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Save big on these Anycubic M3 3D printers in Amazon’s Prime Day sale

If you’re in the market for a 3D printer, Amazon is offering sales on the Anycubic M3, M3 Plus, and M3 Max for Prime Day Early Access.

Prime Day Early Access is a sales event hosted by Amazon, much like Prime Day in the summer, but in the fall. It’s the perfect time to grab a bargain – as is the case here – before the Black Friday rush. Here you can choose from three different Anycubic 3D printers: $144 off (opens in a new tab) the M3 model (it’s 20%), $166 off (opens in a new tab) the M3 Plus model (22% reduction) or the $260 off (opens in a new tab) the M3 Max model, a saving of 36%.

If 3D printers are your thing and you’re looking for the next one, you can always check out our guide to the best 3D printers. Also, choosing one of the three M3 3D printers, fast and accurate printing is always a feature and Anycubic is a trusted and well-known name in the world of 3D printers, so quality is assured. If you’re looking for other fun deals, why not check out our VR headset and telescope deals.

Anycubic is a known and trusted name when it comes to 3D printers, but what makes these printers worth buying? Good, the M3 printer (opens in a new tab) has a maximum print volume of 7.08 inches x 6.45 inches x 4.03 inches (length x width x height) and 4K print resolution for clearer and finer surface textures. It also achieves print speeds of up to 50mm per hour, so it’s ideal for smaller models.

The M3 Plus (opens in a new tab) The model boasts a print speed of nearly 4 inches per hour and features a 6K monochrome display for improved accuracy. It also has an improved print size of 9.6 x 7.8 x 4.8 inches, so it’s best for slightly larger models.

Last but not least, we come to the M3 Max 3D printer (opens in a new tab). Of the three Anycubic models here, it features the largest print size and comfortably too. 13.0 x 11.7 x 6.5 inches so it is suitable for large builds and its 7K screen gives it a very high resolution. In terms of print speed, it can reach speeds of up to 60mm per hour, so again fast and accurate printing is a feature.

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