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Anycubic Photon M3 Max (SLA/LCD)

(3 customer reviews)

979.00 

🚚 3-7 Days Delivery – All Europe

  • Exposure screen: 13.6″ monochrome
  • Printing accuracy: 6,480 x 3,600 px (7K)
  • Contrast ratio: 450:1
  • Light source: Parallel matrix (LED lights x 84)
  • Build plate: Laser engraved platform
  • Printing speed: ≤ 6 cm/hr
  • Control panel: 4.3″ resistive touch-control
  • Data input: USB-A 2.0
  • Rated power: 120W
  • Print size: 30.0 x 29.8 x 16.4 cm / 11.8 x 11.7 x 6.46 in. (HWD)
  • Printing volume: 14.7 L / 498.5 oz
  • Machine size: 59.6 x 40.0 x 40.8 cm / 23.5 x 15.7 x 16 in. (HWD)
  • Machine weight: 26 kg / 57.3 lb
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Description

Anycubic Photon M3 Max (SLA/LCD)

Technical Specifications

  • Exposure screen: 13.6″ monochrome
  • Printing accuracy: 6,480 x 3,600 px (7K)
  • Contrast ratio: 450:1
  • Light source: Parallel matrix (LED lights x 84)
  • Build plate: Laser engraved platform
  • Printing speed: ≤ 6 cm/hr
  • Control panel: 4.3″ resistive touch-control
  • Data input: USB-A 2.0
  • Rated power: 120W
  • Print size: 30.0 x 29.8 x 16.4 cm / 11.8 x 11.7 x 6.46 in. (HWD)
  • Printing volume: 14.7 L / 498.5 oz
  • Machine size: 59.6 x 40.0 x 40.8 cm / 23.5 x 15.7 x 16 in. (HWD)
  • Machine weight: 26 kg / 57.3 lb

 

Key Features

  • Unleash Your Imagination. Equipped with the industry’s first 13.6 inch large screen, building size of 298*164*300mm unleash your creativity and a whole new world of display.
  • Well-defined Details. 7K resolution and high precision ball screw Z axis rail, both make detailed printing experience.
  • Smart Resin Filling. New features live! Anycubic Auto Resin Filler helps resin intelligent filling and intelligent stopping after enough. Hands free resin filling. Rest without worries!
  • Foundation Is the Key. Repeatedly designing and testing laser engraved platform can significantly increase the adhesion of the platform and improve the success rate of printing.
  • Speed Up Your Experience. Anycubic LightTurbo light source system with the LED lights in matrix array make up a powerful light source, enabling fast printing.
  • Sharp Details Everytime. Contrast ratio up to 450:1, 125% higher than other resin printers (200:1), improves the details.
  • Save More Precious Time. The fastest printing speed can reach 60mm/h, and it only takes 2 hours to print the 12cm high miniarure, which is 1 hour less than the 3 hours printing of other resin printers.
  • Protect What Matters. Add dedicated and replaceable screen protector to protect the premium 13.6” 7K screen and feel relief.
  • Fully Compatible Slicer. Anycubic Photon Workshop is fully compatible with all Anycubic resin printers. It is also perfect for setting some parameter, and also saves the high amount of money spending on third-party slicing software, free and professional.

 

 

 

 

Additional information

Brand

Anycubic

Technology

SLA

Print Volume (mm)

300 x 298 x 164 mm

Printing Materials

405nm UV Resin

Resolution XY

7K

Printing Volume

15 Liters

Print Speed

50 mm/h

Layer height

0.01mm

Enclosed

Yes

3 reviews for Anycubic Photon M3 Max (SLA/LCD)

