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PaulB
(@paulb)
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Any experience with Eryone Matte PLA?

Hi,

Has anyone tried the Eryone Matte PLA? DOes it need a hardened nozzle? I get great results with standard Eryone PLA, it's become my go to for cheap PLA from Amazon. 

Wondered if I need to buy a new nozzle for it.

Thanks

Paul

Posted : 22/06/2021 10:11 am
Steve Kohls
(@steve-kohls)
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Any luck printing with it?

Hi Paul,

Any luck printing with the Eryone Matte PLA? I have some Matte Olive Green that I'm getting ready to print with and was wondering what settings you used.

 

Thanks,

 

Steve

Posted : 17/08/2021 1:26 am
PaulB
(@paulb)
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Topic starter answered:
Works grear

Yes, I printed the eryone matte PLA on the default PLA profile and it printed fine, looks really good. 

Posted : 17/08/2021 8:42 am
PaulB
(@paulb)
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Topic starter answered:
0.6mm

I just remembered, I did use a 0.6mm nozzle, but I’m sure it would also be good on the standard. I have started to use a 0.6mm a lot as it’s much faster and the results are still very good. 

Posted : 17/08/2021 8:44 am
cwbullet
(@cwbullet)
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Nozzle

I used the generic PLA and a 0.4 nozzle.  

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Posted : 17/08/2021 10:37 am
Steve Kohls
(@steve-kohls)
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My results – more flow, less speed

So I used the generic PLA profile with my 0.4 nozzle. I did have some under-extrusion, both on the first layer and subsequent layers. I played with the flow rate and the print speed while printing and had some luck with 110% flow rate, and 90% speed. In the end, I'm not sure these would be the final parameters to use, but it did well enough on the print that I'm happy with it.

Posted : 21/08/2021 7:27 pm
cwbullet
(@cwbullet)
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Eryone

Glad you found a solution.  Happy Printing.  

Posted by: @steve-kohls

So I used the generic PLA profile with my 0.4 nozzle. I did have some under-extrusion, both on the first layer and subsequent layers. I played with the flow rate and the print speed while printing and had some luck with 110% flow rate, and 90% speed. In the end, I'm not sure these would be the final parameters to use, but it did well enough on the print that I'm happy with it.

 

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Chuck H
3D Printer Review Blog...
Posted : 22/08/2021 12:22 am
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