Rewards for Community Contributions

We would like to introduce a reward system for Community Contributions shared on our Forum.

Our focus is to continue working on further improving the experience of users when using Bambu Lab products, and we believe contributions from users are valuable in making that happen.

The Community Contributions Wiki section is introduced to serve as a place where everyone can contribute with useful information related to our products.

In this section, you can share useful tips, guides and recommendations related to Bambu Lab products and services. From simple guides like how to use certain features of Bambu Studio to slicing files for specific project, or troubleshooting guides to solve particular issues that might occur during the printing phase, we welcome all contributions.

If you have a good idea on how to help others be successful in their 3D printing journey, we would love to see it published as a Community Contribution.

Reward System

The most useful Community Contributions will be rewarded with two spools of PLA Filament (Basic PLA or Matte PLA of random color) and a Gold Community Contributor badge issued on the Forum.

Owners of eligible posts will be contacted by the Bambu Lab Wiki Team user to ask for approval in linking the content and getting the required information to ship the rewards.

This reward will be granted to the contributions that get featured and linked in the Community Contribution section of the Bambu Lab Wiki.

Eligible Contributions

To be eligible for the rewards, the content needs to follow the following rules:

  • The Article or Video needs to be published on the Bambu Lab Forum in the Community Contributions section.

  • The information included in the Forum post should not be already covered in our Official Wiki, but it can include useful new information that enriches the current published content.

  • All the content published in the Community Contributions section (pictures, text, video) should be original and created by the user sharing the forum post. Avoid using content made by others as this will not be eligible for rewards.

We look forward to everyone’s contributions in making 3D printing accessible to everyone!


Thanks for the offer, unfortunately I don’t print PLA at all. I appreciate the approach.

A current photo of the first bambulab printer delivery:

There are things that come naturally, as soon as you have completed a task well. And when you do ask for something, it normaly become a hassle because it will be done cheaply. The most valuable things in a shop window do not have a price tag…