  1. Scott CampbellScott Campbell

    This printer is a huge step up from FDM/FFM (usually melted plastic) printers, but please take some time preparing before you start if you want a good experience. Anycubic support is excellent, and there is a large Facebook group full of Anycubic Photon owners willing to give advice and to help you troubleshoot any issues. The printer comes assembled, and isn’t difficult to level once you understand the process. Prints take a while, but I often go to work and come home to a full build platform ready for post-processing. What’s nice about SLA printing is that you can print a single piece or a full build platform, and it takes about the same amount of time if the layer height is the same.You’ll want to start right away, but take the time this printer deserves and become familiar with common issues and how to fix them. I found that most of the issues I experienced were related to leveling the printer as a whole (the feet on the bottom adjust), leveling the build platform (it has to be tighter than you’d expect, but be careful not to crack the LCD screen), and tension of the FEP film at the bottom of the resin vat (it should be tight, and almost feel like a solid surface).The resin is messy, often smelly, and you’ll be trading your time for some amazing quality prints. There are a few other items you’ll need before you begin printing. You need so many paper towels, high concentration isopropyl alcohol (isopropanol) – 90-99%, small cutting pliers for removing supports, 190 micron cone filters (to filter resin for re-use), and [optional]: a UV light, plastic or aluminum containers. Watch some videos of people printing, understand their process, and make sure you’re prepared with all the necessary pieces before you begin.Cleaning between prints takes some time, so don’t rush it. Unsupported islands and other operator errors can result in cured resin stuck to the FEP film. Understand what these are before you start printing, check your .photon files with the Photon File Validator, and it will be worth your time.Resin is expensive, but there are many tutorials to help you hollow models before you print. Don’t make the mistake I made and order a bunch of boring resin to print gray-scale prints. The opaque resins don’t give you quiet the ‘wow’ reaction that the others do. The Anycubic green is an excellent color, and you can’t go wrong with most of the translucent red/yellow/blue/green/clear resins.

  2. PeterPeter

    Absolutely Thrilled with this purchase. Finally I own and SLA 3d printer and it didn’t cost me “an arm and a leg” but you wouldn’t know that by looking at the prints.Having done some research prior to the purchase (price, build size, ease of use, support), I decided the Anycubic Photon was be the best choice vs some of the competition for all those reason plus a few more -Build quality, presentation and print results. This is a great looking machine, I was actually expecting something “cheap” and got something that feels like a well established product and not just the “new kid on the block”. From the packaging all the way down to the manual the Photon gives you quality you can see.My first prints were flawless though its more like beginner luck since once I got into trying “go all out” I ran into the learning curve associated with “supports” and printing large flat areas …its not as intuitive as FDM supports, but when you nail it… Well take a look at some prints.The most remarkable to me are the Lithophane pictures. These came out great, and since a ton of people have never even heard of the technique, seeing these prints really wow’ed people at work (I tried the same print on an FDM – its like comparing 1950’s TV vs HD). I even printed a few replacement parts for My FDM printer (the gears and Idler) – also great… However…. The standard resin is not too tough and can chip and crack so I won’t be using those parts like I wanted. As you can see everything looks great. The biggest problem I have run into is …running out of things I want to print. I’ve gone through (2) 1lt bottles of clear, (3) 1/2 lt of white and one 250mg of green with no signs of stopping in sight. Thingiverse has some nice things but Im looking to make things more like model kits its facts 2 of the picture of for parts of a model plane Im working on you will be able to see that these parts look like there are injection molded.My advice to anyone on the fence about buying this printer is, jump. If you’ve been 3d printing and you’ve been looking to up your quality or do some next level thing like casting start here. Well worth the money…. money?… this cost me less than my first RepRap, which took forever to dial-in and pales in comparison.Thank you Anycubic guys I can’t wait for some “tough” resin options.

  3. R MagidR Magid

    I have been into 3D printing for years now but only had experience with FFD printers so far. None of them can compare to the quality I have experienced with my very first print on this machine. I have only printed the test photon lattice cube so far but it shows me what can be achieved on this machine and tells me that if I fail a print in the future it is more likely an error in my design over the capabilities of the Photon itself. Having never used an SLA printer I was surprised that I was able to get a perfect model on my very first try. Something that I didn’t experience with my first FFD printer at all.The machine was easy to setup and there were clear instructions on what I needed to do to get the machine running. There is also an almost endless amount of online tutorials as well as facebook groups dedicated to these machines so there is always someone to help out.The machine itself takes only a very little amount of real estate on a table, far different from the large footprint of my other 3D Printers. It also seems to be much quieter then the other printers I have which is also a plus. There is a little bit of resin odors coming from the machine but nothing overpowering so far. I may look into ways to minimize that odors since I do have it in a small office.Overall I would say that is you are looking for an entry in SLA printing then you might want to give the Photon a look. The price of this machine had dropped pretty far from its inception but it doesn’t mean that the quality isn’t there. There are other fast/better machines from Anycubic but if you want a proven machine that doesn’t break the bank then think about giving the Photon a look. I’m glad I did.

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