Anycubic Photon Mono X

  • Max Recommended Printing Speed

    60 mm/h

  • Build Area

    192 mm x 120 mm x 245 mm

  • Layer Height

    0.01 mm

  • Resolution

    10 - 150 µm

Product Overview

The Anycubic Photon Mono X is the newest, most advanced 3D printer on the market. With a layer height of 0.01 mm, you can print objects with incredible detail and precision. This machine has an impressive build area of 192 mm x 120 mm x 245 mm and a printing speed of 60mm/h. The Photon Mono X is also equipped with semi-auto leveling to ensure that your prints are as accurate as possible.

Anycubic Photon Mono X Specification


It uses LCD - based SLA 3d printer technology.

Print Technology
LCD - based SLA

The recommended maximum printing speed is 60 mm/h. This printing speed can affect the quality of the print, so make sure this speed falls within ranges you would like.

The resin UV light type is High-quality filament and it has a resin wave length of 405 nm.

You'll find a resin display type of monochrome LCD, which has a resolution of 3840 pixel x 2400 pixel.

You'll get a 192 mm x 120 mm x 245 mm in the Anycubic Photon Mono X, so make sure everything you want to print fits in this. You can make do by making your print in pieces, and then assembling, however, sometimes you'll just need a larger build area.

Max Power Consumption
120 W
Build Area
192 mm x 120 mm x 245 mm
Resin UV Wavelength
405 nm
Resin Display Resolution
50 µm
Resin UV Light Type
High-quality filament
Build Volume
192 mm x 120 mm x 245 mm
Build Plate Leveling System
Semi-Auto Leveling
Layer Height
0.01 mm
Total Mass Overall Dimensions
270 mm x 290 mm x 475 mm
10 - 150 µm
Resin Display Resolution Y
2400 pixel
Resin Display Resolution X
3840 pixel
Build Chamber During Process
Open or Closed
Resin Display Type
monochrome LCD
Max Recommended Printing Speed
60 mm/h
USB Port
Hepa Filter
10.75 kg
270 mm x 290 mm x 475 mm
Total Weight
10.75 kg

Where to buy the Anycubic Photon Mono X

The lowest price is $243 for the Anycubic Photon Mono X, available from multiple sites. The 2 purchase links we have analyzed have revealed an average price of $296.

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Reviews of the Anycubic Photon Mono X


Based on 7 reviews

Anycubic Photon Mono X Review
  • - 4
Anycubic Photon Mono X was inexpensive when it was first released, and it's only getting more affordable. At most, you'll pay around $759 from Anycubic's online store. That's a decent price for the Anycubic Photon Mono X given the capabilities, size, and quality of the product.
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Take the step from FFF to SLA
  • - 4.3
AnyCubic's latest Photon Mono X is a large scale LCD-Based SLA 3D printer. Not only does it offer one of the largest print areas for this style of machine, but coupled with the new Wash and Cure unit available separately or in a bundle, this combination offers a huge technological leap forward for home and small business SLA printing.
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A Superior Printer for Superior Prints
  • - 4.5
The elephant in the room of course, is the price. Compared to the Photon Mono 4k’s $289, the Photon Mono X is normally a whopping $759 (though is currently on sale for the excellent price of $429 at the official store). For that increase in price, you’re getting a ton more space to print on, higher detailed prints, remote control, increased safety features, better quality LCD screen, and faster print times. With that being said, Anycubic always has great sales throughout the year, and especially around Christmas time. Even with the holidays over, you can snag the Photon Mono X for $429 during their Winter sale! That’s an amazing deal if you’re looking to upgrade your printing space. You don’t even need to necessarily be a veteran printer to pick it up. Our assembly and printing process was much the same as it was for the Photon Mono 4K, and that experience was extremely beginner-friendly.
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The best resin printer we’ve tested under $1,000
  • - 4
The AnyCubic Photon Mono X breaks new ground, pushing down the cost of SLA printing to a new low. It does so without making too many compromises: printing remains a slightly messy business that occasionally fails, but once you get used to the Photon Mono X (and buy a mask and a big box of disposable gloves), it is generally hassle-free and fast. SLA printing is definitely still a process that requires patience, though, as some prints from the Photon Mon X failed and require alteration and re-printing. I would also recommend that you buy the Wash and Cure Plus, as it makes the rather icky business of cleaning and curing SLA prints much easier. Combined, the two cost less than $800 and can produce large, high-quality prints at a faster speed than most of the competition. The Form 3 remains the SLA printer to get for professionals who need to do a lot of heavy-duty printing, but the Photon Mono X is an excellent option for at-home work by hobbyists or those curious about 3D printing.
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Bigger can be better
  • - 4
The Mono X is a fantastic mid-sized resin 3D printer capable of some beautifully detailed prints. It offers a great balance between size and cost but needs a bit of fine-tuning to get it perfect.
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Supersize Pick
  • - 4
The Anycubic Photon Mono X is a cutting edge MSLA 3D printer. With its large build volume, 4K screen, and monochrome display, it hits all the marks of current resin 3D printing trends. Packed into a comely metal exterior and fleshed out with a neat UI, the Anycubic Mono X is capable of producing high-quality prints with little effort to obtain them. Overall, the Anycubic Photon Mono X’s style and form are essentially what you look for in a resin 3D printer. The sturdy, all-metal chassis encompasses the 3.5-inch color touchscreen at the front and the USB port on the front right side while being topped off with the Anycubic-like yellow removable lid: no revelations, but a classy design.
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Great Quality, Large Volume
  • - 3.5
The large build volume and fast print speed of the Anycubic Photon Mono impressed us, but our issues with the built-in WiFi and the slicer app kept this printer from rising to the top. The large build volume of the Anycubic Photon Mono X makes it an easy decision for anyone interested in a high-throughput 3D printer or just a machine that is capable of making large parts in a single print. If you’re more interested in ultra-high resolution for making miniatures and a large build volume isn’t important, the Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K uses similar technology but offers higher resolution.
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