The printing seemed to shift part way through, equally across all objects. Nothing was loose on the plate.
The brim it printed was way bigger than specified in the project.
I’m unsure if I adjusted the speed to Sport part way through or not.
In this instance:
I turned on adaptive layer height on the object and made 2 duplicates.
Rotated one around so all 3 would fit.
Exported as gcode to save the really slow unzipping time from 3mf.
Copied to the SD-card and printed.
I have the 3mf file and video of the print if useful, however I’m unable to share the model here due to licensing restrictions.
I have successfully printed the model before (without using adaptive layer height), by exporting the plate as 3mf, copying to the SD-card and printing.
Using Bambu Studio 22.214.171.124 on Windows
Bambu Lab P1P 0.4 nozzle
Textured PEI Plate
Filament: Bambu PLA Matte
0.12mm Fine @BBL P1P (Only setting changed was Brim-object Gap to 0.3mm)
I noticed the brim it printed was twice that shown in the Bambu Studio Preview screenshot. Visible ring where the normal one ends and the larger continues around it. It’s as if it put a brim on the brim.
I’ve had the same issue a handful of times now. Last week it was 3 out of 4 prints, and now again today. I submitted a ticket and the response was to tighten the belts and make sure to use bambu labs brand build plate. There’s no way that’s the problem.
The shift is consistently 6mm in both the X and Y directions. If I tweak the model and reprint the layer is not consistent. The only thing I have been able to do to dodge it is print less “stuff”. These prints are about 50 small pieces in an array. No shift when printing 5, but shifts when printing 50.
Since they’re all separate, the entire lot of them is not shifting consistently on the build plate, that’s impossible. It has to be in the slicer somewhere. But support ticket was no help… yet.
Brand new x1c fresh out of the box today and my very first print was of the dinosaur puzzle from the stored files on the machine.
After the first layer the machine paused and asked if the detected layer defects were acceptable. I pressed resume as it was minor stringing, and the following layers were all exactly 3mm off to the side…
Haven’t raised a ticket yet, I’ll see if it does it a second time. Pretty bummed for my first experience to be a failure.