ELEGOO Saturn MSLA 3D Printers UV Photocuring LCD Resin 3D Printer with 4K Monochrome LCD, Matrix UV LED Light Source, Off-Line, and WLAN Print,192x120x200mm / 7.55×4.72×7.87 inches Printing Size


ELEGOO Saturn Resin 3D Printer

sizeUV LEDELEGOO Saturn MSLA UV Photocuring LCD Resin 4K 3D PrinterOne-Stop Solution

One-Stop Solution to Resin 3D Printing

  • ELEGOO is one of the leading resin 3D printer brand on the market and has gained loads of supports from our customers across the global.
  • When dealing with resin 3D printing, the essential printing material you cant skip is photo-polymer resin. ELEGOO works hard on the resin research and development to make sure a consistent output when you 3D printing on ELEGOO Saturn 3D printers.
  • Post-processing is needed for resin 3D printing, which would involve model washing and re-curing. ELEGOO Mercury series products are here to help. No more messy cleaning or fussy bathing for your 3D prints, using Mercury Plus to have them washed clean and tight within minutes. Then cure them with the same 405nm wavelength UV light and you will see another piece of art come out.
  • To have a refreshing printing environment, we highly recommend to use ELEGOO Mini Air Purifiers and put them in the cover during 3D printing, which will absorb almost all the pungent fumes and odor from the resin.

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Our Commitment :If you have any questions or are not satisfied or need an use guide, please feel free to let us know,ELEGOO Official Service team will answer your questions within 24 hours. please send us via email or click “Ask the ELEGOO”

Your satisfaction is our goal!

The only limitation is your imagination. Print now and go with ELEGOO.

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Cleaning Method Alcohol Alcohol Alcohol Water washable
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Dimensions: 37 x 34 x 62 cm; 9.98 Kilograms
Manufacture: ELEGOO
Dimensions: 37 x 34 x 62 cm; 9.98 Kilograms
Origin: China
Reference: UK-UNI-3D-093

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123 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This printer works perfectly for everything I need it for, which is as a hobby printer and for printing prototypes for university.

    It’s essentially plug and play, just level the bed and you’re off.

    The detail is honestly incredible, I would upload pics and videos but Amazon wants access to both my camera and camera roll for that and no thanks.

    It even prints the skin details on a gwenom figure, I was very surprised.

    Couldn’t recommend this printer more.

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This printer works perfectly for everything I need it for, which is as a hobby printer and for printing prototypes for university.

    It’s essentially plug and play, just level the bed and you’re off.

    The detail is honestly incredible, I would upload pics and videos but Amazon wants access to both my camera and camera roll for that and no thanks.

    It even prints the skin details on a gwenom figure, I was very surprised.

    Couldn’t recommend this printer more.

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This printer works perfectly for everything I need it for, which is as a hobby printer and for printing prototypes for university.

    It’s essentially plug and play, just level the bed and you’re off.

    The detail is honestly incredible, I would upload pics and videos but Amazon wants access to both my camera and camera roll for that and no thanks.

    It even prints the skin details on a gwenom figure, I was very surprised.

    Couldn’t recommend this printer more.

  4. EzekielL19 says:

     United Kingdom

    This printer works perfectly for everything I need it for, which is as a hobby printer and for printing prototypes for university.

    It’s essentially plug and play, just level the bed and you’re off.

    The detail is honestly incredible, I would upload pics and videos but Amazon wants access to both my camera and camera roll for that and no thanks.

    It even prints the skin details on a gwenom figure, I was very surprised.

    Couldn’t recommend this printer more.

  5. KatrinaNesbit says:

     United Kingdom

    I have a Elegoo Mars pro which I like a lot, so thought I would get another Elegoo. I decided to get the Elegoo Saturn the printer is great. Larger size and better quality prints, easy to use & set up.

  6. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    So, I will preface this with I had a bit of a teething issue with the screen but I had what was probably one of the best customer service from the support team. They got my issue sorted, help with trouble shooting, and ended up replacing the screen with no issues. They helped me through the process of getting it up and running. It was easy, pleasant, and just what the gold standard for service should have been.

    As a new user of printers in general it was a bit of a learning curve and I do not think the saturn is the place to start as a first timer. Its good, and once you get it set up and dialed in it works like a dream. BUT as it is a bigger picture suction forces played a bit more of a role and I had to learn how to manage that. That isn’t a fault of the machine. Just something to note and you really want to dial your stuff in. I have printed plenty with it and I am happy i got it.

