Gantry squaring? No
Extruder calibration? No
First layer squish? No
Motor currents? No
This is a reasonable (though largely duplicative of what has been written elsewhere) guide for a more traditional printer, but little applies to the Bambu. Pressure Advance is not exposed in Bambu Studio (though is in the Softfever fork.) None of the instructions for how to adjust things that CAN be adjusted are for Bambu Studio. If I were a novice trying to follow this guide, I’d be hopelessly lost.
That said, there are some useful ideas in there if you already understand the fine details.
The beauty of this guide is that it covers all of the most common FDM printing issues. While this information can be found in bits and pieces in all corners of the Internets, it’s nice to have it all pulled together and explained in great detail.
As the guide explains in the Welcome section, each page has a pink banner at the top indicating its compatibility with different printers. For example, the Gantry Squaring section clearly indicates it’s for the Voron V2. So, Bambu Lab printer owners should disregard that section.
The fact that all of the information in this guide doesn’t apply to Bambu Lab printers specifically does not make the guide useless.
There are bits here and there that I found interesting and had not seen before, but I’m experienced enough (11 years 3D printing) to know how to apply them to a Bambu printer; most of those require use of the SoftFever fork to use at all.
True, but it would be helpful to share known guides as it’s better than not having anything to reference when trying to troubleshoot issues.
I like how the guide I posted in this thread explains which information can be applied to (nearly) all FDM 3D printers. Assuming people are reading from the top, that should hopefully steer them away from information that might not be so helpful.