Anycubic Photon Mono

Anycubic Photon Mono
  • Max Recommended Printing Speed

    50 mm/h

  • Build Area

    130 mm x 80 mm x 165 mm

  • Layer Height

    0.01 - 0.15 mm

  • Resolution

    51 µm

Product Overview

Anycubic Photon Mono is a 3D printer with a high-quality, sturdy construction and easy-to-use design. It features a large 130 mm x 80 mm x 165 mm build area and a 0.01 - 0.15 mm print resolution, which ensures smooth surfaces and sharp details. The recommended printing speed for this 3D printer is 50 mm/h, and it comes equipped with manual leveling for the build plate. With 4.5 kg weight, this 3D printer is perfect for home or hobby use.

Anycubic Photon Mono Specification


It uses UV LCD 3d printer technology.

Print Technology

The recommended maximum printing speed is 50 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 Matrix UV Light Source 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 2560 pixel x 1620 pixel.

You'll get a 130 mm x 80 mm x 165 mm in the Anycubic Photon Mono, 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
45 W
Build Area
130 mm x 80 mm x 165 mm
Resin UV Wavelength
405 nm
Resin Display Resolution
51 µm
Resin UV Light Type
Matrix UV Light Source
Build Plate Leveling System
manual Leveling
Layer Height
0.01 - 0.15 mm
Total Mass Overall Dimensions
227 mm x 222 mm x 383 mm
51 µm
Resin Display Resolution Y
1620 pixel
Resin Display Resolution X
2560 pixel
Build Chamber During Process
Open or Closed
Resin Display Type
monochrome LCD
Max Recommended Printing Speed
50 mm/h
USB Port
Door Sensor
4.5 kg
227 mm x 222 mm x 383 mm
AC: 100 V - 240 V, 2 A (50/60 Hz)
Total Weight
4.5 kg

Reviews of the Anycubic Photon Mono


Based on 4 reviews

Anycubic Photon Mono – an amazing 3D printer for beginners
  • - 3.75
Overall though, if you’re looking into an entry into 3D printing, the Anycubic Photon Mono might be the machine for you. Just don’t make the same mistake I did after the test print… scrap the excess resign on the printing platform away or you’ll have some interesting noises during the next print.
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Anycubic holds your hand for resin 3D printing beginners
  • - 4
Anycubic has released a resin printer which has no serious defects, isn't a pain to use and has a very easy to use slicer with preconfigured profiles for its own printers, holding your hand all the way.
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Resin Printing at High Speeds
  • - 4
The rock-solid gantry, combined with the thoughtful design touches on the resin vat and build platform are clearly designed to make the printing process as easy as possible. The parts I printed had a very high level of detail and the Photon Mono was able to easily create organic and complex shapes, something an FDM filament printer like the Creality Ender 3 might struggle with. By including their Photon Workshop software with the Photon Mono, Anycubic has clearly put work into the out-of-the-box experience for new users. However, I did find the software somewhat limiting, and I preferred using the Chitubox software that runs natively with the Elegoo Mars 2 Pro.
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If you are shopping for a resin printer on a slimmer budget, this can be a great option
  • - 4.5
If you are shopping on a more restricted budget for a resin printer that can create highly-detailed models on a smaller scale, then the Anycubic Mono is a solid option. This printer delivered incredibly detailed prints compared to an FDM printer and is compatible with a wide variety of resins. However, it is a much more labor intensive process to clean and post-process resin prints, so there can be a bit of a steep learning curve for beginners. One thing to consider when looking at a resin printer is that the procedures for layout, orientation, and supports differ wildly from a filament printers, so you should also be prepared for some trial and error when you are just starting out — even if you have a decent amount of filament-based 3D printer experience already.
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