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I have not looked back since purchase this printer is fantastic I have had to contact customer service for replacement screen as FEP leaked and cured onto screen but that was my own fault, however elegoo are replacing under warranty they where quick to respond and quick to ship new produc

  8. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is my first ever 3d printer and I’m impressed! So much so I went and bought a Mars and wash station. I was given a challenge to make Christmas gifts this year and the Saturn didn’t let me down, I was able to build ideas in tinkercad and transport with ease to chutbox. The large build size meant I was able to make the giant models (19cm) in one piece. I had one problem with a fan and Elegoo immediately sent a replacement. Excellent customer service.!

    Tips to get the best from your machine I’ve found so far with trial and error are:
    Don’t put your printer near a window, drafts and sunlight can be a problem
    When downloading the chutbox check resolution settings as they are incorrect( should be X:3840 Y:2400
    I have found that using these settings after much testing( 6 bottles of 1kg resin) I don’t have anymore failed prints, ( these settings work on both Elegoo and anycubic Resin of all colours)
    Settings-Print
    Layer height: 0.03mm or 0.04mm (depending on detail)
    Bottom Layer count :6
    Exposure Time : 3 s
    Bottom Exposure Time: 15s Max ( excellent build plate)
    Light off:0
    Bottom light off delay:0
    Bottom Lift distance:8mm
    Lifting Distance: 7mm
    Bottom lift speed :40mm ( speed at which it removes print fromFEP)( too low won’t lift, to high will pull off)
    Lifting speed: 120mm ( speed at which it lefts out of the tray)
    Retract speed:180mm(speed going back down) to high and it will cause sloshing over the sides.

    If using supports, I always add a skate raft and increase all raft settings by 10%
    Last but not least angle your print at 35-45 degrees this should stop failed or warped printing.
    Also buy either a spare FEP sheet pack or a screen cover to protect your LCD screen as you will get resin spills and over time it damages the screen. Do not scrap it off as it damages the film beneath.

    I really do love this machine and can’t wait till May to purchase the Jupiter!

    Elegoo Fan for life!

  9. Miranda2458 says:

     United Kingdom

    This is my first ever 3d printer and I’m impressed! So much so I went and bought a Mars and wash station. I was given a challenge to make Christmas gifts this year and the Saturn didn’t let me down, I was able to build ideas in tinkercad and transport with ease to chutbox. The large build size meant I was able to make the giant models (19cm) in one piece. I had one problem with a fan and Elegoo immediately sent a replacement. Excellent customer service.!

    Tips to get the best from your machine I’ve found so far with trial and error are:
    Don’t put your printer near a window, drafts and sunlight can be a problem
    When downloading the chutbox check resolution settings as they are incorrect( should be X:3840 Y:2400
    I have found that using these settings after much testing( 6 bottles of 1kg resin) I don’t have anymore failed prints, ( these settings work on both Elegoo and anycubic Resin of all colours)
    Settings-Print
    Layer height: 0.03mm or 0.04mm (depending on detail)
    Bottom Layer count :6
    Exposure Time : 3 s
    Bottom Exposure Time: 15s Max ( excellent build plate)
    Light off:0
    Bottom light off delay:0
    Bottom Lift distance:8mm
    Lifting Distance: 7mm
    Bottom lift speed :40mm ( speed at which it removes print fromFEP)( too low won’t lift, to high will pull off)
    Lifting speed: 120mm ( speed at which it lefts out of the tray)
    Retract speed:180mm(speed going back down) to high and it will cause sloshing over the sides.

    If using supports, I always add a skate raft and increase all raft settings by 10%
    Last but not least angle your print at 35-45 degrees this should stop failed or warped printing.
    Also buy either a spare FEP sheet pack or a screen cover to protect your LCD screen as you will get resin spills and over time it damages the screen. Do not scrap it off as it damages the film beneath.

    I really do love this machine and can’t wait till May to purchase the Jupiter!

    Elegoo Fan for life!

