The promise of 3D printers is obvious, with the potential of on-demand creation of physical objects. However many 3D printers are either expensive, slow, difficult to operate, or some mix of all three. AnkerMake is attempting to change that with the M5 3D Printer. It uses a built-in AI Camera Recognition system and XBurst CPU to enable printing speeds up to 5X faster than current printers with precision down to 0.1mm. An auto-leveling system, integrated die-cast aluminum alloy structure, and ultra-direct extruder all help in this goal, and a maximum print size of 9.25" x 9.25" x 9.84" allows makers to dream big. It has an LCD touchscreen but can also be controlled remotely, with the 1080p camera providing real-time views of the proceedings and allowing for timelapse recordings of any print job. Fully funded on Kickstarter, it's expected to start shipping in November.