used in toy, architecture, furniture, education, daily necessities and other fields.

Specifications:
Model: MEGA X
Plug: UK
Input Rating: 110V/220V AC, 50/60Hz
Technology: FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
Build Size: 300*300*305mm
Layer Resolution: 0.05-0.3mm
Positioning Accuracy: X/Y 0.0125mm, Z 0.002mm
Extruder Quantity: Single
Nozzle Diameter: 0.4 mm
Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
Print Speed: 20~100mm/s (suggested 60mm/s)
Moving Speed: 100mm/s
Supported Materials: PLA, ABS,TPU, HIPS, Wood
Ambient Operating Temperature: 8°C - 40°C
Operational Extruder Temperature: max. 250°C
Operational Print Bed Temperature: max. 90°C
Slicer Software: Cura
Software Input Formats: .STL, .OBJ, .DAE, .AMF
Software Output Formats: GCode
Connectivity: SD Card; Data cable(expert users only)
Machine Size: 500 * 500 * 553mm / 19.7 * 19.7 * 21.8in
Machine Weight: About 14kg / 30.9lbs
Package Size: 65.5 * 60.5 * 25.5cm / 25.8 *  23.8 * 10.0in
Package Weight: About 18kg / 39.7lbs

Notes:
4G SD card is included.
The color of 1kg PLA filament is random.

Packing List:
1 * 3D Printer Kit
Customer Reviews

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  • By j***a

    September 30, 2021

    After many hours of research on 3D printers, I finally decided to order this mega s from anycubic. It suits my desires completely. It took me about an hour to assemble as I read the manual completely before starting and kept referring to it all through the assembly process. It’s a very solid machine when complete and I was printing my first project 5 minutes after leveling the build plate. The roll of sample white pla(randomly send) has printed several models with about half the roll still remaining. That’s fantastic for this company. So far I have spent many hours learning the process and find that Cura is quite easy to work with, that’s quite a learning curve for this old (65yrs) guy lol. So far a very pleasurable experience. Will definitely recommend this to my friends.

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  • By k***s

    September 27, 2021

    so this printer is awesome. the rigid frame helps give this printer a great bit of stability. bed leveling is super easy if you follow the instructions. bed is great holds awesome well heated once it cools the print pop right off. this is capable of printing pla, abs, wood, tpu, and petg. the anycubic filiament prints great. good layer adhesion and fantastic finishes. if you are looking for a solid large for at printer this one is fantastic. this will be my new goto printer anything with size. quickly heats up the bed heats nice and evenly. highly reccomend to anyone.

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  • By f***n

    September 25, 2021

    This is a beast. I've had this printer for a week and it's ran non stop since. Assembly was fairly straightforward and required a little intuition to decipher the directions, but all in all, a pretty good experience for my first time with a filament based 3d printer (I have the Anycubic Proton S resin printer also). I've printed objects that took 30 minutes and objects that have taken 16 hours to complete and the quality has been very, very good. The big thing is leveling and keeping that bed level between prints. I usually re-level the bed after two or three runs, just to be on the side of caution. The nozzle/heating element seems to be good quality, I've not had any problems with it or the extruder- There's a small heat resistant plastic piece that keeps sticking to the end of the filament when I change out the reels, but the feeder does a great job and it doesn't take much effort to plug the small plastic guider back into the extruder. I love the machine and even though it lacks wi-fi I'm okay with running the SD card back and forth from computer to printer (I don't have it wired to any PCs at this time). The files read without issue from Cura after slicing, and in between each print for cooling til I can remove them from the patented glass plate (which is incredibly awesome-once the bed completely cools, a few small taps on the corners of the print release it easily from the bed) I usually load up the next file and slice it- It gives me something to do =). All in all, a great printer so far and under constant use. Highly recommend this printer to someone who's looking for BIG print beds with minimal electronic component understanding (the assembly is very minimal). I really hope you consider Anycubic as your choice for a printer- These guys are good. Thanks!