  10. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is my first ever 3d printer and I’m impressed! So much so I went and bought a Mars and wash station. I was given a challenge to make Christmas gifts this year and the Saturn didn’t let me down, I was able to build ideas in tinkercad and transport with ease to chutbox. The large build size meant I was able to make the giant models (19cm) in one piece. I had one problem with a fan and Elegoo immediately sent a replacement. Excellent customer service.!

    Tips to get the best from your machine I’ve found so far with trial and error are:
    Don’t put your printer near a window, drafts and sunlight can be a problem
    When downloading the chutbox check resolution settings as they are incorrect( should be X:3840 Y:2400
    I have found that using these settings after much testing( 6 bottles of 1kg resin) I don’t have anymore failed prints, ( these settings work on both Elegoo and anycubic Resin of all colours)
    Settings-Print
    Layer height: 0.03mm or 0.04mm (depending on detail)
    Bottom Layer count :6
    Exposure Time : 3 s
    Bottom Exposure Time: 15s Max ( excellent build plate)
    Light off:0
    Bottom light off delay:0
    Bottom Lift distance:8mm
    Lifting Distance: 7mm
    Bottom lift speed :40mm ( speed at which it removes print fromFEP)( too low won’t lift, to high will pull off)
    Lifting speed: 120mm ( speed at which it lefts out of the tray)
    Retract speed:180mm(speed going back down) to high and it will cause sloshing over the sides.

    If using supports, I always add a skate raft and increase all raft settings by 10%
    Last but not least angle your print at 35-45 degrees this should stop failed or warped printing.
    Also buy either a spare FEP sheet pack or a screen cover to protect your LCD screen as you will get resin spills and over time it damages the screen. Do not scrap it off as it damages the film beneath.

    I really do love this machine and can’t wait till May to purchase the Jupiter!

    Elegoo Fan for life!

  11. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is my first ever 3d printer and I’m impressed! So much so I went and bought a Mars and wash station. I was given a challenge to make Christmas gifts this year and the Saturn didn’t let me down, I was able to build ideas in tinkercad and transport with ease to chutbox. The large build size meant I was able to make the giant models (19cm) in one piece. I had one problem with a fan and Elegoo immediately sent a replacement. Excellent customer service.!

    Tips to get the best from your machine I’ve found so far with trial and error are:
    Don’t put your printer near a window, drafts and sunlight can be a problem
    When downloading the chutbox check resolution settings as they are incorrect( should be X:3840 Y:2400
    I have found that using these settings after much testing( 6 bottles of 1kg resin) I don’t have anymore failed prints, ( these settings work on both Elegoo and anycubic Resin of all colours)
    Settings-Print
    Layer height: 0.03mm or 0.04mm (depending on detail)
    Bottom Layer count :6
    Exposure Time : 3 s
    Bottom Exposure Time: 15s Max ( excellent build plate)
    Light off:0
    Bottom light off delay:0
    Bottom Lift distance:8mm
    Lifting Distance: 7mm
    Bottom lift speed :40mm ( speed at which it removes print fromFEP)( too low won’t lift, to high will pull off)
    Lifting speed: 120mm ( speed at which it lefts out of the tray)
    Retract speed:180mm(speed going back down) to high and it will cause sloshing over the sides.

    If using supports, I always add a skate raft and increase all raft settings by 10%
    Last but not least angle your print at 35-45 degrees this should stop failed or warped printing.
    Also buy either a spare FEP sheet pack or a screen cover to protect your LCD screen as you will get resin spills and over time it damages the screen. Do not scrap it off as it damages the film beneath.

    I really do love this machine and can’t wait till May to purchase the Jupiter!

    Elegoo Fan for life!

  12. MRQEpifania says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersFor newbies venturing into this hobby, the Saturn is a great start. May be a step more than the Mars though. Fantastic quality, great customer service from Elegoo , availability of spares. It is worth checking out lots of YouTube reviews before purchases, purely to get the terminology (fep, vat, resin, nitrile, IPA, build plate, etc).

    The build plate is large enough to scale up models and not lose quality or details. Larger models come out stunning. There’s plenty of free files available online to get yourself started. And the free ChituBox software is easy to use. Load a file, slice it, save it to the supplied (or your own) USB stick, pop it in the printer and off you go. Although the ChituBox Pro version costs $169 per year for a license, it is not a requirement, but the Pro does have much better tools included.There is free software available if you look for it.

