Sindoh 3DWOX 1 Review, Experiments & 3D Microwave Component Printing Techniques

In this episode Shahriar reviews his new 3D Printer Sindoh 3DWOX 1. This printer offers several attractive features. The fully enclosed design is quiet and equipped with a HEPA filter. The unit is also equipped with a webcam and internal lighting. The printer has several automatic capabilities such as auto filament load from a cartridge, bed-leveling and print parameter optimization. The printer is also completely compatible with off-the-shelf filaments.

This comprehensive review is organized as follows:

01:57 – Model comparison and Sindoh website
02:26 – Printer design and overview
04:16 – Internal construction and features
07:03 – Cartridge design and filament auto-load
09:31 – Printing bed auto-leveling procedure
11:53 – 3DWOX desktop software overview and features
16:32 – First print example and procedure
17:53 – Mobile app and remote camera monitoring capability
18:51 – Print example: Objects with extreme aspect ratios
22:03 – Print example: Objects with moving parts and joints
25:27 – Print example: Objects with many holes and thin features
28:24 – Print example: Large objects with >24 hour print time
30:12 – Analyzing internal print features using an X-ray machine
32:46 – Printing microwave and mm-wave components and filters
38:27 – Concluding remarks

You can purchase a 3DWOX 1 printer from here or visit the manufacturer’s website for more information.

One comment

  1. Laurence Steingold says:

    Please can you show us the efficiency and spurious/from the side, emissions of your 3d printed horns and filter? I’m interested in how effective the paint actually is.

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