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Anycubic 3D Resin Printers: Photon Mono $189, Photon Zero EXPIRED

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Anycubic.com has Anycubic Photon Zero 3D Resin Printer for $109 - $10 w/ discount code QHE4DJSA5YX2 = $99. Shipping is free.

Also available, Anycubic.com has Anycubic Photon Mono 3D Resin Printer for $199 - $10 w/ discount code QHE4DJSA5YX2 = $189. Shipping is free.

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    • The Photon Zero is $120 lower (55% savings) than the $219 list price.
    • The Photon Mono is $80 lower (26% savings) than the $269 list price.
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Enter code at checkout: QHE4DJSA5YX2

I've bought before and AnyCubic ships from the states so you will get this within a week. They don't charge tax in CA so likely tax free for almost anyone.

Free shipping if you order just the printer. If you buy extra parts and accessories they will charge $15 flat rate.

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Obviously it doesn't take critical thinking to know you can't print an 8in vase with a build plate that is as small as whats on the Zero or even Mono, but as some have previously mentioned it kills for miniatures and multi-part models.

The thing people don't get looking outward in when comparing to an FDM is supports. Supports in resin printers can do what only FDM could ever dream of - stacking.

I can set a Photon Zero to print 15 minitures at once and go to sleep. Drop the entire build plate into a bucket of water and in 3 minutes that pile of lines and solids falls apart almost like butter. My Ender 3 V2 can't touch it for this use case.

And while it easily doesn't apply to all its disingenuous to compare a tool meant for other prints against one meant for this.
This thread... Guys, it's $100 bucks for the zero. Of course don't buy this for big prints, but man, if you are looking to print minis or small pieces, this is a great deal.
Thanks for the tips. I'll take my low standards to the dollar store and save $80

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Does the code work with the cure and wash station too? I know you need some form of a curing area.
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Does the code work with the cure and wash station too? I know you need some form of a curing area.

It does, it looks like - the code works for $10 off. If you placed two separate orders you could get $10 off the Mono and then $10 off the rinse and cure.

Edit - those with low standards for shop aesthetic and the ability to wait for a sunny (or bright overcast) day will rightly point out that you can just set your prints in outside to cure, and then wash them in a bucket with a spoon or basket to agitate the water. If you don't want to wait for daylight, and would prefer a defined UV dose and a sealed/lidded container with automatic agitation and timer for your wash solution, and something that doesn't look like you hit the Rubbermaid section of the Dollar Store, $90 is actually pretty cost effective.
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It does, it looks like - the code works for $10 off. If you placed two separate orders you could get $10 off the Mono and then $10 off the rinse and cure.

Edit - those with low standards for shop aesthetic and the ability to wait for a sunny (or bright overcast) day will rightly point out that you can just set your prints in outside to cure, and then wash them in a bucket with a spoon or basket to agitate the water. If you don't want to wait for daylight, and would prefer a defined UV dose and a sealed/lidded container with automatic agitation and timer for your wash solution, and something that doesn't look like you hit the Rubbermaid section of the Dollar Store, $90 is actually pretty cost effective.
The wash station just looks cool and sci-fi when it is curing.
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It does, it looks like - the code works for $10 off. If you placed two separate orders you could get $10 off the Mono and then $10 off the rinse and cure.

Edit - those with low standards for shop aesthetic and the ability to wait for a sunny (or bright overcast) day will rightly point out that you can just set your prints in outside to cure, and then wash them in a bucket with a spoon or basket to agitate the water. If you don't want to wait for daylight, and would prefer a defined UV dose and a sealed/lidded container with automatic agitation and timer for your wash solution, and something that doesn't look like you hit the Rubbermaid section of the Dollar Store, $90 is actually pretty cost effective.
Thanks for the tips. I'll take my low standards to the dollar store and save $80
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Pretty insane how these 3D resin printer prices have been dropping.
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so we need to sit these outside in the sun to cure? don't recall having to do that with older 3d printers...?
This type of resin requires UV light to cure properly. You're likely thinking of FDM printers which use different types of plastic filament when printing. Those do not requires curing in UV light.
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For the price I guess it's a great deal but I just cannot get over the 2.5 inch build size. I'm told resin printers tend to have smaller print areas but after getting used to the larger print sized on most traditional 3D printers this was a deal killer for me.

I want to get into resin printing as I like the more finished look but me thinks we need another year or two before these catch up to the point in which I will jump in.
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Not bad. They've had a perpetual sale going on.

Wish the W&C Plus were on sale. My 2.0 isn't big enough anymore (Mono X prints).
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For the price I guess it's a great deal but I just cannot get over the 2.5 inch build size. I'm told resin printers tend to have smaller print areas but after getting used to the larger print sized on most traditional 3D printers this was a deal killer for me.

I want to get into resin printing as I like the more finished look but me thinks we need another year or two before these catch up to the point in which I will jump in.
I have 3 regular 3d printers and I feel you. I really want a resin printer for more details and something else to play with but the build area is just way too small for anything other than mini figures or small/multipiece models.
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yeah way too small as she said...
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This thread... Guys, it's $100 bucks for the zero. Of course don't buy this for big prints, but man, if you are looking to print minis or small pieces, this is a great deal.
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Can this be used to print a training pistol (like blue gun)?
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