Bambu Lab, a leading provider of 3D printing technology, has just launched its latest 3D printer, the P1P in Australia. The P1P is a more affordable alternative to its predecessor, the X1, and offers similar features and capabilities.

The P1P boasts a kinematics system, motion control system, and “state-of-the-art electronics” as well as vibration compensation and pressure advance. It also has a build volume of 256 x 256 x 256 mm, making it suitable for most modern FDM machines. The extruder and direct extruder is the same as the X1, but the hot end is different.

The P1P is capable of accelerating at 2000 mm/s and maintaining a speed of 500 mm/s, making it one of the fastest 3D printers in the market. The P1P uses the CoreXY motion system, which is known for its quick and stable movements. This motion system is expected to provide good levels of stability, particularly at higher print speeds.

The P1P is also equipped with a 300 °C-capable all-metal hot end that allows for the use of various exotic filaments, however, carbon and glass fiber polymers are not recommended. It also comes with a dual-sided textured PEI-coated print plate which is known for its durability, adhesion and flexibility.

The P1P is also compatible with Bambu Lab’s automatic material system, making it easy to use and efficient. With its impressive features and capabilities, the P1P is priced at $699, making it an affordable option for anyone looking for a high-quality 3D printer.

Overall, the Bambu Labs Carbon X1 is a powerful and reliable 3D printer that is perfect for professionals and advanced users who demand the highest quality prints. So, it is a perfect choice for 3D printing enthusiasts.