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  • By a***l

    September 20, 2021

    I originally started out with a Creality CR-10 and spent over a year and a half trying to get it to work correctly for me. Eventually I gave up and moved on to prusa which still to this day I feel like it was a great decision. I didn’t want to trust another purchase of amazon and thought the only way to go about 3D printing would be to purchase directly. I heard from some friends later on raving about their anycubic mega X and I decided to give it another go. Anyone in the community familiar with Telli will know that guy loves his Mega X and I trusted his opinion on it. So glad I did. I can trust again! You need to take the time to get it calibrated but when you do you’ll realize it’s worth it. I am getting some of the best prints I’ve ever seen first hand. I can even print full helmets again. The one thing to note is my experience with their support and employees. Honestly, some of the best customer service I have ever received. If you have questions they have answers. They take feedback from the community and implement. I’m happy to own my mega X and if I can convince my wife to get more I will definitely be doing so!

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  • By d***s

    September 19, 2021

    I received my Mega X two weeks ago today. I have been printing a lot and enjoying getting into 3D printing. I printed the test owls the first night and have been downloading items from Thingiverse. The assembly is a snap. I had problems getting the filament to load but after that been printing fine. I started getting fans noise during initial turn on from the power supply fan and contacted Anycubic support. They answered my question within hours which is pretty good when contacting China. They are shipping me a replacement, so far so good.

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  • By j***s

    September 15, 2021

    For Beginners: I would say this is an excellent printer for beginners. The build size for the price is very good, and it does well out of the box. Assembly is also easy compared to other printers or even higher end printers. Setup: very quick and easily. A handful of bolts, and you are done. I was printing within 15 minutes of opening the box Tech Support: I’ve read a lot of things about poor tech support online. I personally have only needed to reach out once, and have only had good experience. I needed a replacement part. It was out of warranty by a couple month, the offered a very decent discount on a new part instead. Print Quality: The quality is very good for the price point. And there are lots of aftermarket mods to help improve it further. But like all printers, one of the biggest impacts on your print is YOU. Learn how to calibrate and tune the printer, learn how to use your slicer and how setting affect print quality. Ask questions in the online communities. It’s ok to fail. Fail just stands for First Attempt In Learning. Noise: It is loud. Noise from the fans and the motors. You can still hear behind a closed doors but it isn’t terrible. And there are modifications you can make so it will run pretty close to silent. Overall: It’s a solid printer. And if you want there is a great community to show you how to upgrade and make it better. You may quickly find yourself wanting to upgrade to a bigger machine, if you want to do larger objects. When I do, I’ll most likely buy another Anycubic.

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  • By j***s

    September 15, 2021

    For Beginners: I would say this is an excellent printer for beginners. The build size for the price is very good, and it does well out of the box. Assembly is also easy compared to other printers or even higher end printers. Setup: very quick and easily. A handful of bolts, and you are done. I was printing within 15 minutes of opening the box Tech Support: I’ve read a lot of things about poor tech support online. I personally have only needed to reach out once, and have only had good experience. I needed a replacement part. It was out of warranty by a couple month, the offered a very decent discount on a new part instead. Print Quality: The quality is very good for the price point. And there are lots of aftermarket mods to help improve it further. But like all printers, one of the biggest impacts on your print is YOU. Learn how to calibrate and tune the printer, learn how to use your slicer and how setting affect print quality. Ask questions in the online communities. It’s ok to fail. Fail just stands for First Attempt In Learning. Noise: It is loud. Noise from the fans and the motors. You can still hear behind a closed doors but it isn’t terrible. And there are modifications you can make so it will run pretty close to silent. Overall: It’s a solid printer. And if you want there is a great community to show you how to upgrade and make it better. You may quickly find yourself wanting to upgrade to a bigger machine, if you want to do larger objects. When I do, I’ll most likely buy another Anycubic.

