Anycubic 3D Printer Kobra 2 Pro, 500mm/s High-Speed Printing, High Power Powerful Computing New Structure, Upgraded LeviQ 2.0 Auto Leveling Smart Z-Offset, Print Size…

(7 customer reviews)

$428.99

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Description

  • 【10X Boost in Speed】Compared to mainstream FDM 3D printers, the printing speed is increased by 10 times. The maximum printing speed up to 500mm/s. Recommended print speed is 300mm/s.
  • 【High Power Powerful Computing】Equipped with a high-performance Cortex-A7 1.2Ghz processor, providing abundant computing power for faster calculation and command execution, which results in 10x faster printing.
  • 【Brand New Structure】By utilizing an optimized direct extruder and a movement structure in the extrusion system and cooling system, it can effectively and precisely deliver the filament, quickly melt and cool to form, and run smoothly to reduce layer lines.
  • 【Smooth and Detailed】One-click vibration compensation, by detecting the resonance frequency of the X/Y axis with an internally built accelerometer G-sensor, smart adjustments are made to motion control, effectively eliminating resonance vertical lines and bracket lines.
  • 【LeviQ 2.0 Auto Leveling Smart Z-Offset】By designing a unique module, it can intelligently compensate for Z-axis offset, while also supporting custom Z-axis compensation values, meeting the needs of different users and usage environments.
  • 【Supports Anycubic APP More Intelligent Control】Achieve remote networking, firmware upgrade, and real-time viewing of the printer status. lt will also support online slicing and printing, video monitoring and time-lapse photography, remote control and management.This will bring the smart experience to your fingertips! For more detailed guidance, please find the “Product guides and documents” on the listing page, and then click on “User Guide (PDF)”

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Additional information

Product Dimensions

20 x 17.99 x 20.31 inches

Item Weight

18.48 pounds

Date First Available

October 27, 2020

Manufacturer

ANYCUBIC

Country of Origin

China

7 reviews for Anycubic 3D Printer Kobra 2 Pro, 500mm/s High-Speed Printing, High Power Powerful Computing New Structure, Upgraded LeviQ 2.0 Auto Leveling Smart Z-Offset, Print Size…

  1. Charles Soucy

    This printer is a beast! I use it every days since purchased. I changed the nozzle to use ASA and abrasive materials…thats all I needed.

    This printer is FAST and PRECISE. They just added the input shaping and linear advance in the firmware and after tuning the machine, you can print around 150mm/s and 2500mm/s2 accel using PLA and have 0 ringing and 0 underextrusion. It just spits 3d parts at maybe 4x the speed the ultimaker does at work…and they look better too!

    The pictures are from some prints I made…the pig was at 150mm/s and 2500mm/s2 with 0.2mm layer height…the other picture is a 100mm bridge between 2 parts of a chinook.

    I highly recommend this printer for the price you pay, you get much more than what you’d expect!

  2. ladyvipaka

    This is my second 3D printer (first was an Ender 3 Pro), and it runs much more reliably and prints with higher detail than the Ender 3 Pro did.
    However, few things worth noting about this printer, especially for beginners.

    1) Installation is *not* 1-2-3 steps easy as shown in their marketing video. You have to hold the printer almost completely upside-down to get screws into it, which sometimes trap cords underneath the frame bits, and after you’ve finished with the elbow grease assembly (screwing the frame together, screwing the LCD panel in, clamping the filament holder in), then you have to plug in virtually *all* the cords for this thing. For every step motor (4?), for the LCD screen, 3 for the hotend, connect the tubing, connect the larger black cord etc. Thankfully the cords are at least labelled with X, Y, ZR etc but the places they are meant to be plugged into are not labelled. Didn’t count, but felt like there were at least 12 cords that needed to be plugged in to various places. Then after that, you have to channel your inner contortionist to cut all the zip ties that are buried on this printer without nicking any of the necessary cords or belts, in incredibly poorly visible spots like under the center of the bed. None of the tools provided could reach these zip ties, so I ended up folding myself in half with my cell phone flash light trying to carefully cut a zip tie with a pair of shears. This is not “beginner” level installation, and I would not recommend it for anyone who has even a minor disability or handicap.
    2) The machine is *not* silent. It is very quiet, don’t get me wrong, but it does make noise when it prints (a humming sound along with the whirring of the fans usually but occasionally a sort of buzzing thud if the nozzle catches on the print). The fans an be turned off, but even with them at 0% the printer still makes noise. I would guess its a little louder than the level of a loud AC unit or refrigerator. Again, ignore the marketing lies, this printer will make noise.
    3) The filament feed is *not* direct to the hotend. This is important because that feature can reduce the amount of potential clogs for filament being fed into the printer. This printer (like most 3D printers) uses bowden tubing with a gear setup to feed filament into the hotend. I saw this in the specs on this amazon listing page and it is blatantly false advertising.
    4) The scraper tool included with this printer is basically a putty knife. It is almost completely dull. I would not recommend it for actually scraping up prints, buy yourself a finer scraper made of metal and not plastic. Most of the time this tool is not necessary to get prints off the bed due to the textured surface that the Anycubic Vyper uses, but in the rare cases where you do need a little bit of extra oomph, don’t waste your time with this scraper.
    5) This printer runs quite a bit slower than average. A print that might take 1h or the Ender 3 Pro could take 3-4 on this printer. I think its due to the finer details this printer can achieve while printing, but worth knowing. You can change your print rate in the settings on a per print basis, but because of the fixed rate of filament extrusion, I haven’t messed with this too much. I was worried it might affect the quality of my prints. If you’re looking for fast production efficiency, this probably isn’t the right printer for you.