    In my opinion, resin printing provides much better quality over filament printing. No stepping or patterns on the print. Bear in mind resin requires patience (with ‘dialing in’ different resin settings), and requires additional purchases if you’re taking it seriously. I bought silicone mats (inert to resin), a Draeger face mask (resin fumes are dangerous), nitrile gloves (not vinyl or latex), UV protective safety glasses (NoCry), Elegoo’s “wash & cure” set, Isopropyl Alcohol (in 5l containers!), steel funnels (pouring filtered resin back into containers), spare “fep” (the clear sheet at the bottom of the resin container), the Elegoo mini extraction filters (seems small, but REALLY good at removing the majority of the fumes), plastic airtight boxes (for cleaning and storage), tonnes of spare kitchen roll. The list goes on… I now have an entire workbench dedicated to 3d printing. See photos.

    Overall I’m still new to it. Prepare to have some failures along the way. And be super patient with removing any prints off the build plate, be gentle and protective over the LCD screen at the bottom (don’t get resin on it, or it’ll cure and then that bit of the screen won’t print anymore!), and don’t use a metal scraper to get rid of failed prints that have stuck to the sensitive and thin fep in the vat. Good luck!

    Great choice for starting ou

  13. SherlynWarby says:

     United Kingdom

    Apart from the Elegoo Saturn being a great printer and amazing value for money. I wanted to mention Elegoo’s customer service. When you buy a piece of equipment such as the Elegoo Saturn, I feel its really important to have good robust customer support. And you cant get any better support than what you get from the team at Elegoo. Already Ive had a couple of issues where I needed their help. In my experience the customer service team have always been professional, polite and efficient in their response to my queries, questions and issues.
    Customer image

  14. Danuta89Scvw says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersFor newbies venturing into this hobby, the Saturn is a great start. May be a step more than the Mars though. Fantastic quality, great customer service from Elegoo , availability of spares. It is worth checking out lots of YouTube reviews before purchases, purely to get the terminology (fep, vat, resin, nitrile, IPA, build plate, etc).

    The build plate is large enough to scale up models and not lose quality or details. Larger models come out stunning. There’s plenty of free files available online to get yourself started. And the free ChituBox software is easy to use. Load a file, slice it, save it to the supplied (or your own) USB stick, pop it in the printer and off you go. Although the ChituBox Pro version costs $169 per year for a license, it is not a requirement, but the Pro does have much better tools included.There is free software available if you look for it.

    In my opinion, resin printing provides much better quality over filament printing. No stepping or patterns on the print. Bear in mind resin requires patience (with ‘dialing in’ different resin settings), and requires additional purchases if you’re taking it seriously. I bought silicone mats (inert to resin), a Draeger face mask (resin fumes are dangerous), nitrile gloves (not vinyl or latex), UV protective safety glasses (NoCry), Elegoo’s “wash & cure” set, Isopropyl Alcohol (in 5l containers!), steel funnels (pouring filtered resin back into containers), spare “fep” (the clear sheet at the bottom of the resin container), the Elegoo mini extraction filters (seems small, but REALLY good at removing the majority of the fumes), plastic airtight boxes (for cleaning and storage), tonnes of spare kitchen roll. The list goes on… I now have an entire workbench dedicated to 3d printing. See photos.

    Overall I’m still new to it. Prepare to have some failures along the way. And be super patient with removing any prints off the build plate, be gentle and protective over the LCD screen at the bottom (don’t get resin on it, or it’ll cure and then that bit of the screen won’t print anymore!), and don’t use a metal scraper to get rid of failed prints that have stuck to the sensitive and thin fep in the vat. Good luck!

    Great choice for starting ou

  15. Melissa MacKinnon says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersFor newbies venturing into this hobby, the Saturn is a great start. May be a step more than the Mars though. Fantastic quality, great customer service from Elegoo , availability of spares. It is worth checking out lots of YouTube reviews before purchases, purely to get the terminology (fep, vat, resin, nitrile, IPA, build plate, etc).

    The build plate is large enough to scale up models and not lose quality or details. Larger models come out stunning. There’s plenty of free files available online to get yourself started. And the free ChituBox software is easy to use. Load a file, slice it, save it to the supplied (or your own) USB stick, pop it in the printer and off you go. Although the ChituBox Pro version costs $169 per year for a license, it is not a requirement, but the Pro does have much better tools included.There is free software available if you look for it.

