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Anycubic Kobra (FDM/FFF)

(7 customer reviews)

299.00 

🚚 3-7 Days Delivery – All Europe

  • Leveling: 25-point automatic leveling
  • Panel area: 7.95 in² / 51.3 cm²
  • Filament run-out detection: optional
  • Printing material: PLA / ABS / PETG & TPU
  • Nozzle size: ø 0.4 mm (replaceable)
  • Nozzle temperature: ≤ 500 °F / 260 °C
  • Hot bed temperature: ≤ 230 °F / 110 °C
  • Average speed: 2.0 – 3.1 in./s /5 – 8 cm/s
  • Control panel: 4.3 inch LCD touch screen
  • Z-axis: single threaded rod
  • Print size: 9.8 x 8.7 x 8.7 in. / 22 x 22 x 25 cm (DWH)
  • Printing volume: 3.20 gal. / 12.10 L
  • Machine dimensions: 48.6 x 43 x 48.6cm
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Description

Anycubic Kobra (FDM/FFF)

Being the smallest brother of Kobra series, the Anycubic Kobra does not have nothing to envy. It is able to print up to 12 L of volume, like most of the FDM 3D printers. It comes with everything you need to assemble the printer and get it running. It has a significant difference from their brothers, it uses a direct extrusion system which makes helps you to avoid stringing and to print all the different filaments on the market. You will not have to worry about un-sticky first layer, thanks to the steel magnetic platform your prints will stick while running. Just bend the steel platform and it will release easily! In addition, the auto levelling built in system aids you to achieve stable prints with low calibration maintenance for high quality prints.

 

Technical Specifications

  • Leveling: 25-point automatic leveling
  • Panel area: 7.95 in² / 51.3 cm²
  • Filament run-out detection: optional
  • Printing material: PLA / ABS / PETG & TPU
  • Nozzle size: ø 0.4 mm (replaceable)
  • Nozzle temperature: ≤ 500 °F / 260 °C
  • Hot bed temperature: ≤ 230 °F / 110 °C
  • Average speed: 2.0 – 3.1 in./s /5 – 8 cm/s
  • Control panel: 4.3 inch LCD touch screen
  • Z-axis: single threaded rod
  • Print size: 9.8 x 8.7 x 8.7 in. / 22 x 22 x 25 cm (DWH)
  • Printing volume: 3.20 gal. / 12.10 L
  • Machine dimensions: 48.6 x 43 x 48.6cm

 

Key Features

  • The self-developed Anycubic LeviQ function will automatically compensate the unevenness of the heated bed. With a 25-point smart and precise calibration, leveling your heated bed has never been so easy.
  • Integrated direct extruder provides greater (conveying) force and preciser (filament) control. Compatible with flexible materials, the printer can reduce jitter in filament transmission and ensure printing precision.
  • After printing, the models can be removed by gently bending the spring steel magnetic platform. The platform can withstand high-intensity printing and is corrosion free, saving you a lot of maintenance cost.
  • 220 * 220 * 250 mm print size is enough for daily and household use, providing you larger printing space and more choices of creation.
  • The maximum printing speed is 180mm/s (Average speed is 80mm/s, 167% faster than competitive products). Faster speed enables you to enjoy more joy of 3d printing.
  • The printer is equipped with 4.3-inch LCD touch screen, which brings sensitive response and brighter display, offering better using experience.
  • Modular design allows the printer to be assembled only in 10 minutes, which is very easy to use.
  • The printer weighs only 7kg, which is lightweight and portable.
  • Anycubic provides various kinds and colors of filaments, which has even and smooth output, giving you more choices for your creativity.

