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Anker sub-brand AnkerMake, has announced the launch of the AnkerMake M5C.
Anker is marketing this as a beginner friendly, “younger sibling” to the popular AnkerMake M5.
This latest 3D printer aims to redefine the user experience by providing an easily customizable interface through its accompanying AnkerMake application. This application allows users to tailor the functionality of their printer to their specific needs by setting personalized single-click, double-click, and long-press actions. With this level of customization, the user can easily execute functions such as printing, re-printing, leveling, homing, pausing, or stopping the printer. This high level of adaptability is designed to provide an effortless and personalized printing experience.
The AnkerMake M5C can be bought today on Amazon.com and AnkerMake.com in the U.S for $399. Availability for pre-sale also starts today in the UK for £399 and in Germany for €449.
Frank Zhu, the General Manager of AnkerMake, elaborates on the company’s vision: “At AnkerMake, we believe in providing artists, inventors, hobbyists, and DIY enthusiasts with practical tools that empower them to bring their innovative ideas to life. Our focus is on developing products that are user-friendly and versatile. The AnkerMake M5C encapsulates this vision by offering superior print quality and impressive speed, making it accessible to users with varying degrees of experience.”
Key Features of the AnkerMake M5C:
Efficient and User-Friendly Operation:
The M5C introduces a 49-point automatic bed leveling system designed to simplify the calibration process, thereby delivering accurate and precise prints. The printer’s one-piece design facilitates quick and easy installation. It also features power and filament outage recovery functions which can save both time and materials. The included PEI magnetic plate offers a flexible yet firm surface, making it easy to remove the finished 3D printed items.
Rapid and Accurate Printing:
Thanks to AnkerMake’s proprietary PowerBoost™️ 2.0 technology, the M5C can achieve incredible printing speeds of up to 500 mm/s and acceleration of up to 5000 mm/s². The aluminium alloy base ensures stability while reducing machine jitter, while the lightweight extruder and dual Z-axis design maintain an impressive 0.1mm printing precision, even at high speeds.
Convenient Remote Control:
Users can connect to the M5C via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. The AnkerMake app allows them to monitor print status, control the printer, and transfer sliced models directly from their smartphone or laptop, enhancing the overall user experience.
Durable and High-Quality Design:
Constructed with wear-resistant components, the M5C promises long-lasting reliability and consistency, even under extensive use. The all-metal hotend can reach temperatures of up to 300℃/572℉, accommodating a variety of filament options including PETG / PET, ABS, TPU, PA, PLA-CF, PETG-CF and PA-CF. The printer also features high-precision dual Z-axis lead screws, constructed from stainless steel, to ensure superior printing results.
AnkerMake M5C Specification
|466×374×480 mm³ (Without Filament Holder)
|11 kg (24.2 lbs)
|Benchy Print (Max)
|Brass, 0.4 mm (Compatible with 0.2/0.6/0.8 mm)
|Hotend Tempreture (Max)
|PEI Soft Magnetic Plate
|Plate Temperature (Max)
|PETG / PET
|100-240V AC, 50-60Hz
|WiFi, Bluetooth, USB-C
|8 GB EMMC, USB Drive
|Method of Interaction
|Button, App, PC Software
|AnkerMake Slicer, Prusa, Cura
Price & Availability
The AnkerMake M5C is available for purchase in the US starting from August 1st, for $399 on Amazon.com, and AnkerMake.com.
Consumers can sign up for pre-sale today and receive an exclusive £50 off voucher
Official pre-sale launch in the UK on 1st August
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