With a fully enclosed build space, interesting comfort features, and a very competitive price, thesoon became a runner-up in the low-cost market. In this "Review the Facts" article we take a look at its specs and features.
This printer from the Chinese company Anycubic was announced in February 2018 and came to market early April the same year. It is clearly inspired by the Zortrax M200 (review here), which is an excellent printer at a much higher price.
Please note that this is not a proper Anycubic 4Max review yet, as All3DP’s editorial team hasn’t taken an in-depth look at the printer. But we can provide you with insights on the specifications.
These are the specifications of the Anycubic 4Max (Formax) 3D printer:
This desktop 3D printer comes as a DIY kit that is relatively easy to assemble. It’s not as easy to build as the Anycubic i3 Mega (review here), as there are several more components to assemble (see image above).
There‘s an English documentation available, all the plugs and parts are clearly labeled. As usual, Anycubic even throws in some spares.
You should be able to assemble the Anycubic 4Max (Formax) in under 5 hours.
These are the most prominent features of the Anycubic 4Max (Formax):
Models can be loaded via an SD card. Alternatively, you can hook up the Anycubic 4Max to a computer and print directly from there.
When it comes to 3D slicing, the manufacturer offers a dedicated version of Cura on its SD card.
The printer itself is capable of producing prints as big as 210 x 210 x 300 mm. That‘s quite spacious for a $500 3D printer, but if you are looking for more build space, take a look at these large-format 3D printers.
You can order the Anycubic 4Max (Formax) 3D printer from most popular online stores. Currently, the price ranges between 400 and 500 US-Dollars.
This concludes our “Anycubic 4Max (Formax) 3D Printer: Review the Facts” article. If you have any comment, please feel free to add them to the comments.
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