 

List of materials kobra

 

Additional information

Brand

Anycubic

Print Volume (mm)

220 x 220 x 250mm

Printing Materials

PLA, TPU, ABS, HIPS, PETG, Wood

Technology

FDM/FFF

Printing Volume

12 Liters

Print Speed

100mm/s

Max. Extrusor temperature

260ºC

Max. bed temperature

110ºC

Layer height

0.05mm

Auto-levelling

Yes

Extrusion system

Direct Drive

Enclosed

No

7 reviews for Anycubic Kobra (FDM/FFF)

  1. Dave N.

    I bought this printer based on a friend’s recommendation and I’m glad I did.I’ve heard it described as similar to an Ender 3, with all the after-market bells and whistles you’d want to add on already included. This includes things like a heated bed, self-leveling, dual z-screws, print cooling fan, removable magnetic spring steel bed plate, led light on the print head, and others.Pros: Very easy to set up and assemble out of the box. This was my very first 3D printer, and assembling it was no problem. My first test prints came out beautifully using the default settings, and I’m able to consistently get good results with the defaults (with one exception, described below*). It also plays well with Cura.Cons: The default touch screen interface can be a bit fussy. Specifically, you can’t access stl files in subfolders on the SD card – they all have to be in the root directory. This may have been fixed by now. There’s also a community-created firmware update that apparently fixes this problem and adds access to some additional features, though I haven’t tried it.* The problems I’ve had I attribute primarily to user error and my own learning curve using a 3D printer. Specifically, I’ve had some problems with print bed adhesion when printing PLA objects that have a small surface area touching the bed. (This is a common problem, not unique to this printer.) To save yourself some headaches, make sure you set the printer up somewhere with a stable temperature (preferably against an interior wall, and definitely not under a window like I first did!) Mine seems to like the room to be 73F or warmer. Protect the printer from drafts (avoid windows and heat/AC vents). Lastly, I had good results setting the initial bed temp to 64C and the regular bed temp to 62C. Again, that’s when printing PLA objects with small area of contact with the print bed. For larger objects you should be able to use the defaults. I’ve never had bed adhesion problems with larger objects.

  2. Jason P. Wissner

    This is my 2nd 3D printer. From my past experience, the auto-leveling feature alone makes this one of the easiest, best 3D printers you can get. The print quality of my first print is outstanding, mainly because the plate is perfectly level. I will likely get another Anycubic printer to double my capacity.

  3. angel jacobo conde pereira

    I purchase this printer recently and I was in awe. I purchased other printer before from a different brand and all the time I thought it was me the one not doing it right. After spending 10 min assembling the equipment, which was very easy, I set it up and in 15 min I was printing. The automatic bed leveling is super good and the adhesion to the bed just perfect. It is super quiet and fast and even comes with a lamp so you can see the progress of the print. Touchscreen is friendly and intuitive. I recommend it for beginners like me!

  4. Emmi EllamiEmmi Ellami

    Update: From 3 stars to 1 starThe magnetic bed cover broke after just a few uses. I am very disappointed in this purchase.If you want something that is *okay* and will save you money, I guess, go with this. Especially if you plan to print primarily in PLA. I primarily print in ABS and have been using 3D printers for 2 years going on 3. This printer is tricky to work with for ABS. Anycubic will tell you all these awesome filaments their machines work with but leave out how difficult it is for some of them to print it. If you’re going to or want to print a whole lot of ABS, go with the i3 MEGA S instead. This printer is printing small test prints pretty well, but once you start putting bigger files that have more curves to them, you run into big problems.BAD INSTRUCTIONS! – While it is extremely easy to set up in less than 30 minutes, the instructions are incomplete to where to put a couple of the wires.JUNK WIRES! – Just putting the axis at home made two of the wires pop off. Consider upgrading pieces or use a strong glue to hold them in place if you’re brave.Also, the box it came in? Had one short measly piece of tape across the top and my package was delivered opened because the rain got under the tape and there wasn’t enough tape to really stick down to the cardboard to begin with.There was already blue PLA in my nozzle, I am sure it was just to test the machine and make sure it runs… however, it would have been smart to clean it out before sending to a customer. We don’t all like PLA.The good: the print resume feature, the easy leveling, slightly bigger build surface than other machines in it’s price range, you can change nozzle temp while it’s heating up(this is especially helpful if it won’t keep a consistent temperature, you can actually slice your file to be a higher temp then change the temp on the printer when it gets to the one you want, this way you aren’t waiting more than 5 min for it to heat up and be ready.)The bad: the menu knob(would rather the touch screen, the knob isn’t always feasible when you need to make quick selections), the very simple-minded menu, flimsy bowden tube, not doing well with ABS, noisy, not printing files from certain slicers, packed terribly, some prints that print immaculately on other Anycubic printers look like a hot mess on this one, incomplete instructions, bad/loose/cheap wires.If you are buying this to use for a business and are a beginner, I will tell you right now, it’s not as easy as other reviewers have made it seem. I am only one filament type in. Maybe the printer doesn’t like this one? I will update if anything starts to get better…. looking like a possible return already, sadly. Probably going to get an Ender3 or Prusa Printer next. GOOD LUCK TO ALL OF YOU WHO FELL FOR THE REVIEWS LIKE I DID! I don’t know what kind of magic the people in the reviews are working but it must be good! lol

