Anycubic Download

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Photon Workshop is a 3D slicer software, It converts the stl/obj/xxx files into *.pws or *.photon files which can be read by Anycubic Photon printers. We will update our open-source information on Github, please click HERE to get more information. Download the software then install it on your computer. Choose Your Machine, Click The Menu Configure/Machine/Photon (S).

Open files (.stl/.obj) . Scale / Rotate / Move the model (Optional). Slice and save as a sliced File (.pws/.photon depends on your machine. Copy the sliced file to a usb disk flash, and then insert the USB to Anycubic Photon 3D Printers to print.

GPU must be supporting At LeastOpenGL 3.3or above. Memory Should be at least 8 G Or above. For Windows, You Can Download and Checkout The OpenGL version.

For MacOs, You Can Install OpenGL Extensions Viewer in App Store. Some Computer May Have Two Gpu Card, please choose a card with a higher GL Version.

Anycubic is the firmware that works with the Mega 3D printer. Mega is popular as a budget printer, which is why many small-scale businesses in need of 3D printing have come to love it. The Anycubic firmware enables the printer to work better with more functions, stability, and return speed. As the manufacturer releases newer updates, the firmware gets better at performing functions and introduces newer features and improvements.

Mega is one of the most well-known 3D printers, popular for its high-quality printing ability despite its price. The printer features a sturdy frame, enough building space, semi-automatic bed leveling, and is compatible with different kinds of filaments.

The Customized Marlin Firmware for Anycubic i3 Mega 3D Printer

Understanding Firmware Updates

Mega comes with parts included from the factory and its components are manufactured using quality materials.
Other features that help to include overall performance include a mechanical filament sensor, an ultrabase heated bed, an auto-resume feature in case of a power outage, and a fast and responsive user interface.
It is essential to perform periodic upgrades on your printer in order to improve printing standards and match the market competition.
A firmware upgrade or replacement is usually one of such upgrades.
However, one challenge to using Mega is that it can be hard to change its hardware or firmware since it is not open source like some other 3D printers.