You can place an order directly on the official website, our system will automatically calculate the shipping cost and quotation, and you can pay directly with PayPal. If you are unable to use PayPal, you can email us for alternative payment methods at [email protected].
The Eazao ceramic 3D printer supports most pottery clays, and you can buy them from your local pottery studio or Amazon. We list some of the clays that our customers have used, and give the requirements of ceramic 3D printers for printing clays. Read more here: https://www.eazao.com/blog/which-clays-can-i-use-for-printing/
You can just buy the Eazao ceramic 3D printer, no need to buy other accessories, just buy the clay and use it after you receive it. Of course, you can also buy other vulnerable accessories, such as: cartridge, oil seal, printed bed, adapter, etc.
We recommend that you purchase accessories at the same time as you purchase Eazao. But you can also buy similar accessories locally or on Amazon. We have marked the model, size and reference purchase URL for all Eazao accessories, you can judge and buy by yourself.
To reduce the waiting time and improve the user experience for our users, we have been working with reputable logistics companies such as FEDEX, UPS and DHL. For this campaign, depending on backers’ countries, we will use different shipping carriers for faster and safer logistics services.
You can find Eazao’s product manuals and numerous tutorials on the Downloads and Support screens, as well as check out Eazao’s YouTube channel. In addition, we also provide video guidance services by Email and Skype. The Eazao Ceramic 3D Printer is the most sold ceramic 3D printer in the world. Before buying, you can check our Facebook Group to see what users are saying about Eazao.
Just like you learn a new skill, action is always the first step to solving a problem. Ceramic 3D printing is different from FDM 3D printing of plastic, in most cases you need to make the printing material yourself: clay. However, once you have the clay, printing is simple. We equipped the standard version of Eazao with an SD card with sample Gcode. You can make your first print immediately after installing the Eazao ceramic 3D printer and the clay.
The warranty period is 180 days. As for the quality issues (non-human damage) of your Eazao during the warranty period, we provide replacement parts free of charge. Customers only need to pay the shipment fee. If the quality issues are caused due to improper use or beyond the warranty period, the replacement part and shipment will be charged from customers’ side. Since Eazao is a modular design, the shipping fee will be relatively less and is also a money saver.
You can check the solution to the electric putter problem in the blog:
If you still can’t solve it, please contact [email protected].
You need to level the build platform again according to the instruction manual to reduce the distance between the build platform and the nozzle. The electric putter was pre-extruded again. Spray water on the printed board.
It can be taken out immediately after printing. For some thin-walled models, you can use hot air heater to helps the model to dry more quickly.
For ordinary clay, it needs to be fired in the kiln. The temperature depends on your needs. Generally, the pottery needs about 800 °C, and the porcelain needs about 1200 °C.
We have developed a kiln using a regular kitchen oven, allowing you to burn ceramics at home. The microwave kiln developed by us can heat up to over 1000℃ in about half an hour, the longer the temperature, the higher the temperature.
The printed model is directly on a square wooden board of 170 mm*170mm.
Printing with clay is safe. The clay you use is no different from the materials used in ceramic stores around the world.
We do not recommend printing food. The main materials of Eazao are PVC, nylon and stainless steel. It can print any food paste with the correct viscosity and no hard, sticky or fibrous.
The best practice is a ratio of 1 to 2, and a layer height of 0.8 mm is best printed with a 1.6 mm nozzle. With our 0.6 mm nozzle, very fine and soft clay can be as low as 0.3 mm per layer.
The best result is a layer height between 0.4 and 1.5 mm and a larger nozzle. However, the printout is still clay and will deform when dry. Solid or multi-walls are not recommended unless a large degree of stability or heavy post-processing (such as engraving) is required.
For better printing parameters, we can’t provide much advice and still need to explore the necessary printing techniques.
The print speed depends on many variables:
The type of clay you use.
The hardness of the clay.
The height and line width you have chosen.
For any layer height or nozzle width, the best printing speed is 15 to 25 mm per second.
The printer’s operating voltage is DC 12V 10A.
You can adjust and modify our printer as needed. Its CPU is based on the open source Arduino mega + ramps 1.4 setup. However, in this case we are unable to provide a wide warranty. We have opened some of the source code and can download it from here.
Disconnect the extruder from the printer and place it in a glass filled with water.
Make sure it is not submerged in the middle of the flexible coupling under the motor and gearbox! Let it soak for about an hour.