ANYCUBIC Mega-S New Upgrade 3D Printer with Extruder and Suspended Filament Rack + Free 1kg PLA Filament, Works with TPU/PLA/ABS

July 17, 2019 - Comment

More Features: – Bigger build volume, offer large print space with the same machine size. – Wide range of printable materials, such as PLA, ABS, HIPS, PETG, TPU, Wood. – Solid metal frame and dual Z axis make it more stable, higher precision and quieter when printing, doesn’t take up a lot of space. –

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More Features:

– Bigger build volume, offer large print space with the same machine size.
– Wide range of printable materials, such as PLA, ABS, HIPS, PETG, TPU, Wood.
– Solid metal frame and dual Z axis make it more stable, higher precision and quieter when printing, doesn’t take up a lot of space.
– TFT 3.5″ touch screen, easy operation and instant previews of 3D model files, full color with user friendly, multi-language, various functionality.
– The slicing software is very easy and default setting for the Mega S printer without waste your time to change settings.
– Filament changing with the press of a button the printer can feed filament to the nozzle and vice versa.
– The instruction booklet including a lot of helpful information, from bed leveling, slicing set up, print parameters to a bunch of troubleshooting tips.
–  Comes with so many additional accessories which save your time when you really need, also cost-effective. 
– Details determine quality, everything is wrapped and packs in foam keeping safety without any loose or rattling around inside box.
– Reasonable cost for the beginners and good performance for the enthusiasts.
– If you want something that will get you reliable prints without spending hours on assembly and troubleshooting then this is the printer to buy.

Product Features

  • ※ Works Out of the Box:3 steps to set up the printer with fix 8 screws within minutes not only to an expert user but also to beginner.
  • ※ Updated Extruder: Taitan extruder with its solid filament drive and overall mechanical design compatible with most filaments, reduced the clogging risk and improve printing accuracy.
  • ※ Anycubic Ultrabase:Patented printing platform with excellent adhesion whilst printing and pop off like they were never attached to the bed once it cools down.
  • ※ Filament Sensor & Large Built Volume:The sensor pause prints and set off an alarm when you run out of filament which saves time and cost , printing volume reach 8.27 x 8.27 x 8.07 inch
  • ※ Warranty & Technical Support: We provide one year warranty and lifetime technical assistance. There also has a growing user community to sharing their successes and trials on Facebook, Reddit, and Youtube, which very helpful to beginners even seasoned users.

Comments

Anonymous says:

My Fifth 3D printer is my SECOND Anycubic Mega. And it’s the best one yet! 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…

Anonymous says:

Can’t go wrong for the price This printer is mostly assembled – just a few screws and you are in business. My main printer is a prusa mk3. The Anycubic does not have the same print quality, it is MUCH louder, its base is not as good, it is not as fast – but it is close and less than half the price. I prefer the prusa edition Slic3r over the included Cura software (both are free). I get higher quality prints with Slic3er, mostly from better retraction control. That may just be because I’m not adept at Cura. The bed is…

Anonymous says:

Quality control appears to be a recent problem Let me start off by saying that normally I love the Anycubic printers. I have owned several i3 Mega’s and wanted to try out the Mega S. So I ordered one and it worked great. I found myself needing a new printer, so I decided to go with Anycubic again.I got the Mega S in a couple weeks ago. I set it up, leveled the bed (was already pretty close) and hooked it up to my windows machine running Repetier Server. I sent one of my files that I normally print. And waited. About 5 minutes into the…

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