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Eryone 3D Printer Thinker SE, Whisper Quiet printer with XL building surface - $360 ($650-$290)!

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I got an Ender 3 V2 as a first printer but I wish I had gone with some other brand. So many issues with my V2. Scratches on frame and bed, the glass bed is warped. Creality blamed it on "violent shipping" but the thing is fully encased in styrofoam and no amount of violent shipping will cause everything to be scratched like that. I'm still waiting for my free 1 kg filament from them. Three emails later and they still don't have an answer of when I will get it.

Anyway, this Eryone printer at $370 seems like a good deal and even better with the free filament. Print area is great if you want to print large items, or just having that option is a plus.
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makaheehee wrote: Ive got zero experience with 3d printers, however the more they come up the more projects I can think of that I can do with them.....
What are peoples thoughts on this one as a first printer or a v2.
From what I understand (limited knowledge, yes I am just jumping into this), this has a large bed so that you can print large objects.
This will be in my basement so i'm not too worried about noise.
Once you start your own designs that's when the fun really starts. I found this video a long time ago when I was trying to talk myself out of buying a 3D Printer:
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Getting a "Currently Not Available" for me. Hope it comes back.
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How does something like this compare to the Creality CR-10 series?

Want to get into 3D printing, remember looking into the CR-10 series 2-3 years ago but now they have so many sub models lol
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Nov 22, 2016
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After 2 days of test printing, I'd say I'm impressed and couldn't be happier to have this as my first printer.
With proper levelling, the 30x30 calibration cube using the provided throwaway PLA came out excellent with no obvious flaws.
I immediately switched over to PETG as a challenge and printed a fan duct upgrade. Besides 1 arm of the duct slightly warping and lifting from the print bed, overall it came out great as well and I was able to swap it in.
My next print was a Covid door opener also in solid PETG, again warping but the print was able to complete without any other additional issues. I'm still researching how to resolve the warping on the PETG (maybe add a brim next time for long skinny parts).
For $370 with a full spool of PLA, this is awesome value. Many thanks OP!
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damnkbd wrote: After 2 days of test printing, I'd say I'm impressed and couldn't be happier to have this as my first printer.
With proper levelling, the 30x30 calibration cube using the provided throwaway PLA came out excellent with no obvious flaws.
I immediately switched over to PETG as a challenge and printed a fan duct upgrade. Besides 1 arm of the duct slightly warping and lifting from the print bed, overall it came out great as well and I was able to swap it in.
My next print was a Covid door opener also in solid PETG, again warping but the print was able to complete without any other additional issues. I'm still researching how to resolve the warping on the PETG (maybe add a brim next time for long skinny parts).
For $370 with a full spool of PLA, this is awesome value. Many thanks OP!
Try turning off part cooling fan entirely. Checking your bed temps and increasing adhesion to bed should help!
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daniyo27 wrote: Try turning off part cooling fan entirely. Checking your bed temps and increasing adhesion to bed should help!
Wouldn't that cause stringing and horrible result on overhangs?
With the fans on for the upper layers I'm getting a very clean print, so maybe I just need to use a gluestick for the print bed. (Bed was set at 90 for first layer and 80 for the rest)
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