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Save $120 On Anycubic Photon Mono X 6K 3D Printer

3D printing is more accessible and affordable than ever these days, and you can now save $120 on the Anycubic Photon Mono X 6K 3D printer.

Right now, you can purchase the Anycubic Photon Mono X 6K 3D Printer for just $569 on the Anycubic website – that’s a $120 discount. There’s also a sale on Amazon where the printer is on sale for $200 off, but the starting price was higher and it still comes out a bit more expensive. This type of discount is more than welcome at a time when prices are rising all over the world, especially for a quality 3D printer that can help you save money on your hobbies in the long run.

The Anycubic Photon Mono X 6K 3D Printer has many features that will impress: large print screen, large print volume, high precision and high resolution, and ultra-fast printing. If you’re interested in better deals, check out our VR headset deals, telescope deals, and Lego space deals guides for the biggest discounts.

The specs that will impress the most are the 6K resolution printer screen, which offers higher resolution than its competitors as well as its 4K predecessor. An industry-leading 350:1 contrast ratio also means you can print with crystal-clear details, as well as crisp corners and edges.

On top of all that, this 3D printer also features a 9.25 inch screen with a print volume of 199.1 ounces, which means you can print larger parts and have a clearer image of what you’re trying to print.

The absolute pinnacle of the speed of this printer is 1 layer per second, which is very impressive. So if you take all that into account, a $120 savings is quite a lot, especially when it seems like the cost of just about everything is going up these days.

Now is the time to make a deal if you are looking for a new 3D printer or want to make your own parts. or miniatures – we talked about printing models in our guide on how to save money on Warhammer 40k.

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