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  • By j***r

    September 13, 2021

    This is a great printer but you need to accept some easily repairable issues. I'm sure someone has gotten one with zero issues but that wasn't me. Firstly the parts cooling fan rattled. Second the power supply fan is now failing, that started about a week after I got the printer. Anycubic is really fast to respond and supply replacement parts but you are going to have to swap them out yourself. Now the good, this is built like a Ford pickup it's a very solid printer with a full metal frame. The touch screen is very nice and serves the purpose. The build plate is second to none, it adheres your models very well when hot and they nearly fall off when cool. The print quality is nice but will require you to tune using your slicer unlike a standard page printer. The learning curve was steep but after a month I'm quite comfortable. I've run many filament brands and two types PLA & PETG and both print well. I had issues with bed leveling but after I installed Marlin 1.1.9 firmware that became a non issue. I studied long and hard before buying this machine and have no regrets at all and neither will you. I'm sure my next printer will be an Anycubic also.

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  • By k***.

    September 9, 2021

    I have owned many printers over the years and still do. Some have worn out or did not meet expectations. The Anycubic Mega X is NOT one of them! I have owned this printer for nearly 3 months now and I normally choose to wait for a 6 month period before writing any kind of review. But this printer has proven to be rock solid and true work horse in a short amount of time! The assembly is super simple and easy to manage, to be honest, it took longer to remove the gantry, base and parts than it did to put it together. Plug in a few connectors that are color coded along with the power cord and you're ready to go once the bed is leveled. Even that is really quick and simple with the nice large turn knobs.

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  • By h***a

    September 9, 2021

    The Anycubic Pro is a major improvement over the Anycubic Mega-S. It is noticeably quieter, the main supply fan is silent until a print starts and is still very quiet. Printing is very quiet except when doing infill, during which it emits a loud grinding noise. The filament dispenser has an improved design and is much better and easier to load. Oddly, it dispenses filament in 10mm steps and not continuously. The bed heater cable is tied to the bed lift spring which interferes with turning the leveling wheel, just untie it. It is unlikely to cause a problem. The laser attachment is held on to the extruder assembly by magnets and a single set screw. I found it annoying to have to swap out a cable, but probably too expensive to add another cable. The laser worked well with only two adjustments to be made, focus, and intensity. Eye protection is provided. A spare hot end is provided as well an assortment of tools. Overall it is a good printer. But not exceptional.

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  • By k***.

    September 8, 2021

    What a great buy! I purchased my Mega X for $420, there was a promotional coupon for $80 off. I have to say im absolutely blow away by how rock solid this printers frame is and the quality of the prints i am getting from it (see photos attached). Un-boxing and set up was simple, a few screws to attach the Z axis to the base and your good to go. Take the provided SD card and install Cura on your PC, Configure Cura for the Mega-x's dimensions (Basically modify the i3 mega printer profile) then follow the steps on importing the provided PLA mega-x tuned profile. Once this is done you can slice your favorite files and save them onto the provided SD card. Head back to the machine level the bed and fire off your first print! I used the provided spool of white PLA and ran a 38 hour print from myminifactory.com by David Östman his Deadpool Bust (Classic Edition). As you can see in the photos it turned out fantastic. I then switched to some bronze zyltech PLA and printed Jukka Seppänen's model of The Once and Future King. Again this print turned out amazing and came out super clean with no stringing :) Some quick positive take away's from the Mega-X is how easy it is to level the bed and print, how easy it is to slice your files, and the fact that this machine has thermal runaway protection enabled from the factory along with a practical filament run out sensor. As of right now i have nothing negative to say and look forward to putting many hours of use on my Mega-X! Any cubic has knocked it out of the park again and again! Keep up the good work and production of quality machines for a decent price.

