Anycubic Photon Mono Usb Format

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I looked through the FAQ and the beginners guide and did a little bit of googling but how should i format another usb flash drive to be used with my new photon mono?

I've been using the usb drive that it came with but it doesn't have very much memory and I've heard that other people have had mixed results with the stock flash drive later on in it's life and would like to just avoid it as a potential trouble shooting thing I might have to do.

Anyway I've got a 16gb extra flash drive but no prints I've put on it are showing up on the print menu on my 3d printer, there are no folders or sub folders on the drive just a single print right now and it wont show up.

It's currently formatted as Fat32. Also the printer appears to have put a history.bin file on it so I know it did interact with the drive in some way. The print quality you get from a resin printer is excellent, but I always thought the resin 3D printers are too small.

When larger format resin 3D printers like the Anycubic Photon Mono X were announced I knew I need to get one.

While the Mono X was not my first option (I was planning to get the ELEGOO Saturn) I thought I would give it a go. Here’s my experience with it. The Anycubic Photon Mono X was delivered in a much bigger box than I was expecting.

It has ample protection on all sides, with carboard and plastic corners to protect it during shipping. If you don’t want to spend 15 minutes unboxing the box (like I did) I recommend you open the box from the bottom.

It’s much easier. With the Anycubic Photon Mono X, you get the following accessories:. Metalic spatula. 3 pairs of gloves.

3 resin filters. Aluminum build plate. Quick start guide. No USB drive is included with the printer, so you will need to supply your own. The Anycubic Photon Mono X is composed from two sections.

The metallic base and the top transparent plastic cover which is made from a single piece injection-molded plastic. Some early units had issues with the cover where cracks were developing on some of the corners but mine seems to be fine after around three weeks of testing.

I would have liked to see a small rubber gasket around the bottom of the cover, to help trap the resin smell inside the print chamber, but this is not present.