Our test shows how fast and well the AnkerMake M5C prints and whether it is easy to use.
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3D printer: AnkerMake M5C in the test Simple structure Outsourced user interface Simplified operation Super fast is relatively Fast and beautiful printing Robust construction Conclusion
With the AnkerMake M5C, the Chinese manufacturer Anker has been shipping its second 3D printer model to pre-orderers since August 10, 2023. Visually and technically, the device is close to the slightly larger M5, but does without a touchscreen and camera with AI monitoring.
In addition, with 220 × 220 × 250 mm on the X and Y axes, it has 15 mm less construction area. But the M5C is just as fast and at 449 euros a whole 250 euros cheaper than the M5.
It can process PLA, PETG, ABS, TPU and even nylon (PA) as filaments. We tested how the device performs in everyday use with a test device that Anker provided us with.
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