I was skeptical at first because of the price. I’ve also never used an SLA printer. I’m sold forever. I can’t imaging using another type of printing. The detail is unbelievable. Setup took under 5 minutes, and most of that time was me looking for stuff. I highly recommend this printer, particularly for high detail parts.
Been printing with filament for a while, but wanted an upgrade for little detailed pieces. The price was right, so I decided to get my feet wet with the Zero. The quality of prints is great, and using it was a lot easier than I expected (I did pick up a wash/cure too, which took a lot of the work out of the post-processing). If I had anything bad to say, it's that now that I've seen the quality difference between filament and resin with my own eyes, on the same stl file, I realized I'm going to want a larger model very soon to keep up with my printing pace. For a first machine though, the price is killer and the prints are crisp. Excellent starter model.
Been using the I3Mega for years and love it. Got the Photon Zero to make more detailed prints and though there's a small learning curve it's doing exactly what I wanted. Only issue was the shipping process. FedEx is unreliable in my area and the website never showed the printer shipped. Ordered June 26th and got it July 11th. I ordered the Wash and Cure machine the same day (right before it went on sale), recieved a link for FedEx shipping but after researching discovered it was for UPS. But don't let that discourage you both machines are great and Anycubic is a good company that supports their products. Well worth the buy.
Beautiful looking and well-built paperweight that my kids bought me for Father's Day. Sadly, Anycubic does not ship the resin you order AND PAY FOR with your printer. I am stuck with a shelf ornament that I cannot use because I can't buy any resin locally.I had to spend $60 for resin on Amazon.ca that'll hopefully arrive in time for Father's Day. I'm $$#%^&^&* LIVID.