Flashforge Creator Pro vs Anycubic 4max Pro 2.0

When you compare the Flashforge Creator Pro to the Anycubic 4max Pro 2.0 you can see which Printer is better. Let's take a look of the comparison, and see which model of Printer out ontop.

Specs comparison between the two Printers

Flashforge Creator ProAnycubic 4max Pro 2.0
Extruder Typedirect driveBowden
Print TechnologyFused Deposition Modeling
Usable Filament Diameter1.75 mm1.75 mm
Max Power Consumption320 W350 W
Build Area227 mm x 148 mm x 150 mm270 mm x 210 mm x 190 mm
Build Plate Attachmentfixed
Ambient Operating Temperature18°C - 30°C8°C - 40°C
Internal Memory
Max. Nozzle Temperature240 ºC260 ºC
Build Volume270 mm x 210 mm x 190 mm
Number of Extruders21
Build Plate Leveling Systemmanual Levelingmanual Leveling
Filament Chamber ClosedYes
Build Plate Surfaceadhesive sheetUltrabase Glass
Open Filament SystemYesYes
Max Build Plate Temperature120 ºC100 ºC
Layer Height0.1 - 0.4 mm
Usable Nozzle Type
Extruder Construction Type DualDual Head fixed height, manual adjustable
Total Mass Overall Dimensions360 mm x 526 mm x 403 mm454 mm x 466 mm x 410 mm
Resolution0.2 mm50 - 300 µm
Build Chamber During ProcessOpen or Closedclosed
Max Recommended Printing Speed100 mm/s50 mm/s
USB PortYesYes
Build Chamber HeaterYes
Hepa FilterNoNo
SD CardYes,SD-CardYes,SD-Card
Filament Runout SensorYes
Powerloss Fail SafeYes
Weight14.8 kg18.8 kg
Dimensions360 mm x 526 mm x 403 mm454 mm x 466 mm x 410 mm
VoltageAC: 100 V - 230 V (47-63 Hz), DC: 24 VAC: 110 V - 220 V, (50 / 60 Hz)
Total Weight14.8 kg18.8 kg

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