Bambu Scraper Grip

Bambu Scraper Grip

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Efficient and strong print, only scraper, 0.2mm layer, 6 walls, 25% infill
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This 3D printing model is a hand grip designed to attach to the blade provided with Bambu Lab printers for easy removal of printed objects from the build plate. Its ergonomic design ensures a comfortable and secure grip, and it is optimized for compatibility with Bambu Lab printers.

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Dumb and dumber....I got the screw position the wrong way around, but I can see how many of us got it wrong. A few important notes about this scraper that should really have been in the model description along with photos showing both sides of the model. A few important points: 1) Leave the blade to one side during the initial stages of the assembly process. The scraper is designed to allow you to put the blade in/swap blades, then you tighten at last step 2) The small plastic wedge and handle are both mated together with the faces that were on the bed. The plastic wedge is installed with the thin part of the wedge pointing back towards the non-blade end of the scraper - see image below. 3) The screws for the scraper come with the printer in the tool kit (at least they did for me) 4) Screw the two screws into/from the blade side that has the two protruding blade locator pegs. (don't install the blade yet for safety) screw them in until they are flush with the other side. 5) Hold the wedge over the flush screws and while applying pressure to the plastic wedge to keep it mated against the handle, slowly screw in the screws. If a gap greater than 0.25-0.5mm appears, back off and check that a piece of plastic is not being ejected from the hole, if it is, scrape it off and repeat step 5 until screws are in but leave about 2mm - i.e. don't screw them all the way in. 6) Place the blade in the handle (the screws heads mate with the metal blade, not the plastic handle) and tighten the screws. Stop when they are almost tight - any further you will strip the plastic threads you are making while screwing the screws in. 7) IMPORTANT: When using the scraper, the blade should be as horizontal to the bed as possible - like in the image below. i.e. the plastic wedge should be on top of the handle and not below it. The goal is to lift the edges a little of the part, not to gouge into the surface of the board. Once the edge of the part has lifted, switch to using the trusty old paint scraper, again have that as flush to the bed as possible, you don't want a steep angle gouging the bed. The wedges only function is to hold the screws, the wedge should not come in contact with your bed. It is not a cantilever to lift your parts. The blades only function is to "release" the edges of your print, not the whole print.
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You are doing this community a service... Thanks!
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soooooo. Is this way in the picture the correct way? I can't figure it out either 😂😂😂😂😂
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Thanks so much! you helped me figure it out. Now what I can't figure out is... where is this supposed to go that it has magnets? lol. I suppose it can attach to the back of the K1C (or P1S/P) but the wedge sticks out of the holder so the magnet can't make contact, and the magnetized scraper by itself is kinda dangerous lol. oh well.
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求助..不知道哪里错了,螺丝孔对不上
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same Problem for me
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same problem here. it looks like they either updated their blade supplier or the handle model was designed incorrectly.
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Replying to @user_422877398 :
i think so too
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Great model. Printed on A1. Nice that it comes with a stand that hides the blade. For me the part with the screws didn't sit flush. Probably something not calibrated on my end.
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有没有可能 你上面的盖板装反了
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look for my comment "dumb and dumber" - I made the same mistake of having the plastic wedge against the blade face, it is supposed to go on the other side of the handle.
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Replying to @RandomSmith :
I’m an idiot. I just spent 15 min messing with the screws with it on the wrong freaking side… Come here to see how the picture looks and realize I’m not the only one… Lol thank you for sharing
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Bin sehr zufrieden, besser als die Kundstoff Schaber!
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wo hast du das kleine Teil montiert ?
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Replying to @FSfd4cmn9kqb :
auf der Rückseite als Daumen Stütze.
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Replying to @burgART :
Danke . dann schiebt man mit der Seite also :)
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pretty cool. not happy with how the top piece fits. it's not down flush. 🤷
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The screw heads are supposed to be up against the scraper blade. Move the screw boss block to the other side.
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Yes, the same to me, screws doesn't fit. And it falls apart when in stand. Poor design.
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Replying to @ivogrinbergs :
look for my comment "dumb and dumber" - I made the same mistake of having the plastic wedge against the blade face, it is supposed to go on the other side of the handle.
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great design. lots of people in comments assembling incorectly. after watching Bambu Labs youtube video I assembled it per the designer. my x1c comes with the scraper blade, screws and magnets in a bag labeled “for scraper”. after putting it together i learned that my x1c isnt magnetic, making the magnets useless.
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Just got the same finding about the X1 carbon XD I was like.... Am I the only one whose scraper doesn't stick on the metal side XD
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x1c is steel on the back panel. My tools are stuck into there.
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printed great, mistake was my fault.
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I made the same mistake :(
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Replying to @cmcraig2 :
I just got my P1S and printed white and black the same as OP, how did you fix this? My first square came out white as well and I'm not sure what I did wrong.
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"Flushing Volume" to low? I think I made the same mistake. I reduced the flushing volume to 190. Or do you mean something other?
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A1 Mini Profile: 3 walls, 20% adaptive infill
Printed quick and easy. Thank you.
The designer has replied
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Glad to hear! Thank you for sharing 😬👍🏻
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Probeausdruck in Grün, Bambu Logo nicht komplett, Fixierung der Klinge musste neu gedruckt werden, da die Schrauben nicht 100 % passten, eventuell Anfängerfehler.
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nope, falsch rum montiert. die Schraubenköpfe kommen an die Klinge und das Plastikstück auf die Rückseite
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Replying to @knartz :
Danke für den Hinweis, jetzt habe ich eine zusammengesetzte Version in Makerworld gesehen. Werde gleich meinen Fehler beheben. 👍
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great tool
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look for my comment "dumb and dumber" - I made the same mistake of having the plastic wedge against the blade face, it is supposed to go on the other side of the handle.
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Replying to @RandomSmith :
lol. didn’t even notice. will fix it tonight.
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