Anet E10 is a budget 3D printer supplied as an assembly kit. The device is equipped with one extruder with a nozzle of 0.4 mm, an external control unit. The printer has a build area of 220x270x300 mm. Heated print bed enables printing with a wide range of materials.
It’s been used to print a wide variety of models, including Lego plastic bricks, Bender miniatures, Star Wars shoretrooper helmets and so much more. Continue reading for the full review.
The Star Wars helmet. It took a long time to build, but it was worth it!
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Hate it when you can’t complete your Lego project because you lost that one crucial brick? Well, with Anet E10 you can print yourself a new one!
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The Anet E10 is an FDM 3D printer that can print layers at 100 microns. The surface finish is not as smooth as you get with the more expensive printers, but is more than enough for prototyping and household use. Here’s an example of Low Poly Bulldog, decorating a living room. While you can see some layering, overall, the model looks great:
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The Anet E10 has a 0.4 mm nozzle, giving you the best balance between speed and detail. Here is an example:
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It was possible to build a Harry Potter-themed school with an incredible level of detail. It took 40 hours to build.
The print head runs on rails, which makes printing reliable, fast and precise.
The Anet E10 prints with ABS, PLA, HIPS and other materials.
Here’s robot Tom Walker with functional chain and little figure female pilot. All printed with PLA.
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The model is done so well because the extruder comes with a fan. By cooling the model down, it reduces warping, stringing and, generally, makes for higher quality prints.
Here’s a batch made of ABS, a great example of small volume production in progress:
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Thanks to the heated print bed, this is a quality result with minimal warping.
To ensure high reproducibility, we recommend installing an enclosed print chamber. This way the print quality would not be affected by temperature fluctuations as a result of drafts and other factors.
The Anet E10 prints with 1.75 mm filament, providing you with a wide choice of materials. Below is an example of Junkrat from the infamous game Overwatch:
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The build area of 8.7 x 10.6 x 11.8 inches (220 x 270 x 300 mm) lets you print just about anything.
The printer is controlled via LCD interface.
3D models can be printed from a computer via an SD card.
The printer software works with 3D models in .OBJ and .STL formats, and is available for Mac OS X and Windows. Linux users will have to use a virtual machine or other software.
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The Anet E10 is available in black and green colors. Its stylish look makes it ideal for both home and professional use.
The printer dimensions are 15.75 x 17.32 x 19.49 (400 x 440 x 495 mm). It weighs 21 lb (9.6 kg). The spool holder is mounted separately from the printer.
The price of Anet E10 is $348.00, which is reasonable considering its functionality.