BAMBU LAB X1 CARBON + AMS
AUD2,599.95 Inc GST
- Multi Color & Multi Material Capability
- High quality printing with 7 μm Lidar Resolution
- Upgradeable and customizable flexibility
- High speed CoreXY with 20000 mm/s² Acceleration
- Dual Auto Bed Leveling
In stock (can be backordered)
INCLUDES AUTOMATIC MATERIAL SYSTEM
The Bambu Lab Carbon X1 Australia is a revolutionary new 3D printer recently released by a team of ex-DJI employees. Boasting a wealth of new features which includes the perfect first layer with automatic mesh bed levelling utilising AI detection to accurately measure and notify the user of any errors. A lidar sensor measures the extrusion width before each print to automatically achieve the perfect layer consistency when printing at the unbelievable speeds this printer is capable of. The Carbon X1 is capable of printing in speeds of up to 500m/s meaning a typical 3DBenchy can be completed in 16 minutes!!! Get your hands on the Bambu Lab Carbon X1 currently in stock and available at 3D Printer Gear Australia.
|256 x 256 x 256mm
|All metal extruder with hardened steel nozzle
|Automatic Bed Levelling
|Yes, 7×7 mesh
|Wide range of thermoplastics, including PLA, PETG, ASA, ABS, PC (Polycarbonate), CPE, PVA/BVOH, PVB, HIPS, PP (Polypropylene), Flex, nGen, Nylon, Carbon filled, Woodfill and other filled materials.
|Max travel speed
|Max nozzle temperature
|Max heatbed temperature
|Double sided – bambu cool plate and bambu engineering plate
|Printer dimensions (without spool)
|14 kg, 389mm x 389mm x 457mm
|P1000W @ 220V
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: What is the difference between the X1 Carbon and the P1P?
A: Both printers have the same chassis, carbon rods, and CoreXY design, making them very fast and stable. The X1 Carbon is a fully enclosed printer with a hardened steel nozzle that can print exotic materials like carbon fibre filament. It also includes a Lidar sensor for bed levelling and error detection. On the other hand, the P1P is a barebones printer with no covers and a stainless steel nozzle. It has a textured PEI sheet for the print bed, a touchpoint auto bed levelling system, and no filtration system. While both printers have similar print quality and speed, the X1 Carbon is better suited for high-temperature and abrasive materials, while the P1P is more suitable for printing with PLA, PETG or TPU
Q: Can I add an AMS unit to the Bambu Lab Carbon X1?
A: Yes, you can add an Automatic Material System (AMS) unit to your Bambu Lab Carbon X1 printer at a later stage (with a maximum of up to 4 units with the capability to print in 16 colours). The AMS is a small unit that sits on top of the X1 and feeds four rolls of filament into it. It allows you to print a single model with four different colours or to use different materials in the same build.
Q: Why is it cheaper on the Bambu Lab website?
A: We provide local support and assistance, including in-house warranty and repair services. This means that if you encounter any issues with your printer or require printing assistance or advice, we can provide immediate support via phone, email, video chat or you are always welcome to bring your printer into our showroom. At 3D Printer Gear, we provide the added value of local support and assistance to ensure a hassle-free experience for our customers. You do not need to spend hours scouring the internet for help – we’re here to provide you with design guidelines, help with slicing setup/optimisation, and offer general 3D printing advice for whatever your needs may be. We’re not just a supplier, we’re your partner in this 3D printing journey.
|60 × 60 × 60 cm