Woah! What a machine. Bambu Labs X1C

OMG, I can’t believe it. After 4 years of tweaking and heartaches, just got myself an X1C. It is mind blowingly fast and just prints as it should. Next generation. This is straight off the bed, no supports.


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I saw a video on this printer last week. It prints the Benchy in around 15 minutes - that is blummin fast. I like the multicolour filament loader on top too - allowing prints with up to 16 colours I recall.

Well done :+1:

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Yeah, I did the Benchy - of course! The speed is awesome and the quality is astonishing. It’ll happily print at 300mm/sec.
I haven’t done much multicolour stuff yet but it’s great having the facility to run normal filament and support filament which breaks off so easily.
The AMS unit takes 4 colours, you can link another 3 units which gives you the 16 different filaments, but that would cost a whole lot more. You truly can use it right out of the box!

Hi Andrew, trying this as well for the Mavic3 messaging; hello@lowaltitude.co.uk
I have some photos for you.

Hey, sorry I never picked up the message you posted. Did you ever do the “upgrade”?
Cheers
Andrew

My old ANET A8 finally gave up the ghost, and so I decided to replace it with something a bit more reliable and much better… so I got myself a Bambu Labs X1carbon complete with the AMS autochanger thing.
Like was already mentioned, this is a seriously fast machine!! Plus the AMS gives the option of very easily using multiple colours in the same print. So I’ve been having some fun with it, and also in designing & printing up some multi-colour funny signs. Here’s just three that I’ve done;

Love this printer!

Tim

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Good choice ??

And can you buy any TPU ??? as would like some funky colours :thinking: