You may have seen recently, on Facebook, that Eryone are now offering their Eryone Standard Resin on a “Try before you buy” program. Their aim is to get more resin printer users who have never used Eryone 3D printer resin before to give it a go. They must be confident in their product, so read on to find out more!
Eryone claim that their resin has many advantages compared to the unique brands available. They would like more people to try out their Eryone Standard Resin, considering there are many resins available.
This “Try before you buy” initiative will allow anyone to try out Eryone resin on their machines with no risk. I think most people have experience of browsing through the many resins available, besides wondering if they work on their machine? How detailed is the resin? Does it have an overpowering smell?
How will it work?
- Invites will be sent to those who use resin printers and meet their criteria (no criteria are listed, unfortunately).
- I will send a printing background survey out to allow you to sign up.
- Eryone will provide you with instruction on how to get the Eryone Standard Resin via their site
- You use the resin as you normally would and then provide an honest rating of your experience in using it.
- You rate the resin from 1 to 10 and depending on your rating, this determines the last price you will pay.
Who can apply?
People who own and use resin printers are welcome to apply. In addition to those who have never used Eryone resin before. You will need to be trusted and honest in your evaluation. For first timers, they limit you to just 1 x 500ml bottle. You can then apply for more after the first evaluation should you wish to try unique colours.
How much would I pay?
This all depends on your rating for the Eryone Standard Resin. Here are some examples:
- If you rate the resin 3 out of 10, this means you would pay 30% of the MSRP
- If you rate it 7.5 out of 10 you would then pay 75% of the MSRP.
The MSRP for the US is $20 and for the EU it is €25.99.
For example, if you are from the US and you rate the resin 5 out of 10, you would only have to pay $10.
How do I apply?
To apply for the Eryone Standard Resin “Try before you buy” program,all you need to is asked them! Go to their 3D Printing Resin and Resin Printer Facebook group and drop them a message. Currently, for the first stage of the program, 20 people are currently enrolled, so plenty of room left for you to join!
Eryone Standard Resin Community Reviews
Here is where you will see some reviews from the Eryone standard resin trial
Gabriel Hahr – Eryone Cyan Resin
- Rating – ★10/10 ★
- Price – +20USD*100% =20USD (final payment)
- Printer – Elegoo Mars
Now onto my review of Eryone standard resin, I received a sample of Eryone Cyan resin just the other day and I loaded it on into my Elegoo Mars. I cannot say how much more I prefer the Eryone containers to the eSun containers that I was using prior. The opening is large enough to fit a funnel into it and I don’t rip my gloves every time I open it.
The resin itself is a vibrant blue, which curves to a darker, but still light toned blue after printing. had some bubbles from shaking it prior to pouring into the vat, but I usually just pop them with the plastic scrapper before I start a print.
Decided to 3D print a manticore since its wings and tail would be a challenge for the printer to handle. I went 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.
I don’t bother with heating my resin and I leave my printer in the garage to print overnight, so I can’t say I did anything special to get it to print better. It just works. Attached are a few photos, including one of the underside, where the supports are usually the most damaging.
Manticore 3D Model Download LINK
Rene We – Eryone Cyan Resin
- Rating – ★ 9.3/10 ★
- Price – 25,99€*93% = 24,17€
- Printer – Elegoo Mars
Actually, I was hoping to present a big bust and was full of anticipation for my 18 hour pressure. But what is it called so beautifully? It always comes different and above all different from you think. Yes, what can I say… My Elegoo Mars blessed the temporal. Looking for my print yesterday I saw my printer probably stopped printing after 14 hours..
Annoying… So quick hand removed the pressure and looked up what’s going on. My test picture for the UV is no longer showing. Speak the UV bulbs are no longer on…Well, great! Now it’s time for cause research… H publicly, my Saturn is coming soon!
Back to the resin – The smell is definitely rather than unobtrusive, I’ve definitely had worse.
Brittle – Well, in my opinion, it’s not much brittle than all the hobby resin brands too. And I don’t think it’s bad at all if it’s not the ultra-breakest resin, because functional parts are usually rarely pressed out of resin in the hobby area, anyway.
Color – The cyan has a rich shade, I like it!
Border note – I’ve been wondering for a long time why no manufacturer has yet come up with the idea to offer their color mixable in the base color… Eryone Krystal very good! Finally, someone who thinks along…
Price – However, I have to make a little swabs here. The price is perfectly fine and is in line with the competitors, however; I find the price policy for shipping costs wrong… A bottle of 2,75 €, 2 bottles xxx€3 bottles then xxx€ etc. So in my opinion, at least in Germany, you can flat-rate this with e.g. 4,95 € per package, no matter how much you order in household quantities.
I once saw what it costs me a bottle incl. Shipping to order and was approx. 24,20 € in the shop. Since I get out of the bill with this pay after trail program with a 100% rating more expensive than if I had ordered it normally, I deduct 7% here and land on 25,99 €* 93% = 24,17 €.
