Well, today is the day that it officially launches on Kickstarter and we now know all the details. Below are the links to the Kickstarter as well as some of the launch articles I could find and a single youtube initial introduction to the product.
As someone who has been 3D printing a lot in the past couple of months since my Final Engineering project has a lot of self-designed parts in it I am beyond excited about this printer. The speeds at which they can print are insane and it seems like they are planning to have a lot of features coming with the printer right out of the gate instead of having people have to add them later like adding octoprint to some of the popular reality printers. The one thing that does concern me is how easy or hard maintenance will be since it seems everything is covered including the belts and wheels and things that would need replacing over time or even just how to adjust the belt tension as it gets loose over time. I would love to see Anker product other bed surfaces that could be interchangeable on the print bed. I feel this printer has a lot of promise in what they put on paper I just hope they can follow through on all of it.
I also really hope that anker takes the time to get a lot of good reviews and builds a strong community around the printer since strong community support can often lead to a lot of people buying it such as the ender 3 pro that reality makes has a huge backing even though it isn’t a high end printer.