ANYCUBIC D Delta Kossel 3D Printer Pre-Assembled with Ultrabase Hotbed and Semi Auto Leveling Huge Print Size 370×370×455mm

Technical Specification

Technology: FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
Build Size: φ370mm(D) x 455mm(H)
Layer Resolution: 0.05-0.3 mm
Positioning Accuracy: X/Y/Z 0.0125mm
Extruder Quantity: Single
Nozzle/Filament Diameter: 0.4 mm/1.75mm
Print Speed: 20~150mm/s (suggested 60mm/s)
Supported Materials: PLA, ABS,TPU, HIPS, Wood


Ambient Operating Temperature: 8°C – 40°C
Operational Extruder Temperature: max 250°C
Operational Print Bed Temperature: max 100°C


Slicer Software: Cura, Smplify3D, Repetier-HOST
Software Input Formats: .STL, .OBJ, JPG, PNG
Software Output Formats: GCode
Connectivity: Memory card; Data cable(expert users only)


Input rating: 110V/220V AC, 50/60Hz
Working Voltage: 12V DC

Product Features

  • 【Solid metal construction】: Heavy duty DELTA structure, minimum shaking during printing.
  • 【With Auto Leveller】: Automatically detect 37 points, supports real-time adjustment Real-time compensation of nozzle height.Easy Leveling,Save your much time and effort on print bed levelling.
  • 【Huge Build Volume】: 370mm(D)*455mm(H) – big space for creation.
  • 【Flying Extruder】: Better results on flexible filament.
  • 【Attention】:Both the “Anycubic” name branded and “Predator” name branded all same for the Kossel D,Same quality,If you have any problem,please feel free to contact us.

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3 thoughts on “ANYCUBIC D Delta Kossel 3D Printer Pre-Assembled with Ultrabase Hotbed and Semi Auto Leveling Huge Print Size 370×370×455mm”

  1. Solid, Large Volume, Good Print Quality — Build Surface Heating and QC Issues So far, so good…Mostly. Still getting it dialed in, but the print quality is good and it has good speed. The 24Volt build surface heats up fast, but takes a long, long time to cool down. It also can heat up a small room (and the surface the printer is sitting on) during a multi-hour print job.However, after less than a week, a piece of the UltraBase stuck to the bottom of my project. It had long cooled to room temperature (the job…

  2. Great. I knew it would be large in size, but check out my photo next to my MakerGear M2. I think you could stack six of them inside it.It took me 55 minutes to unbox it and finish assembly, which was just bolting the structure and plugging in some cables. Make sure to check the voltage switch on the power supply as it comes at 220.The fact that they added a bunch of stuff made it seem like they were not skimping on anything. It had a…

  3. I really wanted to like this printer but a bad sensor happened. So If I could rate this based on the build materials, design, and the instructions provided/packaging this would be an easy 5 star rating. Unfortunately it had a bad sensor and could never level it. It wouldn’t know when to stop on the y axis and so it kept going making a terrible noise. I had to turn it off to make it stop. “Jeff” from support never really got back to me with a timeframe on a replacement sensor so here I am sending it back…

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