Anycubic Test Print File

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  • After bed calibration it is time time to print something.Anycubic has prepared and sliced a model with two owls which you can find on the SD card from the printer package.
  • This is how the test file looks like in the Cura slicer.
  • Before printing anything you need to prepare the 3D printer.Put filament roll on the filament holder and take it through the filament run-out sensor.
  • Apply pressure – Push this part with a finger counterclockwise and push as many filament as you can through the extruder and bowden tube.
  • Now is time to move filament through the nozzle.Anycubic i3 Mega S has already defined procedures like filament in and filament remove and we will use them.Click on Tools in the LCD menu.
  • Click on Filament In.This feature heats up the nozzle to 230°C and it starts pushing filament in until you press STOP.Press STOP when the filament starts flowing through the nozzle.
  • Insert SD card from Anycubic into the printer.You can locate SD slot next to the filament holder.
  • You will see only this file from your original SD card.Click on PRINT.
  • As you can see in this picture, bed has already reached desired temperature – 60°C.Extruder is heating up at the moment to 200°C.Once the temperature is achieved, printer will home to (x, y, z)= [0, 0, 0] and will start printing.
  • Very carefully watch the first layer.If the nozzle touches the bed, you need to press STOP on LCD and recalibrate your bed.
  • Fast assembly, super-convenient auto-levelling system and some top features make the Anycubic Vyper 3D printer sound like one of the best 3D printers under $400 and a great alternative to Creality CR-6 SE.
  • But a closer look at this FDM machine reveals its pros and cons and sets a question whether it is designed for newbies or meant for advanced users only.
  • Gambody has received another home 3D printer for testing.
  • This time, we will review the Anycubic Vyper 3D printer with a fantastic auto-levelling system.
  • Many 3D printing enthusiasts have heard about this latest machine offered by Anycubic, and many of those who have tested it praise it.
  • Thus, it becomes interesting to look at the Vyper specs, compare its price and run test prints of demo and premium quality 3D printing models.
  • Besides, the upcoming partnership between Anycubic and Gambody promises many fantastic 3D printing bundles for enthusiasts who love working with highly detailed STL files and the best 3D printers.
  • The official website offers the latest Anycubic Vyper 3D printer at $359 as of September 2021.
  • It is more expensive than the price of Longer LK5 Pro ($297 when on sale), Creality Ender-3 V2 ($279), ELEGOO Neptune 2 ($179) or Voxelab Aquila ($169) (you can read the Voxelab Aquila review in our blog).
  • Yet, it is cheaper than Creality CR-6 SE ($379-$399) or Anycubic Mega Pro ($399 when on sale).
  • So, is it indeed the best 3D printer for the money or not?
  • The quick shipping time amazes many users.

How do I open a STL file?