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The Bambu Lab P1P 3D Printer is the smaller and slightly stripped-down version of the company’s X1 Carbon flagship 3D printer. It retains the most important features and functionality while reducing the cost significantly with a price of just $699 USD, making it much more affordable option for a high-speed and high-quality consumer 3D printer. The Bambu Lab P1P inherits the proven kinematics and motion control system of the Bambu Lab Flagship printer, capable of printing with a top speed of 500 mm/s, the acceleration from zero to 500 mm/s in just 0.025 seconds. It features vibration compensation and pressure advance for extra smoothness and to you good quality prints. Features the same direct-drive extruder with all metal hotend and comes with automatic bed levelling, filament run-out sensor, power loss recovery and so on.

The Bambu Lab P1P has the same 256*256*256 mm build volume as its bigger and more expensive brother and although it lacks some of the advanced tech found in the X1 Carbon it still manages to print fast maintaining good quality while offering a better price point for more price conscious customers. There is no big touchscreen display, no LIDAR, no nice-looking enclosure, no AI features or high-res camera etc, but still, you get the most important things and most of all – fast and quality prints and that is what matters the most. And there are quite a few things that you can upgrade or add as optional features, including the ability to 3D print your own custom side panels as the printer does not come with such, unlike the X1 Carbon. The P1P is more upgradable and you can 3D prints some of the upgrades or purchase and replace some of the components that do not comes as good as on the X1 Carbon, making the P1P not only the more affordable, but also the more thinkerer-friendly option.

Technical specifications of the P1P 3D Printer:

– Technology: Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
– Build Volume (WxDxH): 256 x 256 x 256 mm³
– Chassis: Steel, Shell is printable and customizeable
– Tool Head Hotend: All-Metal
– Extruder Gears: Steel
– Nozzle: Stainless Steel
– Max Hot End Temperature: 300 ℃
– Nozzle Diameter (Included): 0.4 mm
– Nozzle Diameter (Optional): 0.2 mm, 0.6 mm, 0.8 mm
– Filament Cutter: Yes
– Filament Diameter: 1.75 mm
– Hot bed Build Plate: Flexible Steel Plate
– Build Plate Surface (Included): Bambu Dual-Sided Textured PEI Plate
– Build Plate Surface (Optional): Bambu High Temperature Plate, Bambu Cool Plate, Bambu Engineering Plate
– Max Build Plate Temperature: 100℃
– Max Speed of Tool Head: 500 mm/s
– Max Acceleration of Tool Head: 20 m/s²
– Max Hot End Flow: 32 mm³/s @ ABS (Model: 150*150mm single wall; Material: Bambu ABS; Temperature: 280℃)
– Cooling Fans: Closed Loop Control
– Air Filter: Activated Carbon Filter
– Supported Filament: PLA, PETG, TPU, ABS, ASA, PVA, PET; Capable of PA, PC, ABS, ASA
– Bambu Micro Lidar: No
– Chamber Monitoring Camera: Low Rate Camera 1280 x 720 / 0.5fps (Optional)
– Door Sensor: No
– Filament Run Out Sensor: Yes
– Filament Odometry: Optional with AMS
– Power Loss Recover: Yes
– Physical Dimensions: 389 x 389 x 458mm
– Net Weight: 9.65kg
– Electrical Requirements: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
– Max Power: 1000W @ 220V, 350W @ 110V
– USB Output Power: 5V/1.5A
– Display: 2.7-inch 192×64 Screen
– Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Bambu-Bus
– Storage: Micro SD Card Reader
– Control Interface: Button, APP, PC Application
– Motion Controller: Dual-Core Cortex M4
– Application Processor: Quad ARM A7 1.2 GHz
– Neural-Network Processing Unit: No
– Software Slicer: Bambu Studio
– Slicer Supported OS: MacOS, Windows
– 3rd Party Slicers: Support third party slicers which export standard G-code such as Superslicer, Prusaslicer and Cura, but certain advanced features may not be supported.

For more information about the more affordable Bambu Lab P1P 3D Printer…

Bambu Lab is a new company that has launched their first 3D Printer just last year, after silently working on the project for about two years. The Bambu Lab X1 3D Printer really made a serious impression in the 3D printing world when it was announced as it offered a fresh new approach to a lot of things in the 3D printing process and the printer itself did seems a lot like a real consumer-oriented product and not your regular tech that would normally interest people that are into 3D printing and like to tinker with the hardware and the process of 3D printing itself a lot. High-speed and high-quality 3D printing and ease of use are the key aspects of the Bambu Lab X1 3D Printer and this is no wonder as the core team of Bambu Lab all comes from former employees of DJI (the popular drone maker). No wonder that some people are drawing comparisons between DJI and Bambu Lab and the 3D printer maker does indeed go along the road of making the 3D printer nice looking, easy to be used and quite affordable for the speed and quality it offers compared to the competing products…

The Bambu Lab X1 Carbon 3D printer is packed with features and technology that make is really interesting to play around with and to get great and fast prints out of it, however that rises the cost of the device to $1199 USD at the moment or $1449 USD if you add in the AMD module in the package (also separately available as an upgrade). After the X1 3D Printer came the more affordable and customizable, kind of stripped down a bit version – the Bambu Lab P1P 3D printer that is priced at just $699 USD. The 3D printer that is more targeted towards enthusiasts and thinkerers that would love to 3D print parts and upgrade and customize their device and at a price point that is very competitive to other more affordable 3D printers. It is missing some of the bells and whistles of its bigger brother – the X1 Carbon, but comes with all of the most important things that provide high-quality and high-speed of printing.

There is also the Bambu Lab Automatic Material System (AMS) is an interesting addon compatible with the X1 and the P1P 3D printers that the company makes that allows you to use multiple filaments in the same print, 4 by default, though you can bridge multiple AMSes to get more colour and material options available to you (up to 16 different colours). Bambu Lab’s AMS is not that different compared to some other similar products available already, though it works quite well with the company’s 3D printers and makes them even more interesting and functional.

So, if you are interested in a 3D printer that is not a $200 USD entry-level solution that would need time and attention to get good results with then this is not for you, but if you are more interested in getting good quality and quickly printed 3D models you should definitely take a look at Bambu Lab’s 3D Printers. They are more in the mid to high-priced offerings in the range of consumer 3D printers, but they are really one of the best options that are available at the moment for people that need results.

To find out more about Bambu Lab and their 3D printers…

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