AMS stacking stand for P1P and X1

AMS stacking stand for P1P and X1

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PLA profile
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26.7 h
3 plates
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PETG 12% cubic infill
PETG 12% cubic infill
Designer
30 h
3 plates
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PLA 0.28mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
9.3 h
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0.28mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
0.28mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
5.2 h
1 plate

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Description

3D printed AMS stacking stand. Fits the Bambu Lab AMS (for P1P and X1 series 3D printers)

Quick presentation video

Compatibility

Fits the 3 different versions of the AMS units. However, the fit for the older version (3 large gaps on the sides instead of 4) is slightly offset and the bottom box will protrude out a bit.

Materials

  • about 500g of filament
  • optional 10x404mm metal rod/pipe (such as an aluminum pipe) cost me about $2 at the hardware store
  • optional two M3 grub screws 6-12mm long and compatible Allen (hex) key (you can find them in sets on Amazon for $10-20), OR use long normal M3 screws, like M3x30 or M3x40 and only screw in a quarter of the length
  • optional felt pads for the bottom AMS unit for easier sliding

Printing

There's an optional small test-fit part (plate 3) that can be printed first for checking potential fitting issues.

Pick either the decorated version (plate 1) or the plain version (plate 2). Takes close to 15 hours to print with the Generic PETG profile.

Assembly

Cut the metal rod to 404mm long, then insert it in both printed parts. Fit the AMS unit at the top. Screw in the two grub screws at the back alongside the rod to lock it in place.

If you like CAD modeling, I posted a 90-minute video with the entire workflow for creating this model.


Documentation (5)

Bill of Materials (3)
AMS stand BOM.csv
AMS stand BOM.pdf
AMS stand BOM.xlsx
Assembly Guide (1)
11.png
Other Files (1)
license.txt

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unfortunately does not fit newer AMS I made a new version that will fit - https://makerworld.com/sv/models/67063
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Great design, but same issue. I knew I should have printed the test fit, lol.
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Replying to @elementalsin :
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For newer version with 3 gasp I made this model: https://makerworld.com/en/models/217083#profileId-236106
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great AMS Stand. I would like a higher version (so you can just open the lid of the AMS below)
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Perfect print,without any change it printed perfectly on my X1C (0.4mm)
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I printed it with my X1C as well - but could not get the filament to feed into the slots.
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Soporte perfecto para el AMS version nueva, el de los tres huecos.
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For newer version with 3 gasp I made this model: https://makerworld.com/en/models/217083#profileId-236106
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Perfect impression, thanks
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It's so good.
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Came out awesome! 😎
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Fantastic print, works really well and frankly. i love it!
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This worked perfectly for me, I am printing the extender to allow me to open the lid. I love the design and ability to add some color to it. I chose to print in PET-G and added red pla on the slots. Thanks for such a great design.
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To be honest: the model is nice but not so useful as it lacks some height for that: when stacking, you cannot open the lower AMS and you need room to push backwards the upper one and/or pull forward the lower one. If you lack space (which is probably the case if you need to print this) then you certainly have to go through many contorsions.
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Cut mine a tad shorter since I dont need it to be taller. Prints perfectly. No issues at all!
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