ANET A6 DIY 3D Printer Kit - Metal + Acrylic Frame, Multiple Filaments, 100MM Per Second Print Speed, Windos Mac + Linux Support
The Anet A6 is yet another iteration of the Prusa i3. It boasts various improvements in printer structure and function for little difference in cost. The A6 retains the Anet A8’s large print area and NEMA 17 stepper motors. The MK3 hotbed and extruder are also shared with the Anet A8. The majority of the similarities end there. The A6 comes equipped with a sturdier frame and axes to ensure durability several years down the line. The larger screen with a rotating knob makes navigating the menus a breeze. A slight improvement in print size is also helpful for bigger projects. The printer was designed with the user in mind. Part placement is intuitive and straightforward, and the board comes prelabelled with all you’ll need to know. The firmware provides an interface that is easy to navigate. As always, this printer can be controlled using RepetierHost or independently using a GCODE file and a micro USB card. Technical Specifications: Frame Material: Acrylic XY Axis Accuracy: 0.012mm Z Axis Accuracy: 0.004mm Number of Extruders: 1 Extruder Diameter: 0.4mm Max Print Speed: 100mm/s Max Print Size: 220x220x250mm Nozzle Temp.: Adjustable, Maximum 250C Hot Bed Temperature: Adjustable, Maximum 100C Heating Plate Material: Aluminum Printable Materials: PLA, ABS, HIPS, Wood Poly, PVA, Nylon Filament Diameter: 1.75mm Data Input: microSD or USB
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Great 3D printer. Comes in flatpack form so requires assembly. That is good though because that is part of the fun!
This printer is working really well and I haven't had any problems with it.
Good build quality and design.
Video of printer in action here: https://youtu.be/gyhoLpoADUE
Not really a bad point, more a note: You need to buy some filament before you can start printing as it does not come with any.