“As far as low-cost desktop DLP 3D printers go, the Anycubic Photon DLP 3D Printer has emerged as one of the most appealing options on the market. Anycubic has a reputation for building reliable and affordable printers like the Anycubic i3 Mega FDM 3D printer. When it comes to the price, the Anycubic Photon is no exception – it’s one of the cheapest DLP 3D printers out there.

The Anycubic Photon DLP is generating some serious buzz across the community, and for good reason. Priced about $500, this machine is a potential game-changer for the SLA/DLP desktop 3D printing sector. But talk is cheap; we wanted to see this 3D printer in action.”

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Printer Specifications

Printing Technology: LCD-based SLA 3D Printer Rated Power: 40W​
Light-source: UV integrated light(wavelength 405nm) Printer size: 220mm*200mm*400mm
XY DPI: 47um (2560*1440) Printing volume: 115mm *65mm *155mm
Y axis resolution: 1.25um Printing material: 405nm photosensitive resin
Layer resolution: 25 ~ 100um Connectivity: USB
Printing speed: 20mm/h Package Weight: 6.6kg

Photon Printer Settings

Try our UNICAL™ Calibration Model

If you’re trying Monocure 3D Resin for the first time or have just got a new printer, you’ll need to tweak your slicer settings to ensure perfect synergy between our resin and your printer. The most efficient way to achieve this is by using a Calibration Model. These small, intricate models are quick to print. To calibrate your printer using the UNICAL™ Download the STL model here and for step-by-step instructions on how to use the UNICAL™ head to our 3D Calibration Model Page.