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Anycubic Kobra Max (FDM/FFF)

(8 customer reviews)

539.00 

🚚 3-7 Days Delivery – All Europe

  • Leveling: 25-point automatic leveling
  • Panel area: 7.95 in² / 51.3 cm²
  • Filament run-out detection: support
  • Printing material: PLA / ABS / PETG & TPU
  • Nozzle size: ø 0.4 mm (replaceable)
  • Nozzle temperature: ≤ 500 °F / 260 °C
  • Hot bed temperature: ≤ 194 °F / 90 °C
  • Average speed: 3.1 – 3.9 in./s /8 – 10 cm/s
  • Control panel: 4.3 inch LCD touch screen
  • Z-axis: single threaded rod
  • Print size: 17.7 x 15.7 x 15.7 in. / 45 x 40 x 40 cm (HWD)
  • Printing volume: 19.02 gal. / 72.0 L
  • Machine dimensions: 72 x 71.5 x 66.5cm
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Description

Anycubic Kobra Max (FDM/FFF)

Anycubic Kobra Max is one of the biggest 3D printers at a reasonable cost. With more than 70 Liters of printing volume, you will be able to print a custom helmet in one single piece. It comes with everything you need to assemble the printer and get it running. The Volcano-style hot-end provides a smooth and clean extrusion with a Bowden system that helps the printer to achieve high precision movements. You will not have to worry about un-sticky first layer, thanks to the coated glass bed your prints will stick while running. Just let the glass cool down and it will release on its own! 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: support
  • Printing material: PLA / ABS / PETG & TPU
  • Nozzle size: ø 0.4 mm (replaceable)
  • Nozzle temperature: ≤ 500 °F / 260 °C
  • Hot bed temperature: ≤ 194 °F / 90 °C
  • Average speed: 3.1 – 3.9 in./s /8 – 10 cm/s
  • Control panel: 4.3 inch LCD touch screen
  • Z-axis: single threaded rod
  • Print size: 17.7 x 15.7 x 15.7 in. / 45 x 40 x 40 cm (HWD)
  • Printing volume: 19.02 gal. / 72.0 L
  • Machine dimensions: 72 x 71.5 x 66.5cm

 

Key Features

  • The size increased again, reaching to 400*400*450mm. Creating a world for imagination to run wild.
  • Anycubic LeviQ leveling can automatically compensate the hot bed unevenness. Leveling and printing can be completed with one button, simple operation and great user experience.
  • Double thread Z-axis moving parts to reduce printing wobbles.
  • The printer is equipped with a responsive 4.3-inch LCD touch screen which has a full color display, making navigation easier.
  • 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.
  • Modular design allows the printer to be assembled only in 10 minutes, which is very easy to use.
  • The print bed locks parts down during printing when hot, and after cooling parts can be took off easily. It can be used repeatedly without loss of performance.
  • Equipped with a filament runout sensor, it can monitor the supply of filament intelligently. If your printer runs out of filament, it will automatically stop without losing your printing progress.
  • 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 max

 

Additional information

Brand

Anycubic

Print Volume (mm)

400 x 400 x 450mm

Printing Materials

PLA, TPU, ABS, HIPS, PETG, Wood

Technology

FDM/FFF

Printing Volume

72 Liters

Print Speed

100mm/s

Max. Extrusor temperature

260ºC

Max. bed temperature

90ºC

Layer height

0.05mm

Auto-levelling

Yes

Extrusion system

Bowden

Enclosed

No

8 reviews for Anycubic Kobra Max (FDM/FFF)

  1. Mandalores Mercy

    This is a clear upgrade from my Mega S/P I was trying previously, it is sooo much quieter and I can keep it in the same room as my home office without issues. The direct drive extruder took some learning as it was new to me, but after I got my print settings dialed, Z offset dialed in for bed adhesion, now I am getting some great prints! To note, I am a beginner with 3D printers but am an engineer. The decently compact size fits well within my limited space. The magnetic steel PEI bed is wonderful as well. I have only printed from a few PLA rolls so far, but have had no issues. I will move to trying PETG soon.

