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By | 22nd November 2021

Vyper 3D printer review

The Vyper is a surprisingly robust 3D printer with more features than you would expect from a $400 machine. It just needs a proper slicer profile.

Anycubic Vyper Hero



nycubic is a mainstay of the hobbyist 3D printing world and has been making great quality printers for years. Not only does it make excellent resin printers like the Photon Mono X but it also has a line of inexpensive FDM printers.

The Anycubic Vyper is the company’s latest foray into FDM printing and has received many upgrades from previous 3D printers. We took it for a spin and found it to be an excellent budget printer with some not-so-budget extras.

Because Anycubic has been around a long time, its logistics team is prepared to supply Vypers to its warehouses. Since the 3D printer was released, I haven’t seen it leave Amazon, so if you are looking to buy one, you should be able to get it easily.

 The Vyper retails at around $430, but I have seen it drop as low as $355 with select coupons. The Vyper is good enough to be added to our best 3D printers on a budget lineup, and the price is about perfect for the features and print quality.


  I was happy with the print quality of the Vyper. It is one of the best I’ve used in this price bracket, and I think it has more to give in this area. The prints out of the box are good, and I think they could be excellent with some fine-tuning. The upgraded extruder seems to have helped a lot more than I thought it would, and even printing at fairly high speeds, the prints were decent. While I did lose some of Scarlet Witch’s mystic energy from Kijai Designs model, the printer corrected itself and managed to complete the print while still keeping the model looking good.
Best 3D Printer Store reviewed by on 22nd November 2021 rated 4.8 on 5.0