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Sunlu Copper Silk PLA and Artillery Test Cube

I was so impressed with the Silver Silk version of Sunlu’s PLA filament that I decided to add their Copper Silk PLA to my collection also.

The end result is quite amazing with a beautifully vibrant shiny and eye-catching ‘glow’ to the cube that really did exceed my expectations.

I can’t wait to print more things in this shiny copper colour.

Sunlu PLA Filament
Copper Silk
1.75 mm
1kg spool
Temperature 190 deg C to 220 deg C

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Rob @ 3DModUK

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Artillery Test Cube using Multicomp Pro Brown PLA Filament

In this video we’re going to be printing the Artillery Test Cube on the Sidewinder X1 3D printer using Multicomp Pro Brown PLA filament.

The test cube prints a little lighter than the filament appears on the reel. The end result is very good, consistent and accurate print which is what I have come to expect of the Sidewinder X1 and also Multicomp Pro’s filament.

Printed using the standard Artillery test cube of the original memory stick with default settings and parameters.

Multicomp Pro
Brown
PLA Filament
1kg spool
1.75mm
205 dec C to 225 deg C

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Rob @ 3DModUK

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Artillery Test Cube using Multicomp Pro Peak Green PLA Filament

In this video we’re going to be printing the Artillery Test Cube on the Sidewinder X1 3D printer using Multicomp Pro Peak Green PLA filament.

The filament is quite vibrant on the reel but its quite another when it has printed. It’s almost a bright lime colour which is very eye-catching, vibrant and striking.

Printed using the standard Artillery test cube of the original memory stick with default settings and parameters.

Multicomp Pro
Peak Green
PLA Filament
1kg spool
1.75mm
205 dec C to 225 deg C

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Rob @ 3DModUK

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Artillery Test Cube using Multicomp Yellow PLA Filament

In this video we’re going to be printing the Artillery Test Cube on the Sidewinder X1 3D printer using Multicomp Yellow PLA filament.

The filament appears quite flat in colour on the reel but once printed the end result is a vibrant yellow colour which is bright and striking.

Printed using the standard Artillery test cube of the original memory stick with default settings and parameters.

Multicomp Pro
Yellow
PLA Filament
1kg spool
1.75mm
205 dec C to 225 deg C

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Rob @ 3DModUK

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Artillery Test Cube using Multicomp Blue PLA Filament

In this video we’re going to be printing the Artillery Test Cube on the Sidewinder X1 3D printer using Multicomp Blue PLA filament.

The filament appears almost matt blue on the reel but after printing the test cube appears almost metallic blue and is really nice and striking.

Printed using the standard Artillery test cube of the original memory stick with default settings and parameters.

Multicomp Pro
Blue
PLA Filament
1kg spool
1.75mm
205 dec C to 225 deg C

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Rob @ 3DModUK

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Artillery Sidewinder X1 3D printed green test cube

In this video we’re printing an Artillery Sidewinder X1 test cube using ICE filaments Daring Darkgreen filament.

Printed using the standard test cube off the original Artillery memory stick with default printer settings.

A nice shade of mid to dark green PLA filament.

I am very impressed with the colour and I am impressed with the print quality too. I can’t wait to print more models with this particular filament.

ICE Filament
PLA Daring Darkgreen
750g spool
1.75mm
180 deg C to 210 deg C

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Rob @ 3DModUK

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3D Printing ICE Filaments Gentle Grey PLA filament

I already have light grey and black filament so I wanted something in between, something like a mid to dark grey.

I’ve been impressed with ICE Filaments colours so far and opted for the ICE Filaments ‘Gentle Grey’ PLA filament. I am very impressed with the colour and I am impressed with the print quality too.

I can’t wait to print more models with this particular filament.

ICE Filament PLA
Gentle Grey
750g spool
1.75mm
195 deg C to 215 deg C

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Rob @ 3DModUK

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Sunlu Silver Silk PLA and Artillery Test Cube

I wanted some silver PLA to add to my collection and I was very impressed with the example pictures of this particular Sunlu Silver Silk filament.

As a way of testing the output and checking for consistency I print the Artillery test cube to how it will come out in relation to other brand and colours of filament.

I am really impressed with the result and can’t wait to start printing silvery silky models using this PLA filament.

Sunlu PLA Filament
Silver Silk
1.75 mm
1kg spool
Temperature 200 deg C to 230 deg C

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Rob @ 3DModUK

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Artillery Test Cube in Verbatim Transparent PLA Filament

I’ve just added the Verbatim Transparent PLA filament to my collection and as with each new filament I buy, I am printing an Artillery test cube as a test using the exact same model on the exact same Artillery Sidewinder X1 3D printer so I can assess how it will print with the same settings in relation to other test cubes using different makes and colours of PLA.

The test cube came out well although it had a slightly yellow tint to it compared with the previous transparent TPU I tried.

Overall, its still a great result and emphasises how consistent and accurate the Artillery Sidewinder X1 printer is with any brand of filament.

Verbatim Filament PLA
Transparent
1kg spool
1.75mm
Extruder temperature 210 deg C +/- 10 deg C
Bed temperature 60 deg C

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Rob @ 3DModUK

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Artillery Test Cube in Multicomp Pro ‘Flesh’ Colour

I am increasing my collection of 3D printing filament and with each reel I buy I am printing a test cube. This allows me to test for printing consistency with the same model on the same printer, and also enables me to see how the filament comes out when printing a a 3D object.

In this video I print the Artillery test cube using Multicomp Pro’s flesh, skin, nude or natural colour PLA.

I love the end result so much that I already have a particular future 3D print in mind.

Multicomp Pro PLA
Natural, Skin, Flesh, Nude
1kg spool
1.75mm
205 deg C to 225 deg C

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Rob @ 3DModUK