3D printing is becoming more and more popular with more and more efficient models on the one hand but also more and more economical.
If you were waiting for a low-cost opportunity to equip yourself, perhaps the latest production from Anycubic, the Anycubic Mega Zero may be the right one. In any case level price, the manufacturer hits hard with a price of $149.99 at Gearbest which launches it exclusively, in addition from a European warehouse.
The Anycubic Mega Zero is a 3D printer model to assemble in a fairly simple way and of a fairly traditional general design.
Its frame is aluminum and the whole appears very stable. The spool holder is placed above the printer. Its dimensions are 504 mm × 396 mm × 607 mm for a weight of 6.4 kg.
The printing volume is good, 22*22*25 cm with a non-heating plate. This is not compulsory for PLA, TPU, HIPS, PETG or even wood filaments, but this limits the risks of delamination. The quality of the tray coating will be a point to check during a test of the Anycubic Mega Zero. The test prints presented on the page are envious. The indicated speed is 20 to 100 mm/s with a recommended speed of 60 mm/s.
Steering is done by a side block with screen and rotary control. A microSD card reader allows you to place your models. The power supply is external via an adapter.
In terms of firmware functionality, there is a recovery function in the event of a power failure. The manufacturer also communicates on a simple leveling function. I hope to have the opportunity to test this inexpensive Anycubic Mega Zero.