Recently we completed our annual reader survey, and we found some interesting results.
3DQue announced they’ve released an auto-ejection capability for Bambu Lab equipment.
This month’s community support selection is the HPPS Project for Bambu Lab X1C/E machines.
Phrozen has unveiled more details about the pricing of their upcoming Arco FFF 3D printer.
There’s been a very interesting development in Bambu Lab’s A1 recall process.
There’s been a major development in the ongoing electrical issue with the new Bambu Lab A1 desktop 3D printer.
There may be further developments in the Bambu Lab A1 cable issue.
Bambu Lab has issued a “recall” on their A1 system.
I’m reading an analysis of 2023 3D printer sales and there are some very interesting implications.
Controversy erupts over community-built replacement firmware for Bambu Lab 3D printers.
Our look at the Bambu Lab A1 desktop FFF 3D printer concludes with software, print results and final thoughts.
Our look at the Bambu Lab A1 desktop FFF 3D printer continues with a look at setup, calibration, and operations.
We had the opportunity to test out the brand new Bambu Lab A1 desktop FFF 3D printer, and it’s quite a machine.
The update brings significant enhancements in material compatibility, user collaboration, and printing flexibility to the Bambu Lab ecosystem.
Bambu Lab officially announced a new desktop 3D printer, the A1.
What must desktop 3D printer manufacturers do to keep up with their competitors?
Our review of the Bambu Lab mini A1 concludes with software, print results and final thoughts.
Our review of the Bambu Lab mini A1 continues with a look at operations.
Our review of the Bambu Lab mini A1 continues with assembly and setup.
With great anticipation, we have been able to test our first machine from Bambu Lab, their new mini A1.
The Bambu Lab ecosystem is expanding with other suppliers.
There is an interesting trend occurring in the 3D printing market recently, all caused by Bambu Lab.
A story about open source trends might become disturbing for the 3D print world.
I’ve been thinking about Bambu Lab’s latest 3D printer announcement, and there are several important implications.
Bambu Lab announced an entirely new desktop 3D printer, the A1 mini, and an associated multi-material system.
Something crazy happened to the Bambu Lab community, and it’s causing a controversy.
Something new appeared on Bambu Lab’s list of 3D printers: the P1S.
Buying a desktop FFF 3D printer is getting a lot more complex these days.
Where are all the high speed 3D printers?
Prusa Research has released their first input shaping firmware.
It seems the 3D print world is rapidly shifting to high-speed devices, and this change will significantly impact many aspects of the industry.
Get ready for an avalanche of high speed desktop 3D printers.
Could desktop 3D printers become less upgradeable in the future?
After yesterday’s blockbuster announcement of the long-awaited Original Prusa MK4 3D printer, I have some thoughts.
A surprising thing is happening on Kickstarter: tons of money for 3D printers.
Bambu Lab launched a new 3D printer series, the X1, designed for the prosumer market, and it has many features we’ve never seen before.