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Anet E12 3D Printer Full Review

Anet E12 3D Printer Full Review

hi guys welcome to my channel in this video we are going to do the unboxing build test and the review of the a net 1/12 so stay tuned first I want to point out that I get this printer direct from image factory to test it

now let’s make an unboxing and an overview of everything included in the book when first open you will find some accessories on the top first there are two sample roll of PLA filament they have included a 3m build surface ruse was a heated bed under this you will find the page of the printer which has been fully preassembled

you’ll also find a big box of accessories we also have the control box which is a pin of the printer and spool holder and

there is also the other side of the printer frame and that everything include in the box but before we get started was putting all this together let’s see what the accessory box includes first we have the USB cable to connect the printer to your PC zip ties for wire management fitting to for the help end and cutting tool and

a bag of tools which will be need for that simply screwdrivers spare hot end there’s a removing tool and tool to adjust the height and last is a micro SD card let’s take a look at the micro SD card we will find a way to assembly guide installation guide troubleshooting guide slicing software Kuro with configuration file there is some STL files for test as a painter assembly parts list and there is a plan to create a troubleshooting guide which explain how to understand the 3d printing and

they get better quality from your printer let’s take a look to that our part of the printer we have separate tension on two tiles appellant I was want to point out that the brackets for the smooth roll are 3d printed what I was saying is that for all these 3d printed part there is STL files on the micro SD card

so you can bring them again in a different material last we have this profit on each side these are what connected the two parties of the printer together and the RP attached with Tina’s in place

so it should be very straightforward when it comes to alignment and getting the installation or a bit on e 12 are using smooth road with linear bearings let’s take a closer look to the top of the printer we have the x axis in this case is using two z module to read the roads to drive the vertical movement of the printer as you can see the model I pointed in the right direction not like the heat n the extra motor right above and in the center we have the hot and ready preassembled walls

let’s take a closer look to the control box and check out the internal I would love to see what’s going on inside the control box so in terms of the wiring it’s definitely not the most well organized it but at least imagine inside the box and

not outside it’s using mainboard in at 1.5 which is not upgradeable compared to the last generation everything is locked pretty standard with LCD screen and

also cooling fan pointed at the stepper motors I hope we have MOSFET to save the 80 bed but as long as not expensive upgrade I will make it later the power supply output is 25 ampere and a 12 volt first part of the assembly was without any problem

it’s a very straightforward we have to screw on the key slot the side of the printer and one screw on each side of the Pentagon the patent and the now for $19 ring of the printer this is dreadful cause every wiring is labeled the Assembly of the printer just talked me around 20 minutes in fact assembly was much easier compared to a net a8 and ethics and

the last piece is the 3m belt service and it’s done and this is how the printer look when it’s fully assembled and now let’s run some specs it welder has metal frame made from linear aluminum it was t-slot built volume is 300 by 300 by 400 millimeter it has a dual fan one for cooling down the hot end and one for pulling down development it he was button setup was metal extruder the X and

the Z cartridge are on rural wheels it was the ax lead screw which should be more stable than the printer which has only one the you are going this is that and

the y-axis are using linear pairings the control box has a graphically city was known for navigation to the software and

the reset button on the left side of the control box is a switch for voltage and there is a place for micro SD card for offline printing and USB port this is how I secure the cable was cable ties to make the connections cure if I remove the printer around and

now it’s time for test print my first recipient is 20 millimeter test EQ with 0.2 millimeter and a RI before this print I recheck every screw and I turn up the pilot and I levels a debate [Music] and the printing now is complete for the first test it prints the cube are looking good

so we can continue our next apprentice really benching to test retraction settings as slices three deep entry with Sakura 3.0 at 0.2 layer Heights after it finish I am impressed with the printer quality I would say it almost perfect and

now it’s time to print in plasma to test our z-axis we have any wobbling the quality of these layers are great really awesome results there is no separation between the layers the our local perfect our next model was highly test model I chose this model from my mini Factory website and scale it up by 50% I use peel a filament from matchbox and

I use simplify sweetie to slice this model and the result are perfect that it is of this model is amazing I’m impressed with the train topology our next print is in fast mode but whose maximum height 400 millimeter and

there’s a a perfect new situation between the layers next print is Lincoln Park model also from my mini Factory that is an almost perfect with some imperfection cause while printing has covered that extruder escape some steps but

I fixed the problem by rice extruder gear up and the problem solve it Firenze Watchtower from Sanger’s this is the best thing I have ever friend it’s perfect with amazing details it print at sixty millimeter per second and

I will put them on the links in the video description if you want to try it and the last test is the heating up the maximum temperature that I could achieve was 92 degree on the printer without any heat bed isolation material and now the final word

well I think the heat word is a very good printed especially the solving most of issues we have facing in heating I don’t have any problems with this printer I think the heat Wilfer has a pretty good potential the printer quality is very good I think CR 10 finally has a competitor with lower price cost and with the same build volume and

a very high quality print was GG leadings group I think it was a promising printer in the market alright guys this was my review for the unit it will if you like this video please like and share thank you for watching see you next time

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