Bambu Studio is the slicer software from 3D printer manufacturer Bambu Lab. The company releases updates for the 3D printing software on an ongoing basis. The new version 1.8.2 offers interesting new features. According to the manufacturer, compatibility with third-party filaments has been significantly improved. This means that third-party materials can now also be used more easily.
Users can now create their own material profiles directly in the software without having to rely on ready-made profiles. According to Bambu Lab, this makes working with third-party filaments considerably easier.
The import and export of material profiles has also been implemented. Profiles can be exchanged with other users and imported into the software. This makes it easier to transfer knowledge about optimized settings for various filaments.
Further improvements relate to compatibility with 3D printers from other manufacturers. It is now possible to create printer profiles in Bambu Studio for models that are not actually supported natively. According to the manufacturer, this works “automatically” – manual adjustment of the settings is no longer necessary.
Version 1.8.2 now also officially supports the in-house Bambu Lab A1 printer as well as the K1 and K1 Max models from Creality. A number of other improvements relate to performance, stability and user-friendliness.
The complete changelog with all changes can be found here.