Following on from the success of the Bambu Lab P1P and X1 Carbon, a new 3D printer is on the horizon: The Bambu Lab A1 Mini. Once again aiming to be an easy way to get into 3D printing, the A1 Mini is an incredibly cheap way to make your entry into the hobby.
Bambu’s new 3D printer can print objects with multiple colors and is being dubbed as ‘beginner friendly.’ The developers have also promised full auto calibration, auto bed leveling with the nozzle probe, and an ‘always-perfect’ first layer.
In addition to all of that, there’s vibration calibration and compensation before every print, so users can know if what they want printed is feasible. Changing the nozzle is also really easy and fast, so users can go back to printing their statues whenever they want.
Users will also be able to print with the Bambu Lab A1 Mini quietly, so they won’t have to disturb anyone. Bambu is promising operations with motor noise canceling with a silent mode that’s up to 48db.
There are also options to untangle spools via pausing, as those tend to ruin prints for many users. It’s definitely an option that will please many perfectionists who want to print out something of quality.
Even more impressive is that users can start printing with the touch of an app. For beginners, this is a great way to get work done without having to move much.
The Bambu Lab A1 Mini is available for $299, with a combo version priced at $459. A simpler Bambu A1 Lite is also available for $249.