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TeamD3dp
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RE: Bard says the Bambu X1c swaps filaments faster than Prusa XL

I'll never fully understand folk's compulsion to recruit as many people as possible to validate a decision they've made, especially one as ultimately unimportant as which 3d printer they have decided (not) to buy.  I do feel for David and his very frustrating and costly experience, as there seems to be some kind of psychological road block standing in the way of him letting go and quietly moving on with a different product.  The jest above about the bounty checks gave me a chuckle, but it does seem that of those who feel they have been let down by Prusa in the last couple years, many have turned so aggressively against the company that it seems they would celebrate it's failure.  This seems silly to me as I believe most people (not just on this forum) would have to agree that the industry would be quite negatively impacted if Prusa were absent from it.  Something is clearly causing people to take hard sides on the matter, though.  Even users who are getting great results out of the XL, lauding it as a printer that is providing them a level of quality, material efficiency, and utility beyond anything else currently available, won't let an opportunity pass without remarking about the "clueless people being led by a clueless leader" on this forum.  As a fairly new 3d printing hobbyist, I'm really thankful to the many forum users here who are willing to offer level headed, untainted help to each other here, despite vastly differing experience levels and investments in the hobby.  Also to the 'few' youtube folks who are comfortable acknowledging the challenges while collaborating toward solutions rather than stopping at every chance to take a petty dig at one side or the other.  Robert Cowan comes to mind as a great example someone willing to simply educate without pettiness.  

Whether or not my own printer continues to meet my needs long into the future, I expect Prusa will be fine.  I suspect many of the CQ and CS issues that folks are having is a direct reflection of the demand for Prusa products and their struggle to meet that demand.  If demand drops off because some of those on the fence decide to go elsewhere, I believe they'll still be turning a profit and will retain their customers who appreciate the attempt to adhere to a more open core philosophy.  

I genuinely hope David can find whatever peace he's looking for on this matter.

-J

Posted : 09/12/2023 6:38 am
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Asus1357
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RE: Bard says the Bambu X1c swaps filaments faster than Prusa XL

Well stated. People have different needs and different tastes / uses. As well ups and downs with experiences. Hopefully everyone finds what they are looking for and get what they need in the end. Share the knowledge and keep printing!

Posted : 09/12/2023 2:05 pm
Madarts
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RE: Bard says the Bambu X1c swaps filaments faster than Prusa XL

Prusa XL,, 5 tool head is way faster when it comes multicolor printing vs a Bambu printer. That data is based on slicer information. 

Posted : 10/12/2023 4:31 am
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