Make All Your Christmases Be 3D Printed with Anycubic’s New 3D Printer Bundles (Save up to $200)

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Above: Anycubic new 3D printer bundle offers for Christmas/Image Source: Anycubic

After Halloween and Black Friday come the most festive and joyful occasion of the year – Christmas, the day we have been expecting for a long time and preparing with all our heart. Because there is one important thing we could never forget about Christmas – presents. With this in mind, Anycubic decided to prepare a list of truly special Xmas 3D Printer Bundle offer from Dec 15-Dec 27 for their beloved customers. Instead of traveling around to buy all the presents, you can get the most creative presents and best deals online. Head below for a great gift!

3D Printer Bundle

Anycubic Vyper Bundle

First to come on the 3D printer bundle list is Anycubic Vyper+2KG PLA+3 STL files. The biggest win for this FDM printer is its pro-level features for just an entry-level price. Its excellent auto-calibration and leveling function enables you to get the machine up and running just by one-button operation.The printer’s spacious build area (245* 245*260mm) and removable flexible steel build plate are capable of producing larger prints with consistent results.

This bundle is available at the price of just $367 instead of $447, saving up to $80.

Anycubic Photon Mono X Bundle

Next 3D printer bundle is Anycubic Photon Mono X+Wash&Cure Plus+3 STL files. Resin 3d printers have been smaller in size and higher in price. But the Mono X breaks new ground without making compromises: the printer is known for its high-quality print (Layer resolution: 0.01-0.15mm) and large build volume (192*120*245mm) at a decent price. While resin printing is still messy compared to FDM printing. Wash&Cure Plus, with a size of 290*270*490mm and a 360°auto-rotating curing platform, is a perfect solution for the post-processing of large prints that can clean and cure the models thoroughly in a short amount of time.

It is on sale for $638 at this Christmas from its normal $838 going rate, saving up to $200.

Anycubic Mono 4K Bundle

The last 3D printer bundle is Anycubic Mono 4K+Wash&Cure 2.0+3 STL files. As an improved version over the original Photon Mono, the Mono 4K made a marked improvement in many aspects: It moved towards a higher 4K resolution and larger print area (165*132*80mm), making it an ideal entry-level resin 3D printer. To bring more convenience for users, Anycubic offers Wash&Cure 2.0, with a 3.5l tank and an UV lamp turntable, at a special price to help you take a lot of the fuss out of resin post-processing. Prints from the Photon Mono 4K fit perfectly in this volume.

This bundle is $378 now, a $70 saving on the standard $448.

All these 3 bundles include 3 gorgeous and free STL files (Regular price: $30) cooperated with a designer from Myminifactory.

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