The AMS was the unique selling point to me for buying my X1CC.
I am satisfied with its performance but the AMS annoyed me a bit with its slow changes and huge amounts of wasted material. After a while, I got
frustrated motivated enough to embark on improving it myself.
Back in July I published my “Bambu Lab AMS better purge Gcode” on Printables alongside a calibration method. Things evolved, MakerWorld came into existence … but nothing from BL addressing flushing volumes. → So, I now doubled down and my latest G-code alongside two methodical calibration prints made it to MakerWorld with refined upload information:
If you’re inclined to using them or willing to participate as volunteer in the testing phase, please check them out.
Regarding potential problems/bugs/improvements: Tell me about it, I am reading here
- Filament is cheap, 100mm³ of standard filament isn’t even one cent… Why bother?
- Finally, I will use just the calibration prints.
- Nice. I will use both, the calibration prints and that custom G-code.
- Just the G-code for me. - The shorter printing time is what is of value to me here.
- That’s all nice and dandy, but I am waiting (maybe an additional year) for updates by Bambu Lab and a slicer implemented calibration.