So I’ve had clogs, I’ve had to replace the control board fan, pull apart the AMS to retrieve pieces of filament from spools that I should have thrown away years ago - I’ve even had to repair the little daughter board on the head unit after a JST connector fell off… but anyone that has been 3D printing for a while knows that this is all part of the game and when a printer presents this as the finished object I can’t help but be impressed.
Is the Bambu Lab perfect?.. no. Is any other 3D printer? … no. I for one am really excited to see this shift in speed and capability from the other printers on the market.