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  • By e***r

    September 8, 2021

    First of all, the price is excellent. For about $500 I got a quality printer with a heated bed that is super easy to use. It was easy to put together, and it is as close to plug and play as you can get without having a one button “ print the thing you are imagining” feature. Maybe they will have that in a future update. Becoming an even bigger fan of anycubic. I have used the Chiron and predator before, but I think this is my favorite of the three. I haven’t made my way through all the bells and whistles, but I wanted to write this review as soon as I could. The only trouble I had putting it together was when I dropped a little screw and took about 5 minutes to find the darn thing. That might be a comment more about a messy floor than a fault in the printer though. We have been printing face shields for hospital workers so I didn’t want to fool around with a long set up time. I took it out of the box, put it together and had my first print done in a matter of hours. It didn’t take long to tweak settings to optimize the print either. My favorite part of this printer is still how the print is simple to remove once it cools. Anycubic has nailed that. And this printer size is giant compared to other printers in this price range. We will make good use of this printer.

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  • By m***o

    September 7, 2021

    I work with 3D printing at a major university in New Jersey. Bough this printer for our lab, has been doing an amazing job so far (since November 2019). Creates strong, accurate and beautiful models. I've used mostly PLA, but have also printed successfully on flexible TPU and ABS. Great features: - My favorite: glass-bed requires no glue, models stick strongly to it, but are magically released when it cools down, regardless of size. - Nice touchscreen interface, allowing for adjustment of temperatures and speed mid-print. - Filament detection, power outage restart. - Super easy to assemble and adjust. I only had to do bed leveling twice: out of the box and after changing the nozzle to 0.6 mm (MUCH faster prints). - Changing filaments is really easy, you can simply pull them out while pressing the lever on the extruder. Slight cons: - Only accepts large SD cards formatted in old FAT format (not FAT32), or direct USB to computer (no USB flash drive). No WiFi either, but that is easily solved with setting up Octoprint or similar. - Somewhat loud fans (they can be replaced) and irritating beep at startup. Summary: it works really well and is super cheap, get one and start making things. Or even better, get the larger Anycubic Mega X (300 x 300 x 305mm).

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  • By m***5

    September 7, 2021

    I'm hard on 3D printers. I buy cheap ($300-$500) ones and run them to death. Then I donate the bones to the San Diego Library's Maker-Lab for them to fix. I have also tried upgrades, and concluded they are difficult and unnecessary if you buy the right machine. The Anycubic Mega S is "The Right Machine". Here's why: 1. It heats up to 260 C. WITHOUT an expensive all-metal hotend upgrade. 2. The new Mega S model has a much better extruder than the original I3, for the same price. 3. The heated bed gets to 90 C easily WITHOUT a MOSFET upgrade. 4. They include an extra set of nozzles (0.4 to 0.8...a $30. value) and a completely assembled EXTRA hotend. Because you will want to mess with this printer like an erector set. And it STILL works after you, uh...take it apart. But then buy ANOTHER one because it just prints EVERYTHING (filament) so damn well. The second one, does not need upgrading, is what I'm saying. It just works great. I tried a custom-built $1300 American-made printer that sadly was no better, looked great, but just didn't run well and got a refund. This printer has nice little touches and is a tank.

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  • By j***d

    September 4, 2021

    I am using this printer to make model parts for a mining scene. I also have a resin printer, but with larger objects, the Mega S takes the cake. The rock crusher was printed in fine detail, and after rusting you can't really see the filament lines. Previous to this printer, i had a dual extruder from another company. It now sits in the corner. The print bed on this printer is great, no more glue sticks, no more blue tape. Just remember to clean off the build plate with alcohol after each print and you will be fine. I did have an issue where the surface of the build plate came off with a print that was really stuck to the base. Anycubic's technical support is great and took care of me! I also had to cut the ziptie wire support from the build plate, as it was turning the leveling knobs while printing. Again, tech support helped and now I have no further issues. If there was anything i guess i didn't like, it would be that the SD card slot is too close to the spool holder. Putting an SD card in upside down within that space isn't super easy, but not hard. I think it would be nice if the card slot was in the front. Its a solid workhorse, it has printed 23 hours straight on a large piece without an issue! I wouldn't hesitate to buy this printer again.

