Eryone Steampunk Rainbow PLA Filament(1KG/2.2lbs) - 1.75mm

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$26.99 -Liquid error (product-price line 26): divided by 0%

There are only 3 words to depict the rainbow multi-colored PLA: Gorgeous, Amazing, Beautiful. Perfect for arts & crafts projects, vases and any other 3D printed large items that could fully reveal the rainbow eye-popping effect. About 13~15m/color, 1.75mm and +/-0.05mm tolerance. Easy to Print, No clogging , made from Odorless natural material.

Color transition sequence is Red-Orange-Yellow-Green-Blue-Purple-Red. The first color is random. Note:Print something with at least 80-100m of material to get the full effect and it must have infill.

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Eryone Steampunk Rainbow PLA Filament(1KG/2.2lbs) - 1.75mm

the Best resin i've ever used

Jamie Osborne

gray resin

6months using this resin (Maybe a little longer) Me personal their isn’t any smell that being said resin smells doesn’t really effect me.I have multiple resin machines all are varying in different parameters. I’ve had this resin print comfortable between 5secs and 10secs (The latter for yellow and cyan) - Pre supported files.
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3D Printing IG

Martinfalk3d

has used glitter ,marble,white PLA

I have been fascinated about the possibilities these machines give us

So fast forward to 2020, now a complete collecting of 16 printers. I have always been interested in cars, boats, planes, generally everything with an engine, and that of course includes space rockets. I scaled the model down, just enough for the base could fit my bed at 200x200mm.All the prints came out absolutely amazing and couldn't be happier about the outcome, even the top spear of the rocket came out sharp with no sign of problems. Glitter Blue PLA is still my all time favourite filament colour. follow me iG@martinfalk3d.
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Modeller

BODY3D

has used magenta&gray resin

I love 3D Modeling, Printing and Painting

I discovered the world of 3D in September 2017, I directly loved it ! I have been modeling since March 2019 because I really wanted to create characters & creatures from A to Z using my printers. I own two Elegoo Mars, an Elegoo Saturn. It's really more than a passion, I would like to make it my job ! I tried the Eryone resin,and I find it really great. With a 20% - 40% angle for models, I realized that perfect impressions !

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3D printing writer

Michael Bird

has used TPU

Eryone TPU met most of my needs .

I first started 3D printing back in Dec 2017. I particularly love 3D printing as it allows you to create things you wouldn’t think possible and its just amazing to watch it in action,one of my first big prints was the OpenRC F1 car, of which I wanted to 3D print the tyres. I came across Eryone TPU. to print with Eryone TPU, I would suggest printing it slow with no retraction. Slow as in around 30 mm/s. I was able to use my 3D printer with a bowden tube, so direct drive is not necessarily required. The pros of Eryone TPU is that it looks and feels great. I also found it easy to print with! The cons? I would only say the grip, but this would be down to the process of printing it.

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ERYONE long time users

Trevor Shurtz

has purchased ER-20

SUPER simple to assemble

adjust Z-offset, and get printing! Took me maybe 20 minutes!
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the manticore is flawless

Gabriel Hahr

has purchased cyan resin

I decided to print a manticore since its wings and tail were going to be a challenge for the printer to handle. I went pretty risky using entirely light supports in chitubox with a relatively low density of 65% and it didn't have any failure points. The supports popped off the surface of the model with minimal scarring and honestly aside from some z banding, which is my printers fault, the manticore is flawless. I used 8 second exposures.
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