Anycubic Kobra is one of the top beginner-friendly FDM 3D printers in Anycubic’s collection. This device is not only user-friendly but produces excellent prints. Continue reading to learn more about the Anycubic Kobra 3D printer.
The Kobra is lightweight and portable, weighing only 7kg. Anycubic made the Kobra with aluminum and sturdy plastic casings. The design is pretty basic, and it comes with a black and red finish.
The Anycubic Kobra comes semi-assembled. This 3D printer has a modular design that makes for easy assembly. Anycubic estimates that it will take about 10 minutes to assemble it. The instructions are clear, straightforward, and easy to follow.
The Anycubic Kobra has a large build volume, allowing for bigger prints. It can churn out prints as large as 220x220x250 mm.
The Anycubic Kobra 3D printer has a solid build plate made of metal. Although it’s metallic, this build plate comes with a gold color finish pulled down by the base’s magnetic field. This build plate is designed with a rough texture that could affect your designs. This build plate makes it easy to remove your prints after cooling off.
This 3D printer comes with the LeviQ function, which automatically balances the unevenness of the heated bed. This self-developed Anycubic LeviQ function has a 25-point smart, precise calibration making leveling the heat bed very easy.
The Anycubic Kobra 3D printer offers fast printing with a maximum speed reaching 180mm/s. This is arguably one of the fastest 3d printers on the market. This print speed allows you to create many designs without a long wait. You should also note that the print speed depends on the size of your design.
The Kobra 3D printer is designed to provide smooth printing. This device has an integrated direct extruder to give greater force and precise filament control. Anycubic also designed the Kobra to reduce jitters in filament transmission, ensuring high printing precision.
Direct Driver Extruder
The Anycubic Kobra comes with a direct drive extruder — it is the only product from this company with this technology. The Kobra extruder weighs about 482 grams. Anycubic made the assembling, removal, and servicing easier. All you have to do is remove the M3 screws on each side and then disconnect the cable. A 4010 radial fan is fitted on the Kobra and cools the device.
The Anycubic Kobra 3D printer comes fitted with a 4.3-inch fully colored touchscreen. This screen is easy-to-use and comes with a multilingual user interface. This screen is intuitive and responsive, allowing you to control this 3D printer with ease.
The Anycubic Kobra 3D printer comes with a 24V power supply system. There is no name on the power system like other printers. Despite being nameless, the Kobra power system works efficiently.
The Anycubic Kobra works with various operating systems, including macOS and Windows. You can connect to this device via a USB stick or SD card. This 3D printer comes with Cura 4.2.1 installation files for Windows.
The Anycubic Kobra 3D printer is compatible with different filament types. This printer works with ABS, PLA, HIPS, Wood, TPU, PETG, and Nylon. This device also comes with filament detection technology that comes in handy. The Kobra is also fitted with an external spool offering storage for filament loading.
The Anycubic Kobra is available at different online stores.Abunda
$299.99 (pay as low as $50 monthly)
- Leveling: 25-point automatic leveling
- Panel area: 7.95 in² / 51.3 cm²
- Filament run-out detection: optional
- Printing material: PLA / ABS / PETG & TPU
- Nozzle size: ø 0.4 mm (replaceable)
- Nozzle temperature: = 500 °F / 260 °C
- Hot bed temperature: = 230 °F / 110 °C
- Average speed: 2.0 – 3.1 in./s /50 – 80 mm/s
- Control panel: 4.3 inch LCD touchscreen
- Z-axis: single threaded rod
- Print size: 9.8 x 8.7 x 8.7 in. / 220 x 220 x 250 mm (DWH)
- Printing volume: 3.20 gal. / 12.10 L
- Machine dimensions: 486 x 430 x 486 mm