Anycubic Launches 3D Printers at TCT Show 

The 3D printer maker targets technological innovation across the light curing 3D printer sector.

The 3D printer maker targets technological innovation across the light curing 3D printer sector.

Mono X Pro, an Anycubic Cloud platform-based 3D printer. Image courtesy of Anycubic.

Anycubic, a 3D printer brand, features the Anycubic Cloud platform-based Photon Mono X Pro, the Digital Light Processing (DLP)-based Photon Ultra and the upcoming FDM 3D printer Vyper. 

“The three new printers have expanded the horizons of the 3D printing equipment market while widening the application of 3D printing technologies,” says James Ouyang, vice president of R&D at Anycubic.

The newly released Anycubic Cloud platform-based light curing solution comes with features including model library, cloud slicing, cloud printing, file transmission, remote monitoring, equipment management and online upgrade. The Anycubic Cloud platform-based Photon Mono X Pro redefines the light curing 3D printing experience by virtue of a 64-bit high-performance mainboard, according to the company.

Anycubic has also rolled out Photon Ultra, launched with Texas Instruments. Photon Ultra is a new 3D printer that uses DLP technology.

“By combining DLP technology with Anycubic's uniformly distributed and stable UV light source, Photon Ultra enables high precision and fast printing,” Ouyang adds.

In addition, Anycubic also plans to roll out Vyper, a new FDM 3D printer with an intelligent leveling system that enables one-click leveling and printing by automatically leveling the hotbed. Vyper's printing platform uses a new process combining a scratch-resistant coating with spring steel that resists deformation, even in high-temperature environments. The new user interface is easy to use and switches between Chinese and English. Vyper offers a higher printing speed (up to 100 mm/s) than conventional 3D printers of the same quality.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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