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Anycubic sale slashes up to $330 off its Photon 3D printers

Anycubic Mono Se Kit
Anycubic Mono Se Kit (Image credit: Windows Central)

Anycubic Photon Deals

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Anycubic, maker of some amazing printers like the Vyper , i3 Mega and their Resin printers like the Photon Zero, Photon Mono and more, are back to give you some unbelievable deals on their resin printers. These deals are for the US only and are available up until February 17th.

Starting off with the big deal, the Photon Mono X can be had for just $429 (opens in new tab), a whopping $330 off of retail price. The Photon Mono X is a midsize resin printer with a build volume of 120x192x245mm, a great 4K monochrome LCD panel for fast layer times, and if you can get it to work, WiFi connectivity.

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Anycubic Photon Mono | $70 off (opens in new tab)

Anycubic has released a resin printer which has no serious defects, isn't a pain to use and has a very easy to use slicer with preconfigured profiles for its own printers, holding your hand all the way.

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Anycubic Photon Mono X | $330 off (opens in new tab)

The Mono X is a fantastic mid-sized resin 3D printer capable of some beautifully detailed prints. It offers a great balance between size and cost but needs a bit of fine-tuning to get it perfect.

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Anycubic Photon Mono SE | $190 off (opens in new tab)

Anycubic has released multiple printers aimed at different markets, and while some are for the hobbyists, the SE is aimed directly at commercial businesses. It's really great for that purpose too.

Next is the Photon Mono SE down to $239 (opens in new tab), a savings of $190. The Mono SE is a smaller resin printer much more akin to the frist generation, with a build volume of 130x78x160mm you aren't going to be building large items on this, but with the mono screen you get all the benefits as you do on the larger machines, and with the flip up UV screen the Mono SE is a bit of a tank compared to the flimsy plastic ones of nearly every other machine in this price point.

Bringing up the rear is the Photon Mono (opens in new tab), a printer with a slightly larger build volume than the SE, with 130x80x165 you arent going to be buiding large items, but the design here is more inviting than the SE. the Yellow acrylic cover might be more flimsy and the UV cover will get messy, but some people do prefer being able to remove the lid entirely for maintenance on the machine. This is down to $199, a saving of $70 from MSRP, a nice little machine to get started on for sure.

Lastly is the Wash and Cure Plus machine, something that we consider a must have for resin printers for safety. The Wash and Cure Plus is the larger version of the Wash and Cure Machine, and can fit items built on the Photon Mono X as well as all the smaller printers. this is down to $229 (opens in new tab), a $20 saving but as we stated, this is an item we think is non negotiable for safety.