How to use All-In-One Print Profile (Bambu Studio)

How to use Bambu Studio's All-In-One Print Profile

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Thank to Bambu Lab‘s innovative function called “Plates Management” within their slicing software (Bambu Studio), complex 3D printing projects are now much easier than ever to manage/track progress.
Morethan3D is considering ultilising this function within Bambu Studio to create specific print profiles for our 3D models going forward. This means, apart from the STL’s that you would download from our website, a “All-In-One” print profile (created within Bambu Studio) will also be included in the package. We believe this may be a HUGE step towards our commitments to providing “hassle-free” printing experience to our clients – whom simply want to create the highest quality Morethan3D models for your collection!

This means, instead of having to figure out yourself how to best print each and every STL file, quantities required, and colours, you can now simply load the “All-In-One” print profile in Bambu Studio, select which part(s) you want to print, and send it to your printer! As simple as that! Whether you have years of experience with 3D printing, or just started with your very first printer, you can all enjoy the experience, knowing that the perfect prints will be ready to collect in a couple of hours!

All of our printing profiles are created for the Bambu Lab X1 Carbon . Hence, you should be able to use the profiles directly on any Bambu Lab X1 and P1 Series 3D printers.

STEP by STEP tutorial how to use Morethan3D Printing Profiles

  • Open Bambu Studio and select “Open Project“.

  • Navigate to Morethan3D’s print profile of the model you want to print, and click “Open

  • Once the print profile is loaded, you can see the following information:
    – All parts you need to print to build the model (including quantities required, and colour recommendation for each part)
    – Parts are split into groups, each build plate contains a group of parts that has the same colour, and can be printed together in one print
    – All parts have been placed on the build plates at their optimum orientations for 3D printing, hence, you don’t need to orientate them again unless you want to
    – All parts that require bespoke print settings (e.g. manual supports, z-seam alignment, etc.) already have these settings saved into the profile (indicated by the orange lock symbol next to the file name). Hence, you don’t need to change any settings unless you want to

  • Load filaments into your AMS (Automatic Material System), and select “Synchronize filament list from AMS” button.

    It is recommended that you load your filament in the AMS in the same colour order as shown in the print profile. In the example below: Slot 1 is PLA Black, Slot 2 is PLA Silver, Slot 3 is PLA Orange, and Slot 4 is PLA Dark Green. If you don’t, you may need to re-assign the correct colour to each part on each build plate.

  • [OPTIONAL] Once your filaments are loaded in the AMS and synchronised to the slicer, to achieve the highest print quality, we highly recommend you to calibrate all of the filaments using the “Auto-Calibration” setting in Bambu Studio.
    It is recommended that you perform both “Flow Dynamics“, and “Flow Rate” calibration for each filament

  • Note that we use Bambu Lab’s “Smooth PEI Plate/High Temp Plate” to print our parts. This is because this type of build plate doesn’t require any glue to be applied on the build plate. You can print directly on this build plate with PLA as long as the temperature of the plate is set to 55 degree C (default setting).
    If you use any other type of build plate, simply select the correct type from the drop-down menu, and change plate temperature/apply glue as recommended by the plate’s manufacturer.

  • If you use Bambu Lab’s PLA Basic Silver, it is recommended that you reduce the Max volumetric speed from 21 mm³/s to 15 mm³/s in the filament settings (same if you print with Bambu Lab’s PLA Basic Gold, or Bronze).
    If you use any other Bambu Lab’s PLA Basic colour, you can leave it as 21 mm³/s (default setting)
    If you use any PLA filament from other brand instead of Bambu Lab, just use the Generic PLA default settings (the Max volumetric speed is set to 12 mm³/s by default)

  • That’s all set! Now, all you have to do is print all the parts!
    To do this, simply select a build plate that you want to print (in whichever order you want), and click “Slice plate” button.

  • Wait until the slicing is done, then click “Print plate” button, and “Send” in the pop-up window to send the job to your printer.
    Now all you have to do is wait until the parts are done! Then select the next plate to print (repeat STEP 8 & 9) until all parts are printed!

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