Any Cubic Photon Mono X
The AnyCubic Photon Mono X is from the new generation of AnyCubic Photon line of products. This is the company’s first offering of a full size solid-state touch screen LCD and they are calling it a revolution. I have been testing their new LCD-based SLA 3D printer for over a year now and this review is the first of many that I will be doing to share my thoughts and feelings on this amazing new printer. Here is the basic rundown of the pros and cons of the AnyCubic Photon Mono X.
Pros: The AnyCubic Photon Mono X has many unique features compared to other touch screen LCDs on the market today. First and foremost, the fact that it uses a low heat sink and a solid core of sapphire crystal called the “Insulator”. This insulator allows the printer to cool down much faster than typical touch screen devices because of its ability to absorb heat much more quickly. The ability to achieve this super fast cooling also allows the AnyCubic Photon Mono X to have up to five times the print volume of similar sized printers such as the Epson Vogueicator Vango and the HP Digital iPAQ. This is a very impressive feat when you consider the fact that the print speed for these devices is quite a bit slower than that of the Epson Vogueicator Vango.
Another unique feature is that the AnyCubic Photon Mono X has two ways to increase the number of photons in the incoming light stream. One method is called the “Auto Pilot” button and the second method is called the “HSM” or High Speed Mirror. Both of these methods are based on the knowledge of the cubic lattice structure of a resin. Resin has many cubic lattice structures which each have different refraction properties. This knowledge of refraction effects enables AnyCubic Photon Mono X to be able to increase the amount of incoming photons in one way while simultaneously decreasing the amount of heat passing through the resin.
Any Cubic Photon Mono X uses a solid uv coating over a silver printed circuit board to produce the visible light that makes up the monochrome image of your image. The UV coating is applied to the surface of the boards using a precision uv curing laser machine. The reason that this method is called “Auto Pilot” is because the printer itself does not need to do anything mechanically. All that needs to happen is for the technician to press a button and the board will self-correct automatically by adjusting its internal settings. When this is done, the resin will absorb the additional amount of UV radiation produced by the printer without any of the heat that normally goes into heating up the UV curing process.
While using AnyCubic Photon Mono X systems, you can expect to see many benefits for your printing efforts. For starters, it will allow for higher production capabilities from a much lower cost. The reason that it operates at such high efficiency levels is because it bypasses most of the costly steps of traditional resin-based printers. Instead, it uses a very tightly focused twoK monochrome laser to do all of the necessary jobs for your project.
It also offers a remarkable increase in speed over traditional resin printers. In particular, it is able to process three orders of printing per day and offers a remarkable reduction in the number of passes required to complete a project. This allows you to save a tremendous amount of time and money that you would otherwise spend on paying for additional employees to perform the same tasks. One of the other big advantages to owning a monochrome system like AnyCubic Photon Mono X is the simplicity of its operation. These types of printers are very straightforward and easy to use, making them ideal for those who are new to 3d printing in general. You simply combine the Any Cubic Photon Mono X with your own Any Cubic Photon Stencil and you are ready to get printing!
In fact, you can be printing in no time at all thanks to a new technology that is being developed by the creators of AnyCubic Photon Mono X. This process is called Indego stacking. This method combines the power of UV light with Any Cubic Photon Mono X to provide an exciting alternative to traditional resin-based printer technology. Basically, the light that is used in this process passes through the urethane material that is used in the Any Cubic Photon Mono X, and then it goes on to strike the UV masking layer on the Any Cubic Stencil. Once, the light strikes the masking, the image that you see is simply emitted as a result of the combined UV and Any Cubic Stencil illumination.
The exciting news is that the technology for Any Cubic Photon Mono X is similar to other high performance dye sublimation-based systems in that it also incorporates the Any Cubic Stencil which allows the printer to quickly and easily create highly detailed, multi-color images with very low levels of waste. The fact that it uses a patented technique called Indego stacking means that the system not only delivers the fantastic reliability and performance that are required from any of the leading dye sublimation based 3d printers, but also the excellent cost savings that can be enjoyed by customers. In fact, any of the leading sla printers are able to offer similar or better results in terms of quality and cost than the Any Cubic Photon Mono X. Best of all, the cost saving that can be achieved when using Any Cubic Photon Mono X is not just reserved for the first few customers who make use of the product, but is available to customers at every stage of their printing process through to the point where every penny spent on the product is repaid in full.