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NEWS – Have you ever wondered what would happen if a company put everything you wanted into a 3D printer and made it extremely affordable? Well, Bambu Lab has developed a new 3D printer that brings features to the consumer that were previously only available on very expensive industrial printers.
The Bambu Lab Z1 Series is launching via Kickstarter in May 2022. I’m normally not a fan of Kickstarter projects, but these printers are already in production, and the feature list is mind-blowing.
Ranging from $699 to $999 the three models look amazing. Here’s the X1 Series features list:
Enclosed Chassis with Activated carbon air filtering
CoreXY motion system with 500mm/s Velocity
300°C all-metal hot end and hardened nozzle
120°C heat bed, 60°C chamber
Large build volume of 256x256x256mm
Dual-Core 32-bit MCU
Dual auto bed leveling with force sensors and lidar
Lidar for first layer inspection and extrusion calibration
Monitors 43 sensors in real-time
720p LCD touchscreen
Active vibration compensation
Optional Automatic Material System that holds up to 4 colors. Link up to 4 AMS’s together for 16 colors
RFID technology identifies filament information
Print with PLA, PET, ABS, PC, HIPS, ASA, carbon-fiber reinforced PA, and many more
Cloud Service and Remote Printing
Chamber monitoring camera
Easy support removal
Bambu Micro Lidar brings micrometer-level precision into 3D printing. The Lidar system probes the nozzle height, calibrates the flow, and scans the first layer. Analog force sensors crosscheck the bed leveling for redundancy.
An AI system can detect Spaghetti situations (when the printing fails). The system can also send warnings to your mobile phone, and you can access the video feed from anywhere.
The printer comes pre-assembled and ready to print right out of the box. It’s fast, too, printing the standard benchy in about 16.5 minutes!
Check out more information, specs, and videos on the Bambu Lab website.
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