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Anycubic Kobra Max

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Description
The Anycubic Kobra Max is the large version of the Anycubic Kobra, which – unlike its little brother is equipped with a Bowden extruder, double Z-axes, a carborundum glass plate, and a filament sensor

Product Features:

3dpsabulletThe size increased again, reaching 400*400*450mm. Creating a world for the imagination to run wild.

3dpsabulletAnycubic LeviQ leveling can automatically compensate for the hotbed unevenness. Leveling and printing can be completed with one button, simple operation, and a great user experience.

3dpsabulletDouble thread Z-axis moving parts to reduce printing wobbles.

3dpsabulletThe printer is equipped with a responsive 4.3-inch LCD touch screen which has a full-color display, making navigation easier.

3dpsabulletThe maximum printing speed is 180mm/s (the average speed is 80mm/s, 167% faster than competitive products). Faster speed enables you to enjoy more joy of 3d printing.

3dpsabulletModular design allows the printer to be assembled only in 10 minutes, which is very easy to use.

3dpsabulletThe print bed locks parts down during printing when hot, and after cooling parts can be taken off easily. It can be used repeatedly without loss of performance.

3dpsabulletEquipped with a filament runout sensor, it can monitor the supply of filament intelligently. If your printer runs out of filament, it will automatically stop without losing your printing progress.

Additional information
Machine size

720(L) x 715 (W) x 665(H) mm

Build Volume

400(L) x 400(W) x 450(H) mm

Printing Technology

FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

Max extruder temperature

260°C

Heating Plate

90°C

Supported Material

PLA, TPU*, ABS*, PETG, Wood
TPU recommended to have direct drive
ABS recommended enclosure

Print Precision

X/Y 0.0125mm; Z 0.002mm

Layer Resolution

0.05-0.3 mm

Nozzle Diameter

0.4mm

Speed

60-180mm/s

Connection

SD-Card

Supported Operating System

MAC, LINUX, WIN7/8/10

Compatible software

Simplify 3D, Ultimaker Cura, Prusa Slicer, Slic3r, Ideamaker

Supported File Formats

STL, 3MF, AMF, OBJ, Gcode

Input voltage

240 VAC – 50/60 HZ

Weight

18kg

Warranty

Twelve (12) months Warranty for defective parts against manufacturing.Excluded from the warranty are consumable parts such as nozzles, PTFE tube, bed plate

Technical FAQs

Any 3rd Party Upgrades or Repairs done on the machine without the supervision or approval from our WhizKids - Technical Support Team will void the warranty of the printers. Please consult with us before proceeding with any upgrades or repairs.

 
  • Motor Shaking/ Motor making abnormal grinding sounds

    - The home endstops are not getting triggered - make sure that there is object in between the endstops - Motor Cable not connected Properly - re-plug the cables back in and try again
  • File not detected / Memory Card Failure

    - The printer can only read .GCODE files, please slice the models first - Wrong file system format (It should be FAT32) - Corrupted SD card
  • No Filament being Extruded / Extruder motor making a knocking sound

    - Nozzle temp has not set to match the filament's recommended settings (Please run a temperature tower) - Tangled Filament Spool - Not enough cooling for the hotend (Heat Creep) - Nozzle Clog
 
  • Filament Leaking

    - Nozzle is not sitting flush against the heat break (throat) - PTFE Tube not sitting flush against the nozzle
 
  • Prints not sticking to the bed

    - Printer not leveled (Poorly Leveled) - Printing too fast (Recommended 20-40mm/s initial layer speed) - Insufficient Bed temperature
 
  • Warping / Curling of the printed object

    - Insufficient Bed temperature - Not enough contact area between the model and the heated bed
 
  • Layer shifting

    - Belts not tightened properly - Printing too fast
 
  • Print stopped halfway

    - Min/Max error: Check thermistor cables - Corrupted GCODE - Bad SD card
  • Do I need to wear protective Glasses when Handling the laser?

 - Yes, you will need to wear the protective glasses provided all the time during laser operation