RISO

Risograph inks are soy-based and do not conform exactly to any color standards. The listings below are approximates for reference only. Additionally, Riso inks are also slightly transparent and allow for variations in overprint and based on the color of paper they are printed on. 

The tab taped in place
Comparison between ink tubes E on the left, GR on the right
E series inks also come with this nozzle in place, pull it out with pliers

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3407889

Suggested printing settings, .2 layer height, no raft, no supports, infill doesn't really matter, but I leave mine at ~25%.

This tab allows E-Series ink to be used in GR machines, just remove the RFID sticker on the ink tube, and double sided tape the tab into the same "quadrant" where the sticker was.  This allows the machine to recognize the ink tube as a color ink tube.

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Helpful Resources
PG-5 Instruction Manual (Australian)
 

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