Anycubic Mega S 3D Printer
£ 250 .00
- Build Volume: 210*210*205
- Software: Cura
- Frame: Metal frame
- Layer Thickness: up to 0.05 mm
- Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm
- Recommended filament: PLA
- LCD display: Yes
If you buy this product 30% of the profit will be donated to Eworld Kids Foundation
Mega S by Anycubic is an incredible, easy to use FDM 3D printer perfect for students and classroom use. It uses a wide variety of filament to print the objects and is highly accurate in details and delivers amazing printing quality, with layer resolution down to 50 microns. Superior Anycubic printing platform provides great adhesion when hot and easy removal when cold. In case of accidental power loss, Mega S continues to print from the last point, which saves you time and filament, and in the end the overall cost so you don’t miss any deadlines. Filament sensor provides high quality printed objects, thus prevents broken or badly printed models and simultaneously saves you time.
- Mega S provides 3-step easy assembly for your convenience, where all you need to do is put the parts together and fix them in place.
- The very durable solid metal frame of Mega S contributes to a very stable structure and reduces shakes during printing. This makes it a perfect 3D printer to use in classrooms, dental Industry, architectural design, etc.
- Mega S has a titan extruder, which makes printing that much better and precise. The new V5 hot end with a straight-through design provides clogging-free, fast and accurate printing.
Convenient filament rack
- Simple and beautiful one-piece hanging design feeds the filament smoothly, plus filament storage is more comfortable.
- TFT full colour, multi-language touch screen LCD monitor with a user-friendly UI makes this printer convenient and easy to use.
- Resumes from accidental power loss by just one click, thus saving you time and money. Plus, this printer pauses automatically in case the filament runs out or breaks.
- M5x 8 Screw, 10pcs
- M5x 5 Screw, 2pcs
- Plier x1
- Filament Holder x1
- Filament x1
- User Manual x1
- Extra Limit Switch x1
- Power Cord x1
- Data Cable x 1
- Gloves x 2
- Memory Card x1
- Card Reader x1
- Tool Kit (Screwdriver, Adjustable Wrench and Hexagon Wrench)
- Extra Print Head x1
- Tweezers x1
- Shovel x1
FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
210 x 210 x 205 (mm³)
X/Y 0.0125mm, Z 0.002mm
20-100mm/s (suggested 60mm/s)
PLA, ABS, TPU, HIPS, Wood
110V/220V AC, 50/60Hz
Cura, Smplify3D, Repetier-HOST
.STL, .OBJ, .DAE, .AMF
SD card; Data cable (expert users only)
405mm x 410mm x 453mm
|Ambient Operating Temperature
8°C – 40°C
|Operational Extruder Temperature
|Operational Print Bed Temperature
Additive manufacturing or 3D printing is the technology where a three-dimensional object is being printed, layer by layer from a CAD model. Each 3D printer operates with special software, and the 3D models to print can be either downloaded or designed.
There are many different ways to carry out the printing process itself. The main distinctive feature between different printers and technologies is the thickness layer - the thinner the layer, the better and smoother the end product. The difference may be between a couple of millimetres to a couple of microns.
There are many areas of use for a 3D printer, from creating a home decore to education and industries. When it comes to industries, a 3D printer can innovate the production process of individual parts, bringing new materials to light and lifting the level of quality.
3D printers can easily be used by tech-fans, people who like building models, cars, aeroplanes, and others, and also by those who see it as a fun hobby. Most intricate models, the smallest parts, and complicated shapes can be printed.
Many various 3D printing processes exist. The first one ever created was SLA. However, the most commonly used one today, especially for educational and home use purposes as a desktop printer is the FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling). They are comparatively cheap and easy to use, hence their overwhelming popularity.
The most commonly used materials are plastics that include PETG, ABS, and PLA. Of course, many other materials can be used in 3D printing with FDM technology; however, their use depends on the printer itself and its ability to process them.
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