Founded in 2015, Anycubic has become a popular choice especially for 3D printing hobbyists thanks to its various 3D printing desktop solutions, both in resin 3D printing and FDM. Though the company currently offers about 12 printers, we decided to take a closer look at some of their popular offerings to understand better what distinguishes them. The Photon series is Anycubic’s resin 3D printing desktop option and with printers starting at only $99, it is certainly affordable for people looking for a reliable printer that can make high-detail parts. Consisting of about 7 printers currently, the machines use an LCD-based SLA 3D printing method, meaning that it cures resin using an LCD screen. The FDM printers might also be interesting for those who need a larger build volume as most of the current solutions are larger than their SLA counterparts. Let’s take a closer look at some of the top FDM printers currently being offered by Anycubic. As with the Photon range, Anycubic notes the possibility for high quality, accurate printing thanks to a high printing resolution. Though it is a bit more expensive than some of the other printers offered by Anycubic, starting at $329.00, it makes up for it in accuracy and its silent 3D printing, which makes it ideal for a home or office.

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