So i’ve been so far happy with my P1P that got almost 2 weeks ago with the standard white included filament and some black eSun filament, i’ve had some issues with their red filament which i narrowed down to having the hotbed set too low and i resolved that issue for the most part with a 10’c increase in bed temp to 75’c, the issue was that the filament was curling up at lower layers causing issues later on in the print with parts not being the correct size and shape
All was going well until i decided to do a large print using nearly the full build volume on on the bottom (yes i changed the exclusion settings and printed the little addon to hold the filament cutter arm in place out of the way) whereby the first layer would have the same defects in the same exact spots each time, i have done a full calibration and let it do a bed level before printing
The issue i noticed is that the spots that seem to have the defects also feel obviously cooler to the touch compared to the areas that are printing fine, i made a post on reddit and was directed to the X1 thread regarding bed warping and i can see that at temperature the bed is a bit warped in the middle
Has anyone encountered this issue and managed to resolve it or is this something i’m going to have to try and take up directly with Bambu?
This is an aerial view of the build plate, you can see the areas with defects and those areas feel cooler than the areas of the plate that don’t show any defects, i have no way to actually measure the temperature of those areas sadly
As to the bed warping, these images were taken with the bed preheated to 75’c
Obviously i am new to printing so i don’t know if thats what is considered acceptable in terms of the bed being flat or not but i figured it was worth mentioning here incase its also related to the printing issues