ANYCUBIC Vyper 3D FDM Printer
Anycubic Vyper--Equipped with a new 32-bit motherboard and a high-performance Cortex -M3 architecture main control chip, Vyper features faster-computing speed and a smoother system. The integration of the TMC2209 silent driver makes the motherboard have both silent printing and precise voltage output control, which ensures more accurate and silent printing.
This Printer is often compared to the Creality CR-6 SE as they are both identical when compared side by side. If you have any questions, please let us know, and we will be happy to help.
- Printing Technology: FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
- Build Volume: 245mm(L)×245(W)×260mm(H)
- Print resolution : ±0.1mm
- Positioning accuracy: X/Y 0.0125mm; Z 0.002mm
- Extruder number: Single; Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm
- Print Speed: ＜180mm/s (recommended 80-100mm/s)
- Support filaments: PLA, TPU, ABS, PETG, Wood
- Ambient Operating Temperature: 8°C - 40°C
- Operational Nozzle Temperature: max ≤260°C
- Operational Hot Bed Temperature: max ≤110°C
- Slicing Software: Cura; Output Formats: GCode
- Input Formats: .STL, .OBJ, .AMF
- Connection mode: Trans-flash Card; USB cable(expert users only)
- Input voltage: 100V/240V AC, 50/60Hz
- Output voltage: 24V/14.6A（350W）
- Machine size: 508mm×457mm×516mm
- Package Weight: Machine weight: ~10kg
This was my first FDM printer, after doing lots of research. I wanted some thing with automatic bed leveling and easy print removal, and early video reviews looked very promising. I received my printer and made sure to update the firmware before leveling the bed, to prevent breaking the sensor, which was one of the issues that emerged soon after they begin to ship. My experience was very good, and using Some diagnostic prints, I was able to tune the machine And print at .16 mm layer height, which yielded very nice results. These are some of the most accurate, precise prints I have ever achieved on an FDM printer. Be sure to switch to the correct voltage and update the firmware before you do anything else, and be sure to copy the contents of the SD card that ships with the printer to your computer, and then drag the G code files back onto the SD card root Drive. Those are some of the simple steps you can take to have a good experience. I am planning to get a second Vyper as soon as I can afford it, and in the meantime, it is performing above my expectations, using eSUN PLA+ filament. I have been printing for three weeks and have only had to level the bed once. I’ve already gone through two spools of filament, With excellent results. Very very happy with this purchase.