CLARA, CA, Sep 4, 2019 – Anet is a 3D printers’ brand that very popular with the community. The newly released Anet ET4 FDM 3D printer includes all of the cumulative upgrades that have been made over time.
Anet ET4 is a FDM 3D printer with industrial grade chipset and parts. It supports auto-leveling, resume printing and filament detection. It has modular designed units, and comes with a more stable and compact construction design, so users will be able to quick assemble ET4 within 10 minutes. The printer will cost US $279 and now available on Anet official website as well as eBay, Aliexpress, Alibaba.com.
Automatic Bed Leveling
The first and most crucial step towards ensuring the success of a 3D print is to level your build plate. The ET4 features a 25 points auto-leveling function to make this tricky and time-consuming process easier, especially for inexperienced users.
A printhead-mounted induction sensor probes the bed in a grid, applying mesh-based compensation that ensure you print on a level bed every time. No time-consuming and labor-intensive leveling required.
Power Outage Recovery
For most 3D printers, a power outage or disconnect is a print-ruining event. Frustrating your projects and wasting both time and materials, who hasn’t felt the pain of a 12-hour print crumbling to nothing. Kiss print anxiety goodbye; a power-outage recovery mode allows the ET4 to pick up exactly where it left off.
Further print protection measures are present in the ET4 in the form of a filament detection function. Once the sensor detects the end of the filament, an alert on the ET4’s large color touchscreen will notify you to load new material. Print longer and larger, with no fear of unfinished and mid-air prints. Pick up right where the print left off.
Automatic Filament Assignment
Hands-free filament loading at the press of a button simplifies print preparation with the ET4, ensuring you can concentrate on the creative while the printer does all the work. Better still, the ET4 not only loads and unloads filament, but it also keeps track of the used material.
Designed with Safety in Mind
The Anet ET4 features an industrial-grade chipset that allows for faster and more accurate prints, complemented by a suite of system fail safes. Mr. Simon Lau, R&D director of Anet, says, “ET4 is designed with safety in mind. The embedded thermistor and heater on the extruder are specially fixed. The mainboard features overcurrent protection, overload protection, and thermal run away. And if the printer fails to detect the temperature for a certain time, it would automatically power off. We are very grateful to the trust and support of our customers. We sincerely hope to hear different feedback from various types of industries to help us move on.”
Available as an optional extra, 256 microstepping Trinamic Driver make the ET4 whisper quiet in operation.
All-round stability in the Anet ET4 comes from the use of both pulleys on the X- and Y-axis, reducing operational noise, and the high strength aluminum extrusion frame. An enclosed unibody design gives additional rigidity and contributes to the Anet ET4’s sleek looks and compact size.
Assembled in No Time
Shipping part-assembled as a handful of modules, the ET4 has been designed for effortless assembly. An enjoyable ten-minute build time using only six screws is all that stands between you and printing on your ET4.
Integrated Modular Design
The ET4 features a professional aesthetic given purpose, with the integrated modular terminal providing connection ports giving usability, paired to covered wires for a tidy and sleek look.
The integrated 2.8-inch LCD touchscreen display allows you to control your print directly on the ET4. All offline print inputs — SD card and USB — are accessible from here, along with direct control of the print in progress and a handy print job overview including progress and elapsed time.
The Anet ET4 marks a new direction for Anet and desktop 3D printing, pairing affordability with a safe and stable platform for all your 3D printing needs. Priced at USD $279, the Anet ET4 is the next big thing in high-quality and accessible desktop 3D printing.
Find out more on the Anet website.