Anycubic Photon Mono vs Raise3D E2

When you compare the Anycubic Photon Mono to the Raise3D E2 you can see which Printer is better. Let's take a look of the comparison, and see which model of Printer out ontop.

Anycubic Photon MonoAnycubic Photon Mono


Based on 4 reviews

Raise3D E2Raise3D E2


Based on 2 reviews

Specs comparison between the two Printers

Anycubic Photon MonoRaise3D E2
Extruder Typedirect drive
Print TechnologyUV LCD
Usable Filament Diameter1.75 mm
Build Plate MaterialFlexible Steel Plate
Max Power Consumption45 W350 W
Build Area130 mm x 80 mm x 165 mm240 mm x 330 mm x 240 mm
Build Plate Attachmentmagnetic
Resin UV Wavelength405 nm
Ambient Operating Temperature15°C - 30°C
Resin Display Resolution51 µm
Internal MemoryYes,8 Gbyte
Resin UV Light TypeMatrix UV Light Source
Max. Nozzle Temperature300 ºC
Number of Extruders2
Build Plate Leveling Systemmanual LevelingMesh-leveling with Flatness Detection
Filament Chamber ClosedYes
Build Plate SurfaceBuildTak
Open Filament SystemYes
Max Build Plate Temperature110 ºC
Layer Height0.01 - 0.15 mm0.01 - 0.25 mm
Usable Nozzle TypeRaise3D Pro2
Extruder Construction Type DualIDEX - Independent Dual Extruders
Total Mass Overall Dimensions227 mm x 222 mm x 383 mm596 mm x 607 mm x 465 mm
Resolution51 µm
Resin Display Resolution Y1620 pixel
Resin Display Resolution X2560 pixel
Build Chamber During ProcessOpen or ClosedOpen or Closed
Resin Display Typemonochrome LCD
Max Recommended Printing Speed50 mm/h150 mm/s
Dual Build Area240 mm x 295 mm x 240 mm
Cloud ControlYes
USB PortYesYes
Ethernet PortYes
Door SensorYesYes
Hepa FilterYes
SD Card
Filament Runout SensorYes
Powerloss Fail SafeYes
Weight4.5 kg35 kg
Dimensions227 mm x 222 mm x 383 mm596 mm x 607 mm x 465 mm
VoltageAC: 100 V - 240 V, 2 A (50/60 Hz)AC: 100 V, 2 A / 230 V (50-60 Hz)
Total Weight4.5 kg35 kg

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