  2. KberkelKberkel

    This is my first 3D printer, I had zero printing experience before getting this. I do have CAD experience.Initially I was worried that a $300 printer just wouldn’t perform well, since $300 seems to be a “budget” printer.After using for one week, I am just amazed this thing only costs $300.I’ve already cranked out some 24 hour prints (like the vase), and I’m just baffled when I wake up the next day and it’s still printing absolutely perfectly.Highlights:- PLA prints effortlessly. No clogging, no defects. Matte PLA prints very smooth. Eryone’s Silk PLA ends up with a cool machined look.- I’ve had trouble with ABS, but that’s to be expected. Need some practice with different settings.- Auto leveling is great, I’ve only leveled a few times, and really haven’t seen the need to do it continuously.- Cura is fantastic, I can’t believe it’s free.I had one screen freeze, I think I was in the middle of inserting filament and then inserted the memory card, then I could press buttons but nothing would happen. I just ended up telling myself to finish one task before starting another, never happened again.Really impressed, I just hope it lasts a while.

  3. mario villalpandomario villalpando

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     After printing with my MSLA for a while, I wanted to be able to get an FDM printer too. The mega zero 2.0 had just came out and seemed to be a really good price for something with a built-in heated build plate. I wanted to be able to print ABS in the future as well so this was a no brainer!The printer came very close to being fully assembled and only took about 5 minutes to set up, and another 10-20 to tighten, level, and adjust to my liking. I selected the included owl model and raised the temperature of the nozzle high enough to melt abs. NO OTHER CHANGES WERE MADE! The part printed perfectly with out much work at all. Right out of the box working really well.Other pros are that the printer is relatively quiet, easy to work with, software is included, and there is a lot of online support. I have upgraded to a flexible build plate but the original would be fine printing with PLA. The latest cura required some custom inputs but that would be the case for any printer.I have attached photos of the shipping package, the printer assembled, the first print, and the second print I made. I also included a time lapse. The included model only took an hour to print and came out awesome.This printer is good bang for buck and comes with everything you need including tools and SD card and adapter. The interface is easy enough and hope firmware updates are continually released. For my first FDM printer, this was the right choice.

  4. Bill

    This was easy to assemble in about 20min. Printed the sample owl model first time with no issues.Great printer and the self leveling wired great and saved a lot of setup time but you need to know how to generate a model, how to set up the slicer software (no included) to work with the printer and how to design the support raft. I have been using a 3D Cubix and a few other printers and so far find this a great low cost printer.

  5. displayName

    Amazing! WAY better than my Ender 3 v2.Seriously a plug and play unit. So easy and it just works, no hassles, no tweaking, just load your gcode and away you go.

  6. Mark B. Heller

    I bought 2 of these about a month apart. The 1st one worked right out of the box so I ordered a 2nd one and it too worked right out of the box.These are incredibly quiet and have a massive build volume. The print quality is incredible. I’m using Simplify3d for my slicer and had to make my own profile but they make an awesome combination.

  7. Juan J. Tapia

    Years ago, I bought two 3D printers… long story short, I sold them because I was too lazy to deal with leveling and calibrating the machine. The story and experience are completely different with the Kobra; granted, there is some tweaking involved but it is not a headache like it was before. This 3D printer is excellent and worth every penny. The auto-leveling is a game-changer. Also, the instructions are very clear on assembling it and figuring out some issues. For a beginner like me, this is the perfect machine. Don’t forget to load the profile into CURA and add the supports to your models; that was the only issue I had with more complex prints. But pretty much it just works as advertised; very easy to use.

  8. Iseeyouwiththis

    A few bolts and parts to put together, and started printing pretty quickly.The only thing I would do is make sure the bed is parallel to the X Gantry. There is a couple of hex bolts to loosen, use a block or something as a gauge between build plate and gantry. Tighten bolts back down and your bed is now parallel to the x-axis….or level.Other then that you print right out of the box but larger builds are going to suffer if you don’t level it.

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