PART 2: Bambu Lab X1 In-Depth Review, Pros and Cons, multiple colors, carbon fiber Nylon, Polycarbonate
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Welcome back to Aurora Tech Channel. Today, I am super excited to review a 3D printer that is a few generations ahead of any printer in the market, the Bambu Lab X1. It’s going to blow every printer between $500-$5000 away, including my favorite Prusa and the gold standard of desktop Ultimaker 3D printers.
Bambu Lab first contacted me back in March. They are a new tech company, and the founder Dr. Tao was from DJI and led the development of Mavic Pro. They invited me to review their first 3D printer, which Dr. Tao and his team have been working on since 2020.
As I can imagine, when they were working on drones, they must have used a lot of 3D printing for prototyping. So, we can expect to see a 3D printer made by a group of former DJI engineers who also know 3D printing pretty well.
So, let’s do a quick look at what blow-away features this machine has…
The only printer that won’t be blown away may be the refurbished Ender-3, it’s so cheap and it’s still a pretty good choice as of 2022:
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Used Ender-3 ($79):
Maybe in bad condition, but if you know how to fix some common issues of a 3D printer and have spare parts to replace by yourself, that could be an amazing deal:
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