So yesterday I did a relatively short rundown on what is 3d printing and I also spoke about my visit with SeeMeCNC. Well today I’m actually going to dive into the SeeMeCNC Eris 3d printer that I picked up when I was visiting them. The Eris is their brand new portable delta printer. Not only is easy to carry, but they set out to make the Eris their first truly out of the box and printing experience. Generally, with most 3d printers you have a lot of build and setup time, but with the Eris shipping completely built and with their new Auto Leveling system they are hoping it will be a great printer for new 3d printing users. Well it just so happens, I’m that 3d printing noob, so I’m going to run you guys/girls through my experience from start to finish to help you decide if the Eris is the printer for you.

Product Name: SeeMeCNC Eris

Review Sample Provided by: SeeMeCNC

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes

Amazon Link: HERE

Be sure to check out our coverage yesterday as well, we visted SeeMeCNC and took a tour. 

Printer Design Delta
Machine overall dimensions (no filament spool) 9-1/2" (240mm) dia x 17-1/2" (444mm)
Build Volume 4.9" dia x 6.5" tall
Build Surface Bborosilicate glass build plate with a custom build surface laminate pre-installed
Hot End HE280 metal hotend with acceleromter probe (Up to 280c)
Calibration Automatic calibration
Filament Compatibility 1.75mm
Printable Materials PLA, PETG and other materials such as the blended PLA's
Power requirements 100-240VAC 50-60Hz 2Amp
Controller Mini-RAMBo 3D printer control board by UltiMachine
Connection USB 2.0
Compatibility Windows and Mac
Shipping dimensions 13" x 13" x 23" tall (330mm x 330mm x 584mm tall)
Shipping weight (includes 1 lb (0.5kg) spool of filament: 13.8lb (5.81kg)
Ships with

(0.5kg) spool of filament

80 Watt power adapter
USB Cable
SeeMeCNC Print Removal Tool
Filament stand


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garfi3ld replied the topic: #37925 20 May 2016 16:45
TodayI check out the Eris, SeeMeCNCs new portable 3d printer
AndyM replied the topic: #37938 21 Jun 2016 19:24
Thank you for that fascinating review. No offence, but were you thinking of Odie when you made that giraffe? :)
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garfi3ld replied the topic: #37939 22 Jun 2016 08:03

AndyM wrote: Thank you for that fascinating review. No offence, but were you thinking of Odie when you made that giraffe? :)

LOL I hadn't considered it looking like Odie but that is funny!

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