Anycubic Mega Zero 2.0 Test

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This allows you to eliminate beating, thereby increasing the quality of printed models. The fastening of the table belt and the horizontal axis is carried out using a rigid fastener. While this makes it more difficult to tension the belts, these belts are taut enough out of the box. Therefore, re-tensioning is only needed when replacing the belt. It is quite unexpected to see a variation of the BMG extruder in a budget printer. Thanks to two rotating gears, the possibility of slipping or chewing plastic is completely eliminated. This will help when printing flexible and slippery plastics such as TPU or Neylon. Moreover, the transparent body allows you to see the operation of the extruder. At the outlet there is a standard fitting, into which a tube leading to the hot end is inserted. A variation on the classic E3D V6 is used as a hotend. The model is cooled by a “snail” measuring 40 x 40 mm. The heater wire is connected to the filament feed tube along its entire length. This reduces the likelihood of wire chafing at the inlet to the carriage box. The Anycubic Mega Zero 2.0 is an improved version of Anycubic Mega Zero. One of the most important differences between these two printers is the delivery format: while the first version was almost completely disassembled, the second version is delivered almost completely assembled. Thanks to this, printing can start 5-7 minutes after opening the box. There is also a change in the the table mechanics.