Anycubic's Kobra Go 3D Printer Hands-On Review
Anycubic's Kobra Go is the latest in their Kobra series of FDM 3D printers. This is Anycubic's answer to Creality's Ender 3 line of FDM kit printers. Aimed at the DIY crowd, these printers come unassembled and need a fair bit of time to piece together, though everything required to get them running is included in the box.
The Ender 3 has reigned supreme in the world of DIY kit printers, but Anycubic is giving the old workhorse a run for its money, specifically due to its focus on automatic levelling. In the case of the Kobra go, you get 25-point automatic levelling, which is an extremely handy feature, as anyone who's struggled with the Ender 3's manual 4-point levelling can tell you. Read our complete guide to setting up your new Anycubic Kobra Go here!
The Kobra Go is also notable for its inclusion of a PEI spring steel bed plate, which magnetically attaches to the main build plate. When you want to remove your print you can just remove the whole build plate, flex it, and pop your print free! No more struggling with a scraper just to get your pieces detached.
TLDR; is the Anycubic Kobra Go worth it?
Absolutely! The Kobra Go is a great choice for seasoned enthusiasts and beginners alike. The only issue we had was that the instruction guide was complex and a bit hard for new enthusiasts to follow. But you can **just follow our handy guide
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