I received one of these printers a few weeks ago. It's my 6th 3D printer, and my 3rd FDM. My first was an Ender 3 Pro, and almost killed my love of FDM printing. It was a nightmare. I replaced it with my big Delta, the Anycubic Predator, and honestly, it's an amazing printer that I'm sad to see has gone away. On to this one: It took me about 15 minutes after unboxing to get it up & running. It was dead-simple to level, and the only failure I've had so far is with Nylon. PLA prints like a dream, and has been churning out Christmas stocking stuffers non-stop. I love that it's enclosed, because that really helps keep problems to a minimum. Drafts are bad for FDM printers, by the way. Here are a couple of fun prints I've recently completed with this printer. The glow in the dark filament has been sitting in a bin at my house for about a year. I didn't even bother putting it in the dehydrator. I just printed out a ghost viking longboat... because I can! The throne was equally old filament that I decided to power through. Again, no dehydrator, and it just worked.
I purchased this printer a few months ago and the delivery was perfect in time. Printing the first test was done within 3 hours, including the unboxing. The first results of the project I was printing where very satisfying. And I must say that I'm printing for my job on a printer that is about 80 times more expensive than this one, but the results of this printer are not significantly worse than from the expensive printer. Of course the expensive printer is able to print the most exotic kinds of plastics and I have used PLA and PLA+ so far. PETG will probably work the same and ABS requires some more attention. But for home projects this is just fine for me. So if you're into 3D printing and you're looking for a printer that is of a solid quality I surely will recommend this printer. It works great whit the cura slicer in a intuitive way, even for beginners. It comes with all necessary tools so you can start printing from out the box. As I mentioned before I'm impressed by the results and will recommend the Anycubic 4max pro 2.0 to anyone who's into 3D printing.
My printer arrived in 6 days, very well packing and build quality. I started printing right after 10 mins mounting the filament sensor and bed leveling. Really satisfied with this printer. Since I have it "one week" is printing all days long. Isn't so noisy like others printers I had. I can keep it in my living room while printing. Tried PLA, ABS and PETG so far with great results. I definitely recommend 4 Max Pro 2.0