    In my opinion, resin printing provides much better quality over filament printing. No stepping or patterns on the print. Bear in mind resin requires patience (with ‘dialing in’ different resin settings), and requires additional purchases if you’re taking it seriously. I bought silicone mats (inert to resin), a Draeger face mask (resin fumes are dangerous), nitrile gloves (not vinyl or latex), UV protective safety glasses (NoCry), Elegoo’s “wash & cure” set, Isopropyl Alcohol (in 5l containers!), steel funnels (pouring filtered resin back into containers), spare “fep” (the clear sheet at the bottom of the resin container), the Elegoo mini extraction filters (seems small, but REALLY good at removing the majority of the fumes), plastic airtight boxes (for cleaning and storage), tonnes of spare kitchen roll. The list goes on… I now have an entire workbench dedicated to 3d printing. See photos.

    Overall I’m still new to it. Prepare to have some failures along the way. And be super patient with removing any prints off the build plate, be gentle and protective over the LCD screen at the bottom (don’t get resin on it, or it’ll cure and then that bit of the screen won’t print anymore!), and don’t use a metal scraper to get rid of failed prints that have stuck to the sensitive and thin fep in the vat. Good luck!

    Great choice for starting ou

  16. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersFor newbies venturing into this hobby, the Saturn is a great start. May be a step more than the Mars though. Fantastic quality, great customer service from Elegoo , availability of spares. It is worth checking out lots of YouTube reviews before purchases, purely to get the terminology (fep, vat, resin, nitrile, IPA, build plate, etc).

    The build plate is large enough to scale up models and not lose quality or details. Larger models come out stunning. There’s plenty of free files available online to get yourself started. And the free ChituBox software is easy to use. Load a file, slice it, save it to the supplied (or your own) USB stick, pop it in the printer and off you go. Although the ChituBox Pro version costs $169 per year for a license, it is not a requirement, but the Pro does have much better tools included.There is free software available if you look for it.

    In my opinion, resin printing provides much better quality over filament printing. No stepping or patterns on the print. Bear in mind resin requires patience (with ‘dialing in’ different resin settings), and requires additional purchases if you’re taking it seriously. I bought silicone mats (inert to resin), a Draeger face mask (resin fumes are dangerous), nitrile gloves (not vinyl or latex), UV protective safety glasses (NoCry), Elegoo’s “wash & cure” set, Isopropyl Alcohol (in 5l containers!), steel funnels (pouring filtered resin back into containers), spare “fep” (the clear sheet at the bottom of the resin container), the Elegoo mini extraction filters (seems small, but REALLY good at removing the majority of the fumes), plastic airtight boxes (for cleaning and storage), tonnes of spare kitchen roll. The list goes on… I now have an entire workbench dedicated to 3d printing. See photos.

    Overall I’m still new to it. Prepare to have some failures along the way. And be super patient with removing any prints off the build plate, be gentle and protective over the LCD screen at the bottom (don’t get resin on it, or it’ll cure and then that bit of the screen won’t print anymore!), and don’t use a metal scraper to get rid of failed prints that have stuck to the sensitive and thin fep in the vat. Good luck!

    Great choice for starting ou

  17. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersFor newbies venturing into this hobby, the Saturn is a great start. May be a step more than the Mars though. Fantastic quality, great customer service from Elegoo , availability of spares. It is worth checking out lots of YouTube reviews before purchases, purely to get the terminology (fep, vat, resin, nitrile, IPA, build plate, etc).

    The build plate is large enough to scale up models and not lose quality or details. Larger models come out stunning. There’s plenty of free files available online to get yourself started. And the free ChituBox software is easy to use. Load a file, slice it, save it to the supplied (or your own) USB stick, pop it in the printer and off you go. Although the ChituBox Pro version costs $169 per year for a license, it is not a requirement, but the Pro does have much better tools included.There is free software available if you look for it.

    In my opinion, resin printing provides much better quality over filament printing. No stepping or patterns on the print. Bear in mind resin requires patience (with ‘dialing in’ different resin settings), and requires additional purchases if you’re taking it seriously. I bought silicone mats (inert to resin), a Draeger face mask (resin fumes are dangerous), nitrile gloves (not vinyl or latex), UV protective safety glasses (NoCry), Elegoo’s “wash & cure” set, Isopropyl Alcohol (in 5l containers!), steel funnels (pouring filtered resin back into containers), spare “fep” (the clear sheet at the bottom of the resin container), the Elegoo mini extraction filters (seems small, but REALLY good at removing the majority of the fumes), plastic airtight boxes (for cleaning and storage), tonnes of spare kitchen roll. The list goes on… I now have an entire workbench dedicated to 3d printing. See photos.

