3D printers sound amazing in theory: affordable, sustainable, and relatively easy to use, they appear to be the perfect way to turn complex creative designs into reality. However, in reality, most come with a truckload of drawbacks. For one, many 3D printers are slow, imprecise, and expensive even when you try to print on the cheap. Most are also tricky to use, especially for beginners.
But what if a truly user-friendly, fast and precise 3D printer came onto the scene?
Anker, a trusted electronics company, recently revealed its first-ever 3D printer – AnkerMake M5 – that promises to cut printing time by 70% and make the entire 3D printing process much simpler.
AnkerMake M5 3D Printer Features
- PowerBoost technology
- HD touchscreen
- PEI soft magnetic plate
- Broken material detection
- Automatic print resume after an outage
- Easy 3-step assembly
- Hub connects multiple devices
- 235x235x250 mm print volume
- Alerts and notifications
- Low noise operation
5 Times Faster, Extra Intelligent
This 3D printer brings a lot to the table: easy setup, 7×7 auto-leveling, PEI soft magnetic printing bed, broken material detection, PowerBoost technology, and much more.
Everything about this printer is user-friendly. The setup is simple and quick: you will only need about 15 minutes. It works at 250 mm/s, which is excellent for more demanding projects where you need a smoother finish. For projects in which speed is the priority, it can print 10 times faster. Quite impressive!
AnkerMake M5 also boasts a built-in AI camera recognition system that constantly monitors the printing and alerts you in case it detects a problem. It also automatically creates a timelapse of the process, so you can brag about your projects on social media. You can remotely monitor the printing using the mobile app: a real timesaver as you don’t have to stand by the machine and wait for your project to be completed.
It is equally suited to total beginners to 3D printing and those already experienced (and frustrated) with other printers on the market.
The printer comes at an early bird price of $499, so now is the time to grab one for yourself. The shipping is planned for November.
Learn more at Ankermake.com.