Anycubic Kobra Plus

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The Anycubic Kobra Plus is a medium-sized 3D printer from the Anycubic Kobra line. Although the printer shares some similarities with both Kobra and Kobra Max, it is primarily based on the Kobra Max. The printer has a glass plate with a carborundum coating, a Bowden extruder, and a dual Z-axis. Its large build volume allows larger models to be printed at amazing speeds – even up to 180 mm/s! The Kobra Plus brings a novelty to the Kobra line: a practical drawer is integrated into the printer and allows you to store tools within easy reach at all times!

Product Features:

3dpsabulletWith impressive build volume thanks to the increase in print size to 300 x 300 x 350 mm (L x W x H), you can create amazingly huge prints.

3dpsabulletWith practical structure and easy handling, nobody has time for complicated things these days! The Anycubic Kobra Plus 3D printer features a modular design, which allows it to be fully assembled within 10 minutes. In addition to quick assembly, the printer guarantees easy operation.

3dpsabulletThe amazing print speed with a max. print speed of up to 180 mm/s, your models will be finished in no time at all!

3dpsabulletSmart Anycubic LeviQ leveling at the touch of a button manually leveling the print bed is a thing of the past! The consistent LeviQ leveling function saves you valuable time by automatically leveling out unevenness on the build plate at the touch of a button! A precise 25-point leveling is guaranteed!

3dpsabulletA user-friendly color touchscreen with a responsive 4.3-inch color LCD display is characterized by great ease of use!

3dpsabulletCarborundum glass build plate is a high-quality glass build plate that promises a fixed adhesion of the parts while they are printed. After the parts cool down, they can be easily removed.

3dpsabulletFilament sensor when the filament runs out, the print is paused thanks to the sensor. As soon as a new filament is registered in the printer, the print will continue. Smart printing indeed!

3dpsabullet Integrated tool drawer Great for storing tools!

Additional information
Impressive build volume

546(L) x 560 (W) x 605(H) mm

Build Volume

300(L) x 300(W) x 350(H) mm

Printing Technology

FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

Max extruder temperature


Heating Plate


Supported Material

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






Supported Operating System


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




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