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Bambu Lab software Bambu Studio gets support for multiple 3D printers

With version 1.9.1, Bambu Lab delivers a comprehensive update for its in-house slicing and print management software Bambu Studio. The update brings some useful new functions for users of the manufacturer’s 3D printers.

The main focus is on the native integration of Bambu Lab’s own 3D model repository MakerWorld. This should be a welcome relief for users who regularly access the growing collection of print-ready objects.

Particularly practical: the new multi-device view allows a print job to be sent to several connected Bambu printers at the same time. This saves valuable time for larger quantities or a small fleet of printers.

While STL files normally do not contain any color information, OBJ models can often include color data in separate MTL files – for example in 3D scans. BambuStudio 1.9.1 now attempts to automatically match these colors to the available filament options in the best possible way and thus approximate colored prints as closely as possible.

Minor improvements include a line-painting tool for more precise coloring of objects, a function for reducing excess purging material when changing filaments and various optimizations and bug fixes. According to Bambu Lab, the purger reduction option can occasionally cause clogging, but in most cases it saves valuable material.

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