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AnkerMakeM5C 3D Printer


Retail: R11,000

Let's bring all your creative ideas to life with AnkerMake M5C. Whether you're a beginner or a pro, this all-new printer is designed to be easy to use while still delivering the quality you desire—at the speed you can only imagine.

Product Features
  • 500 mm/s High-Speed Printing
  • Supports 300℃ Printing
  • 35 mm³/s Extrusion Flow
  • Precision mode with 50 μm Resolution
  • Supports advanced materials
  • Ultra-direct extruder
  • Stable structure and durable parts
Product Specifications 

Printing Parameters

  • Print Size 220×220×250 mm³
  • Print Speed 500 mm/s
  • Print Acceleration 5000 mm/s²
  • Benchy Print (Max) 17 Min
  • Filament 1.75 mm
  • Plate Temperature (Max) 100℃

Printing Features

  • One-Click Button
  • Print Modes
    • Precision Mode: 
    • Standard Mode: 
    • Fast Mode: 
  • Extrusion
    • Hotend: All-Metal
    • Nozzle: Brass, 0.4 mm
    • Time-Lapse Videos: Direct Extrusion
    • Extrusion Flow: 35 mm³/s
    • Hotend Tempreture (Max): 300℃
  • Auto-Leveling 7×7 Point

Multi-Material Support

  • PLA: Y
  • PETG / PET: Y
  • ABS: Y
  • TPU: Y
  • PA: Y
  • PLA-CF: Y
  • PETG-CF: Y
  • PA-CF:Y

Electronic and Software

  • Power 100-240V AC, 50-60Hz
  • Power Consumption 350W, 110V/220V
  • Connections WiFi, Bluetooth, USB-C
  • Storage 8 GB EMMC, USB Drive
  • Method of Interaction Button, App, PC Software
  • CPU XBurst® (1.2GHz)
  • Slicer: AnkerMake Slicer, Prusa, Cura


  • Equipment Size 466 x 374 x 480 mm³ (Without Filament Holder)
  • Net Weight 9.6 kg
  • Gross Weight 12.8 kg
  • Warranty: 18 months

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