Eryone Thinker S – A new contender on the block
Are you one of the many makers who have fallen in love with the quickly growing company, Eryone? Founded in June 2018, Eryone launched a Kickstarter that was funded within one month. That success led to producing a line of different filaments. Many people have been raving about their Silk line for the past year and a half. In January 2019 the company began manufacturing their 3D printer, the Thinker. Today, I get the pleasure of introducing you to their latest printer, the Eryone Thinker S.
What’s most important to know
The Eryone Thinker S combines many of the latest features that consumers are looking for today when shopping for 3D printers. Most notably, this printer comes standard with TMC2208 V1.2 drivers. That’s an average noise reduction of 27%; compared to the standard A4988 drivers in most other printers today.
Next, Eryone has used sturdy aluminium extrusions for the framing. They include abrasion-resistant v-slot wheels. Not only do they drastically reduce wear, but their design requires no tuning of eccentric nuts. Finally, the Eryone Thinker S comes standard with Everyone’s Maflex removable printing surface. The Maflex is a magnetic, flexible spring steel sheet coated with PEI.
Size and Power do matter
The Eryone Thinker S has a build volume of 300mmX300mmX400mm. This is comparable to many of the currently popular models, such as the Creailty CR10S, Tevo Tornado, or Artillery Sidewinder X1. The heated bed is equipped with dual MOSFETs. They support high currents for fast heating and prevent overheating of the motherboard.
The maximum temperature for the bed is 110C. That means the ability to print ABS and similar materials more efficiently. The bed also comes pre-loaded with strain relief for the wiring and v-slot extrusions to prevent warping. The hotend can reach a maximum of 260C. This allows for a wide variety of the most popular filaments used today. All this is fed through a 24V DC output power supply. You are assured never have to worry about suffering power fluctuation or inconsistent print quality that results from it.
The finer details
The Eryone Thinker S has a few more tricks up its sleeves! Power failure recovery is quickly becoming a “must-have” for makers of all skill levels. Eryone made sure their offering is no exception to this “rule”. It also comes with a pre-mounted bracket for auto bed-levelling sensors; such as the BLTouch, 3DTouch, or other proximity sensing styles.
One smaller, but note-worthy addition is an extended feeder bar on the extruder assembly. This means you will have less force required when loading and unloading filament through the Bowden-style setup. Lastly, they’ve included ruler measurements on each upright extrusion. This feature helps you measure progress and ensures that the gantry is staying level.
Eryone – Bringing it all home
Eryone’s competitors are currently selling their printers between £470 to £525. The Eryone Thinker S is being offered for a fantastic price of £419.99, with a 15% discount, AND a free roll of filament (at the time of publishing this article) through Amazon.
If you’d like more information about Eryone’s filament, check out Eryone Rainbow Filament – Oh How Colourful by Scott Masson or Eryone Marble PLA Filament: With A Realistic Marble Effect by Michael Bird.