Chris Loneberg Gessle – Eryone White SLA Resin
- Rating – ★ 8.25/10 ★
- Price – 99*80% = 20.79EUR
- Printer – Elegoo Mars
I choose to try white resin for the purpose of being able to mix with alcohol inks, obtaining different colors. I printed a bunch of figures I have sculpted virtually in my VR rig HTC Vive, in different programmes like Kanova and Kodon.
The smell is low, and it is a standard resin so I expected more smell. Good job! The surface get dry and smooth, also a good sign of a nice resin: 9
When they first came out I was impressed both by the accuracy and speed the settings allowed for. 8 seconds exposure time is quick compared to other resins of different brands I have used: 10
When the resin was washed in IPA and cured in either the sun or in my UV-chamber, the result was a lot more yellow. The white print became quite beautiful like vintage ebony, yellow and beige/pink. I just wasn’t ready for the bleach-burn. For the next test print, I dropped five drops of blueberry resin colorant in the white resin, and the prints came out pale blue. When I cured the blue print it got green, a beautiful jade tint. Same yellowish bleach burn: 6
So; white resin changes color in the curing process – and if the result needs to be really white, you need to paint it with white paint. But it is a speedy resin with low odor. (And the other colors tested seems to hold the color hue better.)
- First picture – White prints hanging in the printer.
- Second print – From the left: White prints after a spin in my sunny window. Then blue tinted prints before much UV rays. Last / to the right; blue prints after UV curing, they turn greenish and almost white again.
- Third picture – My printing settings.
Krzysztof Kowalczuk – Eryone Clear Resin
- Rating – ★ 9.25/10 ★
- Price – 99*90% = 23,39EUR
- Printer – Elegoo mars Pro
When I chose Eryone clear resin I thought what would be even better than just standard clear resin, ofc what’s better is coloured transparent resin which for now Eryone lacks, and because I have plenty of resin dyes, as I often work with epoxy resin I thought why not give it a go
Only issue I had with the resin were some adhesion issues, I have my FEP greased with PTFE lube but unlike Eryone white which is my usual go to resin this one still got stuck to the FEP
Now since we have unpleasant things behind us, good sides
- -Pretty much complete lack of smell, Elegoo mars Pro has a carbon filter and on top of that I have extra standalone mini carbon filter inside but even when you pour it you can barely smell it
- – bit of flexibility is always good as it makes your prints bit more “impact” resistant, the tower I printed, I dropped some parts while rinsing it in my bathroom and they survived with no issues
- Low exposure times initially I had it set to 50s first 5 layers and 7s exposure, but it worked as well with 5s exposure.
- Mixing with resin dyes is very easy and most epoxy resin dyes can be used without any issues, the only thing you have to pay attention to the particles or filers in the dyes as this can really mess up the print I yet have to test how much dye can be added
- Lack of oily surface after curing without wash, as mentioned before I work with epoxy resin and thought why not try use UV resin to fix some imperfections, some UV resins that I used before left sticky, oily residue after curing, but not Eryone, it cures dry and solid.
In conclusion, apart from one issue that I had, its great resin and definitely can recommend it to everyone as a go to everyday resin.
Makoto Schoppert – Eryone Cyan Resin
- Rating – ★ 10/10 ★
- Price – +20USD*100% =20USD
- Printer – Elegoo mars Pro
I ordered the cyan resin. I wanted something that wasn’t too dark and not too light so that details can be seen before they are painted. For functional parts such as FDM printer parts, I don’t bother to paint the parts.
I started off with printing some miniatures, such as D&D miniatures and a few animals. I haven’t had any failures or cracking yet, so I have been really pleased so far. With the Elegoo Mars, I set the bottom layer exposure time to 60s and the other layers to 8s.
After the print is done, I would rinse it off in alcohol then put it in an ultrasonic bath with a mixture of water and Mean Green. Finally, I would rinse it off with water and then cure. If it’s sunny out, I will use a solar-powered turntable and put them outside for a little.
I had a small issue, which I think is just user error. With some miniatures with flat bases, I had them elevated 5mm and with supports under them, with a 40% density. I should have added more supports under the base as part of it came off of the support during the print, but luckily the majority of it stayed on. I could have tilted the models as well so that the base didn’t print out completely horizontal.
I did not notice a heavy odor with this resin compared to some of my other resins. I have also used resin from Elegoo and Anycubic.
Odor – 10 – no powerful odor that would give me a headache.
Quality – 10 – Resin prints beautifully.
Packaging – 10 – Sturdy box, air pillow around the entire bottle, dark bottle to keep light out.
Price – 9 – Average price. This is properly priced, but also about the same as other brands.
Strength – N/A – Hasn’t tested this with functional parts that need strength yet.
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