3D Printing Artillery Sidewinder X1 3D Printer

3D printed cone attempt number two

In this video I learn from the mistakes of my previous disastrous cone (bug or creature?) and increase the bed heat to 80 degrees for better adhesion and enable the fan at 125 for improved cooling. The result is better, not perfect, but better. Thank you for watching. Rob @ 3DModUK

3D Printing Artillery Sidewinder X1 3D Printer Blender

Printing a simple cone shape with the Artillery Sidewinder X1

In this video I attempt to print the simple cone model that I created in Blender in a previous video. The aim is to start with very simple 3D printed models and as I learn how the 3D printer works slowly progress onto more sophisticated models. Needless to say, this doesn’t go as I had […]

3D Printing Blender Modelling

Creating a simple cone shape with Blender and exporting for 3D printing

Although I can’t wait to start printing more complicated and sophisticated 3D models, it is my intention to start small with simple shapes and models so that I can get to better understand the Artillery Sidewinder X1 3D printer and how it works. I am as new to Blender as I am to the 3D […]