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  • 02/04/2021

    My first 3D printer. I chose this one for feeding the live wire and its large print volume. She arrives very well packed. I insist on the very because I have never seen a product so well stowed in a parcel. It is preassembled (see the first photo), it only remains to put the frame in place with the help of 4 screws. Then connect the cables in the sockets that go well. Be careful, however, when plugging in the buses, you shouldn't do it in hot mode, otherwise you will do damage. It was mounted for me in 20 minutes being careful. Then comes the time for adjustment. I printed as you can see on the second photo of the squares at the 5 control points after adjusting them with a sheet between the printing nozzle and the tray. After several tests, because an adjustment in a corner can affect his friend next door, I finally got there after 1h30 I think. The longest are the impressions and I made 5 in total to try to make a good adjustment. I used two different threads, too, in case it was different. I'm a beginner in 3D printing. After these adjustments, I was able to print real parts for my workshop (see photos). The printing time is 45 minutes for the clamp jaw and 3 hours for all guide parts on the cutting rail. I had read in several places cases of not flat trays. For my part, I didn't notice anything with the printing of the 5 squares. I am therefore very pleased with this purchase which will allow me to repair appliances that have broken down because of small broken plastic parts. Then I will also be able to improve my tooling as you could see in the photos.

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  • 01/03/2021

    Product received today - not yet tried. Les: very fast delivery in France (source: Spain) Package very well packed by Artillery (fortunately: see more) Les--: GLS deliveryman in accordance with his(bad) habits: deformed package(shocks in the corners and on one side) swayed over the barrier in our absence-no notice, no call (the package could have been taken away by anyone) - scandalous once again.

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  • 25/12/2020

    I have ordered the printer on 22nd of December and received it on the 24th. Was very quick delivery. The printer itself is awesome, incredibly quiet and produces fantastic prints out of the box. Looks so neat with the lack of cables and the integration of the touchscreen into the main unit. Construction is very simple with good instructions. I would highly recommend this printer and the service from banggood was excellent too. I am a very happy customer, and my partner is even happier as he got this fantastic present. :) (i would just add that it can be useful to contact livechat to check stock levels as sometimes the website is not updated fast enough.)

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  • 10/12/2020

    This my second Sidewinder X1 printer. I have two currently, you can view my first review if you scroll down. I have both running nearly 24x7, and I have had great results, the print quality you get out of the box is amazing. I believe it is the best value for money you can get, it has premium features for the price range(Glass AC heated bed,Dual Z, direct extruder, inductive end stops). Like any other entry level 3D printer, I have had some small problems, but nothing critical. Handles tall prints really well! Photos of prints I've made on 100% stock machines are attached!

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  • 18/04/2021

    The print quality is quite satisfactory. The old versions have flashes coming out of them. This version doesn't have a flash drive, it doesn't come out of the package in a filament. It's pretty quiet. It outputs the right size on the X and Y axis, but it outputs 0.5 mm missing every 10 cm on the Z axis. So sometimes the nozzle can rub it out and separate the printout from the bed. I need calibration for the Z-axis, but I can't do it. I'm using Cura as a slicer. The bed calibration was quite difficult. I used it for a while by putting paper tape on the bed. I'm using it now without paper tape. Bed heating is not equal in the middle temperatures, the temperature falls considerably towards the edges. Pros - It's pretty quiet. - The print quality is satisfactory. - Very easy to install. ( Setting up with 6 screws) - Big volume of pressure. - DirectDrive extruder. Cons - The lack of package contents. - The problem with the Z-axis calibration. (It may just be me. Or it could be because of the Slicer application.) - Hard to adjust the bed. - That the bed does n't heat equally. - With the Z-Axis and Bed warming problem, there's a high probability of facing error from large pressures. That makes the great volume of pressure meaningless. - The Extruder engine is making a lot of noise in the recalls. The pressures with a lot of retracting, the silence of the product disappears. Perfect silence in the low-retract prints - The filament sensor is mispositioned. It works when the filament runs out, but when the filament is broken, it doesn't matter because the filament is left inside the sensor. It's a receivable printer. Price Performance rate is pretty good. It's not too much trouble, like cheaper printers. If you can, I'd recommend the CoreXY scripts from Rigid3D or Zaxe. Rigid3D printing volume is a great quality and effortless printer, even though it is small. Zaxe is a little more industrial and you're getting excellent results. But if you need DirectDrive and large print volume, there are no printers with a better price performance rate at the moment.

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  • 06/02/2021

    + It seems they improved the hotend to a single piece casting, nine to see that. + The belts come with proper tension. I like the used a z synchronization belt. - I Had still to still print a cable relief for the headed bed and i advise you to do the same. (thingiverse.com/thing:3721087) + Out of the box printing was very good but i would like to have seen a option to add linear advance without have to flash custom firmware (3dprintbeginner.com/sidewinder-x1-firmware/) + Stock air duct is OK, but i found this to work better : thingiverse.com/thing:4656873 - Gantry needs support for tall prints (thingiverse.com/thing:4375609 or similar) -/+ bed sticks well , some times to well and even when it's cold it's hard to remove. - instructions was not very clear and i had to figure out the missing information. + overall very happy with it.

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  • 14/12/2020

    very great packaging! all components were perfectly preserved . nice tool bag but i wish they include sample of filament and scraper, the 3d printer is reliable and quiet printing with 1mm nozzle is super good since it has volcano type of hot end. looking forward of the sw x2 thats coming next year

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  • 05/12/2020

    Excellent. Very silent (what I was looking for). I've had it for two weeks, no worries and I'm very happy with it. No need for spatula, but I advise you to print a kind of raclette (last three photos), to help take off some prints without damaging the utrabase. ;-) I advise her without hesitation.

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  • 03/03/2021

    Printer ordered on Friday and received the following Tuesday (from Spain to France) is faster than expected. The package arrived in good condition. Assembly of the printer is quick and easy. I am on my 4th impression and everything is going well, the result is very good. I am fully satisfied with my purchase from Banggood so far.

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  • 17/12/2020

    My first 3D printer everything well packaged and delivered quickly from UK. first everything according to plan put together and controlled or everything moved smoothly and if necessary adjusted with tools than my first prints done and everything went according to plan, used filament PLA from Creality 3D bed heats up to 60 gr and extruder at 200 gr and with software Ultimaker Cura 4.8.0 and then start printing, great printer nice result.

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