So excited to show you my review of the Anycubic i3 Mega: https://goo.gl/z1hbjk
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In this video I will review the Anycubic i3 Mega from Gearbest. The parcel was nicely package with foam covering the entire printer. It’s the perfect printer if you
wish little to no assembly time. It literally takes 5 minutes get started!
It features a very responsive touch display and a nifty device that automatically makes the 3D printer pause when you run out of filament. Speaking of filament, the Anycubic
printed amazingly with ABS. This was a huge surprise and totally made me more intrigued to use ABS in the future. The first print was a golden fox and turned out amazing
as well. However, the printer didn’t handle flexible filaments very well. It was not able to put down a nice continous stream of filament. Nylon worked great though!
The heated bed reached a maximum temperature of 105°C after 15 minutes. The bed is rather slow, but does reach the high temperature necessary for ABS. The electronics
appeared to be very nice as well. A fused AC connection that was properly grounded and crimp connectors on the power supply. The connectors were glued and wires
was bundled together, overall a very pleasant experience!
Even though the Creality CR-10 has a much larger printing volume (300x300x400mm vs 220x220x205mm), I would still recommend the Anycubic because of the incredibly
easy assembly, safe electronics, good ABS prints, high quality prints in general and the printer is very silent at only 50dB. The CR-10 is my favourite printer, but
this comes a close second. If money is an issue, the Anycubic is a little bit less expensive, so that’s something to keep in mind.
STL files used in this video:
-Fidget gear: https://goo.gl/arGT46
-GoPro handgrip: https://goo.gl/8ce8mX
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