    Overall I’m still new to it. Prepare to have some failures along the way. And be super patient with removing any prints off the build plate, be gentle and protective over the LCD screen at the bottom (don’t get resin on it, or it’ll cure and then that bit of the screen won’t print anymore!), and don’t use a metal scraper to get rid of failed prints that have stuck to the sensitive and thin fep in the vat. Good luck!

    Great choice for starting ou

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    If you are going to upgrade from your Mars to this do not expect an easy transition there is much to learn and change from any small printer settings to make them work with the bigger printers which many prints in I’m still tweaking the settings now and then.
    I’d say it kinda sucks too you don’t get a bracket to hold the plate at an angle once complete for the resin to drip in.
    But for bulk printing and bugger items this is your machine

  19. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve had my Saturn for around 9 months now and this review reflects many 100’s of hours of using it. Just like the Mars, the Saturn is incredibly straightforward to use; just add resin, add print file, print. No messing around for hours and hours trying to find the right settings. Of course you can tweak these (to your hearts content) to get ‘perfect’ prints, but things print pretty perfectly using stock settings. Resin printing itself is a little less straightforward that I imply here, you do need to give a fair amount of thought to creating supports but this will be true on any machine.

    The Saturn, like the Mars, is nicely designed and well made. I first bought a Mars 2, which I also use almost daily, and was fearful until I received it that it would be a bit cheap and cheerful. Not so. Both printers are machined and manufactured to a very high standard using high quality materials, they are robust and I am expecting to get many years use out of both. I certainly wouldn’t hesitate to buy another Elegoo product.

    A bit about aftercare. I’ve needed support from elegoo a couple of times over the last year and they have simply been excellent; they actually help, rather than brush you off or send you on a wild goose chase. Probably the best company in this respect that I’ve dealt with for years.

    Last but not least, some tips;
    – if you are undecided between a Mars and Saturn, go Saturn. You will use the extra capacity sooner than you think. I know I will be very, very tempted by the Jupiter when it becomes available.
    – buy the wash and cure kit as well. It makes the end to end process much cleaner and is worth the extra cost
    – resins are down to personal choice but my go-to is the elegoo ABS-like. I have tried a few others but return to this again and again because the end result is invariably excellent.

  20. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve had my Saturn for around 9 months now and this review reflects many 100’s of hours of using it. Just like the Mars, the Saturn is incredibly straightforward to use; just add resin, add print file, print. No messing around for hours and hours trying to find the right settings. Of course you can tweak these (to your hearts content) to get ‘perfect’ prints, but things print pretty perfectly using stock settings. Resin printing itself is a little less straightforward that I imply here, you do need to give a fair amount of thought to creating supports but this will be true on any machine.

    The Saturn, like the Mars, is nicely designed and well made. I first bought a Mars 2, which I also use almost daily, and was fearful until I received it that it would be a bit cheap and cheerful. Not so. Both printers are machined and manufactured to a very high standard using high quality materials, they are robust and I am expecting to get many years use out of both. I certainly wouldn’t hesitate to buy another Elegoo product.

    A bit about aftercare. I’ve needed support from elegoo a couple of times over the last year and they have simply been excellent; they actually help, rather than brush you off or send you on a wild goose chase. Probably the best company in this respect that I’ve dealt with for years.

    Last but not least, some tips;
    – if you are undecided between a Mars and Saturn, go Saturn. You will use the extra capacity sooner than you think. I know I will be very, very tempted by the Jupiter when it becomes available.
    – buy the wash and cure kit as well. It makes the end to end process much cleaner and is worth the extra cost
    – resins are down to personal choice but my go-to is the elegoo ABS-like. I have tried a few others but return to this again and again because the end result is invariably excellent.

