Up until very recently, consumer-level stereolithography printers were essentially the unicorns of the 3D-printing world.
For years, there were only a few of them for sale to consumers, and they were typically far too expensive for most 3D-printing enthusiasts to afford. Thankfully, that’s starting to change.
Over the course of the past year or so, resin-based printers have begun to trickle into the consumer market with increasing frequency — and that includes a few highly affordable options. Case in point?
The Anycubic Photon, one of the first SLA/DLP printers to hit the market with a price tag under $500. But can a cheap printer really compare to industry standouts like Ultimaker, Lulzbot, and Formlabs? We took one for a spin to find out. Standout features and specs There are a few things that make this printer stand out from the rest of the pack. First and foremost, it’s a […]
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