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Anycubic Kobra

Build Volume: 220mm(L)×220(W)×250mm(H) Print resolution : ±0.1mm Positioning accuracy:  X/Y  0.0125mm Z  0.002mm Extruder number:

Anycubic Kobra Plus

Build Volume: 300mm(L)×300(W)×350mm(H) Print resolution : ±0.1mm Positioning accuracy:  X/Y  0.0125mm Z  0.002mm Extruder number:

Anycubic Kobra Max

Build Volume: 400mm(L)×400(W)×450mm(H) Print resolution : ±0.1mm Positioning accuracy:  X/Y  0.0125mm   Z  0.002mm Extruder

Anycubic Photon M3

System : ANYCUBIC Photon M3 Operation :2.8 inch color TFT Screen Software : ANYCUBIC Photon
Which is better ABS or PLA?

These are different plastics for different tasks. And you can not say that one is better than the other. For each specific task, you just need to choose the right plastic, taking into account the requirements.


PROS: It has better flexibility, heat resistance and is easy to process.

CONS: has shrinkage, less interlayer adhesion (may crack). May emit an unpleasant odor when printed. Shrinkage makes it difficult to print large parts.


PROS: It has great strength, hardness. Virtually no shrinkage, easy to print. Eco-friendly, does not emit unpleasant odors when printing.

CONS: low heat resistance. Difficult to process due to hardness.

How to paint printed products?

Acrylic paints can be used for painting finished products. They can be purchased in the form of cylinders in construction and auto stores. And in the form of paint sets for drawing in art salons.

Nitro paints can not be used - they damage the plastic.

Alkyd paints cannot be used either - they do not stick to the surface of plastic parts.

What plastic diameter to choose 1.75 mm or 2.85 (3.00) mm?

There are two plastic standards used in 3D printers today, these are 1.75 mm and 2.85 (3.00) mm.

Is there a difference, and what to choose?

There is no difference when printing.

If the printer is equipped with a Bowden extruder (this is when the feed motor is located on the printer body), then the use of 2.85 (3.00) mm plastic allows the use (with the necessary settings) of rubber-like types of plastic.

For 3D printers equipped with a Direct extruder (the vast majority of them), there is no difference between the plastics used.

95% of all 3D printers are built for use with 1.75mm filament. Therefore, new types of materials are produced primarily with a diameter of 1.75 mm. Filament, 2.85 mm in diameter, is produced, usually after a while.

That's all the features.

How many 3D models can be printed from 1 kg of plastic?

It all depends on what filling to print the model with. If you print a large (about 20 cm) part with 100% infill, you can use up a whole coil. But mostly non-monolithic parts are printed.

For decorative details, the percentage of filling is 10-25%.

For functional 30-50%.

Here, the well-known boat, 60 mm long.


The weight of the printed model, when filled with 20% - 12.5g. That is, from one kilogram of plastic, you can print 80 such boats.


Anycubic 1.75mm PLA Filament

Material: PLA Diameter: 1.75±0.002mm Total length: 340m around Net weight: 1kg/spool Hardness: HRC105-110 Nozzle temp: 190-230℃ Hotbed temp: no heated/50-80℃ Tensile strength: ≥55MPa Density: 1.25g±0.05g/cm³ Bubble: No bubble

Anycubic 1.75mm Silk PLA 3D Printer Filament 1KG

Gleaming. A silky touch and a long-lasting shiny glow with fewer visible layer lines, leaving

Anycubic Flexible Tough Resin

High Rigidity and High Impact Strength Parts printed with Anycubic Flexible Tough Resin are crash-proof

Anycubic DLP Craftsman Resin Package

Precision Matters High Accuracy | DLP Exclusive | Long Shelf Life Resin Matters When discussing

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