    Some pros of this printer for beginners include the auto levelling bed, the easy to remove prints bed, and the touch screen.

    This printer works well, and has some very nice features. Auto levelling bed, textured and flexible bed for easier print removal, SD card reader with included microSD and SD cards, data cable for direct hookup to raspberry pis or arduinos, touch screen, ‘quiet’ printing all come to mind. I haven’t had the printer clog yet (been using it for a few days 24/7), and the prints come out with very fine details (lines much less visible than on other 3D Printers I’ve tried), and they are easier to remove from the bed as well (I have only had to ‘scrape off’ one print so far and it was with a filament that is notoriously tough). I also haven’t had any leaks or issues with this printer thus far.

    The inclusion of 5 or 6 alan wrenches was a nice touch, personally I really appreciated the data cable as well. The microSD card came preloaded with some test files (and formatted) so that was nice as well. The pliers that came with this printer are pretty poor, so maybe pick up a better pair for yourself if you’re buying this printer. The zip ties were also a nice touch for the bowden tubing.

    If you’re looking for highly detailed prints and don’t care how long they take to produce, this is a top notch printer. If you’re a beginner or looking for high production output, this is probably not the right printer for you.

  3. Guillermo Morcos

    I upgraded from a ‘Mega’ printer as it was showing signs of age. This new one is easier to set up (by far) and was pretty much ready to go right out of the box. So far, very impressed. Pretty easy to set up, and the packaging was really really good. No complaints at all. Looking forward to another upgrade in 3 or 4 years, they really do keep improving. For the $ it’s quite a deal.

  4. Norm

    cuando menos la que yo compre no salio buena muy dificil nivelarla y ademas presentaba otros detalles tal vez me toco una defectuosa, no la recomiendo,

  5. EDWARD MCGUIRE

    It prints quite well, and was up and running in under 10 minutes. There are no bed leveling screws, but so long as you make sure the gantry is leveled AND squared, this isn’t a problem.
    ABL is done via pressing the nozzle itself against the bed to detect strain across a 25 point grid.
    Heating is plenty fast, and the unit comes with a PEI-on-glass bed. For an extra 35 dollars, you can get the flex plate (which i suggest).
    Cons: does not handle z-hop commands well. This results in pills all over the side of the print, and it WILL cause an aligned z seam to swell up and ruin your print.
    E-steps are usually off on the extruder alone. Typically, it is 6mm short.
    The filament runout sensor is on a flimsy mount, and not only flexes during retracions, but will squeak with fast retraction settings. Some oil solves the squeak for a moment, but it would benefit the sensor if it had a teflon coating, this would help.
    You have to heat the unit to 220c minimum in order to auto feed or remove filament, and that cannot be changed. Why?
    No manual leveling options. If the nozzle is dragging on one side, you may likely need to force the gantry to max Z height in order to level out the Z screws.

    Pros: decent cooling, great temperature control, and easy setup in pronterface.
    Stepper drivers are digitally programmed, and you can check settings with m500
    Offers PLA and ABS preheating options.
    Rapidly heats up to print temp and doesnt vary much at all, even with full cooling.
    Rock solid.
    Capable of printing at 120mm/s with accuracy of +/- 0.45mm in x and y using stock parts.
    Super quiet. Unless you’re speed printing, it’s silent.

    Notes:
    Advised jerk is 8-15mm/s. 10 is what mine is set for in all respects.
    Max moving acceleration should be 5000 or less
    Max acceleration on any other setting shouldnt exceed 3700, as it has no appreciable benefit above this, but the suggested acceleration is 800 to 2000 for most prints.
    225c at 15mm/s is perfect for the first bridging layer.
    Tends to do a small deceleration across exact center in the bed. I dont know why, but it does this for anything printed within 25mm of the center. It isnt a problem, but can produce noticeable effects on the print along outer walls when going at 80mm/s or higher.
    Do not insert the SD card into the touch screen. This port is for bios upgrades only.

    Overall, totally worth the price, and a blast to operate. You wont be disappointed.

  6. Charles Soucy

    He probado con piezas que duran hasta más de 24 horas imprimiendose y la calidad es muy aceptable. La base se calienta así que las piezas son muy fácil de retirar con una espátula y no deja residuos. No se ha cortado el hilo de impresión aunque eso no depende de la impresora sino de la calidad del plástico.

  7. Fernando Cardenas

    Wow talk about speed and quality much better than the original kobra, use prusa slicer and you can use a usb to usb c cord to connect to your pc for direct printing. it also has a microsd card and slot. But i prefer the printer to pc hook up for better tweaking the print. You can dlownload a setting profile from Aurora Tech Channel on youtube.

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