Brand new to printing, first machine the mono was receive a couple weeks ago. This machine came professionally packed, set up took a few min and I was up and printing. The detail in the print is amazing, clean up negligible. I am beyond impressed, now I am wondering what the difference between the 2k mono and the 4k mono x really would be? Stl by Asgard rising printing by D.schimpf
I researched, reviewed and learned about a few printers for a couple years. Used a PLA for some things but was never satisfied with miniature prints. Anycubic Mono came out, reviews were good and they had a sale, I could not be more pleased and satisfied!! The prints are incredible, detail amazing, print time is fast, software is easy to use, and the only setting I changed was a little longer base exposure time. It prints perfect right out of the box! This is the printer I will buy again and recommend to anyone new or seasoned to 3D printing!!
Recommended. this is my new favourite printer. ideal for new users and old users. its very easy to set up. bed leveling is a breeze. the build quality is fantastic. manual and instructions are easy to follow and you will be printing in no time. good pdf file on how to use the software and how to set up prints. i can't find any faults with this machine. it prints great and fast. i used anycubic black with a exposure time of 1.2 seconds up to 2 seconds per layer when testing the printer. my longest print took 4 hours. that would have taken 10 hours on my other photon. this machine is a game changer. in fact the whole mono range is well worth the money and the quality is mind blowing. this machine will cover all your needs. you need some miniatures for the game later tonight. standard 28mm models can be printed in just over an hour. price this machine is great 200 pounds. 260 us dollars etc you won't find a better resin printer for this price. the new mono range should be the be in everyone hobby shop. Photos of some prints. remember these are close up shots and the models and don't do the models justice. they look so much better for real when in your hand. 8 sided dice for scale. photo 1 is a calibration test. reason i have posted this. is i have never had all the pins show on all my other resin printers. the backboard has holes i am blown away with the details this printer can print at. photo 2 and 3 this model was printed at 50mm the amount of fine details on her armour and belt buckle i just have no words. took 2 and a half hours to print. photo 4 and 5 this took just over 4 hours to print. again the details looking forward to painting this in a nice marble effect. side note. any barking on the models you see would vanish if i used Anti Analysing but i forgot to set it up. but if these prints where undercoated for painting the barking effect would vanish. all i have done with the painting was a light dry brush directly on the prints.
i made a video showing the quality of the prints on this machine. the failed models are forced user errors during testing. i explain why they failed. this has nothing to do with the machine. the machine works perfectly. but i wanted to share them with you. i have found this machine to be perfect as stated in my last comment https://youtu.be/Y2aSqEHvi34