  21. The Editors says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve had my Saturn for around 9 months now and this review reflects many 100’s of hours of using it. Just like the Mars, the Saturn is incredibly straightforward to use; just add resin, add print file, print. No messing around for hours and hours trying to find the right settings. Of course you can tweak these (to your hearts content) to get ‘perfect’ prints, but things print pretty perfectly using stock settings. Resin printing itself is a little less straightforward that I imply here, you do need to give a fair amount of thought to creating supports but this will be true on any machine.

    The Saturn, like the Mars, is nicely designed and well made. I first bought a Mars 2, which I also use almost daily, and was fearful until I received it that it would be a bit cheap and cheerful. Not so. Both printers are machined and manufactured to a very high standard using high quality materials, they are robust and I am expecting to get many years use out of both. I certainly wouldn’t hesitate to buy another Elegoo product.

    A bit about aftercare. I’ve needed support from elegoo a couple of times over the last year and they have simply been excellent; they actually help, rather than brush you off or send you on a wild goose chase. Probably the best company in this respect that I’ve dealt with for years.

    Last but not least, some tips;
    – if you are undecided between a Mars and Saturn, go Saturn. You will use the extra capacity sooner than you think. I know I will be very, very tempted by the Jupiter when it becomes available.
    – buy the wash and cure kit as well. It makes the end to end process much cleaner and is worth the extra cost
    – resins are down to personal choice but my go-to is the elegoo ABS-like. I have tried a few others but return to this again and again because the end result is invariably excellent.

  22. KayleighSolorio says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve had my Saturn for around 9 months now and this review reflects many 100’s of hours of using it. Just like the Mars, the Saturn is incredibly straightforward to use; just add resin, add print file, print. No messing around for hours and hours trying to find the right settings. Of course you can tweak these (to your hearts content) to get ‘perfect’ prints, but things print pretty perfectly using stock settings. Resin printing itself is a little less straightforward that I imply here, you do need to give a fair amount of thought to creating supports but this will be true on any machine.

    The Saturn, like the Mars, is nicely designed and well made. I first bought a Mars 2, which I also use almost daily, and was fearful until I received it that it would be a bit cheap and cheerful. Not so. Both printers are machined and manufactured to a very high standard using high quality materials, they are robust and I am expecting to get many years use out of both. I certainly wouldn’t hesitate to buy another Elegoo product.

    A bit about aftercare. I’ve needed support from elegoo a couple of times over the last year and they have simply been excellent; they actually help, rather than brush you off or send you on a wild goose chase. Probably the best company in this respect that I’ve dealt with for years.

    Last but not least, some tips;
    – if you are undecided between a Mars and Saturn, go Saturn. You will use the extra capacity sooner than you think. I know I will be very, very tempted by the Jupiter when it becomes available.
    – buy the wash and cure kit as well. It makes the end to end process much cleaner and is worth the extra cost
    – resins are down to personal choice but my go-to is the elegoo ABS-like. I have tried a few others but return to this again and again because the end result is invariably excellent.

  23. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve had my Saturn for around 9 months now and this review reflects many 100’s of hours of using it. Just like the Mars, the Saturn is incredibly straightforward to use; just add resin, add print file, print. No messing around for hours and hours trying to find the right settings. Of course you can tweak these (to your hearts content) to get ‘perfect’ prints, but things print pretty perfectly using stock settings. Resin printing itself is a little less straightforward that I imply here, you do need to give a fair amount of thought to creating supports but this will be true on any machine.

    The Saturn, like the Mars, is nicely designed and well made. I first bought a Mars 2, which I also use almost daily, and was fearful until I received it that it would be a bit cheap and cheerful. Not so. Both printers are machined and manufactured to a very high standard using high quality materials, they are robust and I am expecting to get many years use out of both. I certainly wouldn’t hesitate to buy another Elegoo product.

    A bit about aftercare. I’ve needed support from elegoo a couple of times over the last year and they have simply been excellent; they actually help, rather than brush you off or send you on a wild goose chase. Probably the best company in this respect that I’ve dealt with for years.

    Last but not least, some tips;
    – if you are undecided between a Mars and Saturn, go Saturn. You will use the extra capacity sooner than you think. I know I will be very, very tempted by the Jupiter when it becomes available.
    – buy the wash and cure kit as well. It makes the end to end process much cleaner and is worth the extra cost
    – resins are down to personal choice but my go-to is the elegoo ABS-like. I have tried a few others but return to this again and again because the end result is invariably excellent.

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