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  • By j***d

    September 4, 2021

    I am using this printer to make model parts for a mining scene. I also have a resin printer, but with larger objects, the Mega S takes the cake. The rock crusher was printed in fine detail, and after rusting you can't really see the filament lines. Previous to this printer, i had a dual extruder from another company. It now sits in the corner. The print bed on this printer is great, no more glue sticks, no more blue tape. Just remember to clean off the build plate with alcohol after each print and you will be fine. I did have an issue where the surface of the build plate came off with a print that was really stuck to the base. Anycubic's technical support is great and took care of me! I also had to cut the ziptie wire support from the build plate, as it was turning the leveling knobs while printing. Again, tech support helped and now I have no further issues. If there was anything i guess i didn't like, it would be that the SD card slot is too close to the spool holder. Putting an SD card in upside down within that space isn't super easy, but not hard. I think it would be nice if the card slot was in the front. Its a solid workhorse, it has printed 23 hours straight on a large piece without an issue! I wouldn't hesitate to buy this printer again.

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  • By m***f

    September 3, 2021

    I was looking for a 3D printer for casual/hobby use so the price and reviews of the Mega-X drew me in. Having done a lot of research on inexpensive 3D printers I was prepared for "average" print quality and lots of fiddling with the printer to get it working well, however I was really blown away by the quality of my first prints! The printer worked perfectly out-of-the-box and within hours I was downloading and printing various objects from Thingiverse and soon designing my own. So far I've only printed PLA and PLA+ filaments... I haven't had a need for specialized filaments like ABS or TPU. The collection of tools and spare parts that came with the printer were a nice bonus. Even the owner's manual was clear and helpful, though it would be nice to have information on care and maintenance of the machine (e.g. when and how to oil/grease/tighten various parts).

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  • By m***f

    September 3, 2021

    I was looking for a 3D printer for casual/hobby use so the price and reviews of the Mega-X drew me in. Having done a lot of research on inexpensive 3D printers I was prepared for "average" print quality and lots of fiddling with the printer to get it working well, however I was really blown away by the quality of my first prints! The printer worked perfectly out-of-the-box and within hours I was downloading and printing various objects from Thingiverse and soon designing my own. So far I've only printed PLA and PLA+ filaments... I haven't had a need for specialized filaments like ABS or TPU. The collection of tools and spare parts that came with the printer were a nice bonus. Even the owner's manual was clear and helpful, though it would be nice to have information on care and maintenance of the machine (e.g. when and how to oil/grease/tighten various parts).

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  • By b***i

    September 2, 2021

    Stop looking at other machines this is the machine you are looking for. If you are looking to buy your first 3D Printer: This is the printer you should get. If you already have a 3D printer and looking to add to your collection: This is the printer you should get. If you have another printer but it is not very good: This is the printer you should get. If you are debating whether you should get an Ender 3 or this machine: This is the printer you should get. You are not going to find a better printer at this price point. Period. This machine is actually underpriced for the quality it outputs.

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  • By z***m

    September 1, 2021

    Just getting into 3D printing and this is an amazing printer. I had many concerns as 3D printing certainly seems more like an art than science. So far I've only printed using PLA and PETG however this printer always comes through. I've done at least a hundred hours of printing if not more and even when I seem to mess up some of the slicer settings I somehow manage to still get a decent print. I was very worried about taking the leap into 3D printing; I am so glad I did and very happy I picked AnyCubic. Only thing to note is I made a point to print some feet to raise it up (you can find them on thingiverse) and I stuck two AC Infinity 140mm fans under the unit (towards the front on the left and right) in order to give the power supply and control board extra cooling.

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