The Bambu P1P, with optional 3D-printed panels. | Image: Bambu
When owners of Bambu’s extremely well-regarded 3D printers woke up on August 15th, some found their printer had gone rogue.
Some woke up to failed prints. Some found a second copy of a previous print. And at least a few found their Bambu X1C or P1P had started smacking itself apart — damaging components — while trying to print a second copy atop the object they’d actually asked for.
Ok so this is a bit concerning, I have zero clue how their system is setup (yay proprietary closed source) but it looks like a disruption in Bambulab`s cloud service cause a whole bunch of peoples printers to just…..start printing last night. pic.twitter.com/Sqbk9zmc60
— NERO 3D (@3dpNero) August 15, 2023
These printers started printing unattended,…