  5. johnjohn

    Unfortunately the first one I recieved was damaged during shipping, thankfully they ship and deliver incredibly fast, but i can’t hold it against anycubic. This thing was easy to put together, level the base, and print. I did have to unbolt and spin the top crossbar as the holes for the reel was on the side of the power supply. I just got this so I’ll let you know of any changes. The owl was my first try, but I did take a little time leveling just to be sure it was on. Also snuged the thumb screw at the protruder but barely. Good price with endless possibilities. You can get basically any file online with a little searching. It’s quiet for what it’s doing. I also want to mention that I run the mega zero 2.0 on a dedicated circuit in my home, due to all the heaters and motors it has to draw some amps. One big problem is in the instructions they leave out which plug goes where, ones labeled E and they don’t specify two of the labeled plugs, but if you look at the picture closely you can determine which goes where, and if you happen to plug it in wrong out won’t hurt anything, it just won’t calibrate “home-all”. I’m super happy so far.

  6. Sean SSean S

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     Printer Hardware: This is the second anycubic product I’ve had and they just keep getting better! This design is very smooth and durable, the metal axis bars really make it easy to print things especially with large travel inbetween objects. The stepper motors are an obvious bonus because it makes these machines very silent. I have three printers in my laundry room and this makes a big difference. Also, the larger leveling dials make it very nice to level precisely.Assembly: From the second I took it out of the box to first print it took me 28 mins flat! Fastest and easiest printer to assemble and operate. The spin dial is very easy to navigate and as long as you follow the directions on the initial setup to print and get filament through the extruder is very easy.Print Quality: Very smooth. In the initial print you can see how seamlessly the printer extruder glides along the x-axis. I like to print some game pieces and with some other printers I can’t print more than one tile at a time, but this printer travels quickly and allows me to mass-print things while still maintaining quality. The layers are perfect and just like any computer, based on what the user tell the 3d printer to do. So before you start complaining that the printer won’t work properly, make sure you are using the correct settings, because everything is printing perfectly on mine! 10/10 would recommend this and have already recommended it to my friends and family.

  7. Tyson GalovichTyson Galovich

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     I have this printer for about over a month. It was pretty easy to assemble and the instruction was ok. There are some things that could be fixed but for the most part, it is pretty straightforward. There are some great features that the first one didn’t have like the heated bed and the leveling corners function. The magnetic bed works awesome. I have been using it to print different calibration cubes, benchies, and fun things. Once you find out the best slicer program for you it works great (I used Cura with Mega Zero printer settings). I feel like it prints pretty awesome for a budget 3d printer. There are better printers out there but for the price and what you get, I think it is a pretty good deal. The best print I had was the pop socket holder and the benchy on the right. I had to find the best setting for it. If you are looking for a 3D printer to start learning or just get into it, this printer is differently a candidate for you.

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