AMS Buffer Injector Guides

AMS Buffer Injector Guides

Boost
470
960
443

Print Profile(4)

All
X1 Carbon
P1S
P1P
X1
X1E
A1

0.20 BBL PETg 4W,T, 3B, 15%Gyroid
0.20 BBL PETg 4W,T, 3B, 15%Gyroid
Designer
1.5 h
1 plate
4.8(123)

0.2mm X1C ABS 3w 20% inf Gyroid, 3brim
0.2mm X1C ABS 3w 20% inf Gyroid, 3brim
Designer
1.3 h
1 plate
4.7(42)

ASA, 0.2mm layer, 6 walls, 25% infill (Adaptive Cubic)
ASA, 0.2mm layer, 6 walls, 25% infill (Adaptive Cubic)
1.3 h
1 plate
4.3(4)

0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
2 h
1 plate
4.0(4)

Open in Bambu Studio
Boost
470
960
443
43
1.3 k
999
Released

Description

The best PTFE guide plus PTFE Release (no tools require).

There it is. Many Makers asked me for this after seeing the one I designed for the AMS Hub.

https://makerworld.com/en/models/73523#profileId-77971

Since the location is good, I didn't add a subplate and relocate the buffer. The drawback is that I only have a little wire management.

 

In a certain way, it's better because there are no holes to tap or screws. It just "Smap in place".

It's also easy to assemble;

-Release the two PTFEs from the buffer.

-Snap the central part on top of the AMS Buffer. (See the pictures above) (injector end first and snap the other end)

-Slide in the two PTFE guides and secure them with the "C" ring. (The longer one goes in the Injector side)

-Push in the two PTFEs. Tug them back to see if they lock in place.

It's ready to go. Thanks to the realignment of the PTFE in the fittings, you won't need other tools and will avoid jams.

It's not a bad idea to chamfer the inside of the PTFE after cutting it.

 

After printing, make sure the holes are clean. The guide should slide easily and freely into their mount. It may require a little filling in the bores.

 

I did test it with PLA. And the small tube broke. Then, No, you can't use PLA.

I test-printed it with PETg, which prints well for the P1P one. It works well, and no support is needed (But it can't hurt). I didn't have to file or sand the bore, but it may be required (Especially if you use generic material and print on a series P1; the flow is critical). The injector side guide must slide freely, and the PTFE should slide into the guide freely. It doesn't matter if the PTFE slides into the guide or the guide slides with the PTFE.

Of course, I did make it in ABS. It's the best for me and my favorite BBL Blue ABS.

 

It prints in an hour and a half in PETg and is even faster with ABS.

Enjoy.

Comment & Rating (443)

Please fill in your opinion
(0/5000)

Print Profile
0.2mm X1C ABS 3w 20% inf Gyroid, 3brim
Worked great on my P1S with ASA.
(Edited)
The designer has replied
0
Reply
Goody Goody, here we go... It's my second long-time favorite (after ABS). It was a pain to use on my Raise3D, but BBL made it easy. I have to give a shot to your profile. Thanks for downloading it and giving feedback. I do appreciate it.
0
Reply
Oh, one thing. Your profile cut the integrated support on the tubes. You are missing one little thing in your set-up. I'll have to figure out why it doesn't print the wall under .50mm but still prints the tube... If you figure this out, please let me know and update your profile. That support is essential to ensure a successful print. Thanks
0
Reply
Replying to @luckyluc.64 :
Ah, I now see that too. If I use your original ABS-profile and the X1-printer this support-cones go up until it intersect the tubes. When I switch to my printer-profile (P1S) and my filament profile (Generic ASA) the cones stop earlier... I don't know why. I use Orca as slicer. But non the less I didn't had issues printing it with that error.
0
Reply
Print Profile
0.20 BBL PETg 4W,T, 3B, 15%Gyroid
this add on immediately fixed an issue I was having with filament not entering the buffer!
The designer has replied
1
Reply
That looks stunning. What material is that? Good job printing it! You know the cone can be removed; it to supports the print. Thanks, and keep having fun printing trouble-free. PS: Look at my other solutions for the annoying little issues of the X/P series.
0
Reply
Replying to @luckyluc.64 :
Thanks for the advice I did not know I assumed it was a pull! It was printed in Sunlu PETG White. I will take a look at your other posts!
0
Reply
Replying to @achavez16313 :
I will have to get some Sunlu. Your print looks silky and clean. Thank you for letting me know and downloading my work.
0
Reply
It works very well, organizes the ducts and makes the back of the machine neater. I printed on ABS, the longest tube broke on me because I didn't handle it carefully, you don't have to exert any bending on the install. Highly recommended, thanks to the creator!
The designer has replied
1
Reply
Wow, that is a fantastic review. Thanks for downloading it and giving feedback. I do appreciate it. Coming from a maker makes it so much more to me. I see a little oozing. You may need to dry your filament a little more. (better finish and no stringing) Good job printing it, and thanks again.
1
Reply
Replying to @luckyluc.64 :
Thanks for the tip, I'm going to try drying the filament. by the way, accommodate the cable better haha. greetings!
(Edited)
0
Reply
Replying to @TabFix :
Have a happy new year
1
Reply
Boosted
Printed flawless in PetG but I had to clear out quit a bit to make the cable fit as the cable nut on the ams feeder is not in line with the cable guide of the print and even now there is still tension which prevents a thought fit. I dont understand how this fits for others without adjustment but still happy with the print as the adjustment only took a few minutes.
(Edited)
The designer has replied
0
Reply
Hey @Freemen77 I see and I should add a pictures to clarify that detail. I was not using that clip, I keep the cable tight on the machine and go under that U clip. Monday I will have a new X1C put it on and add pictures. You certainly did a good printing job and works hard to make it work like that. I apologize. Thanks to bring it up. Oh I find a picture... Here!
0
Reply
Boosted
Replying to @luckyluc.64 :
Ah it goes behind it, just enough room. How could i not have noticed that. Thanks, I just put it behind it to get the last tention out of the way.
0
Reply
Replying to @Freemen77 :
That would do ;-) Good, enjoy print with less hiccup.
0
Reply
Thanks, it's working perfectly.
The designer has replied
0
Reply
You did an excellent job printing-it. it look fantastic. You can remove the cone on the tip, it's support material integrated to the part. If you pinch them they will pops out. Thanks for downloading it and giving feedback.  I do appreciate it. I invite you to look at my other solutions for BBL's little corks.
1
Reply
Replying to @luckyluc.64 :
Thanks for pointing out about the cone :) didn't know about it
0
Reply
Replying to @rand :
You are welcome. You are not the first, then I will go see if I have a note in the instruction. Maybe I will add a picture. It's not going to hurt anything but some one may think they brake-it... Enjoy
1
Reply
Print Profile
0.2mm X1C ABS 3w 20% inf Gyroid, 3brim
it was a quick simple print that solved my problem of feeding from the AMS through the buffer on the back.
The designer has replied
1
Reply
Cool colors, is this PLA and it's why you didn't install the injector guide side? It certainly help not to have AMS hickup ;-) Thanks for downloading it and giving feedback. I do appreciate it.
0
Reply
it’s silk PLA. I didn’t install the injector side because I found I didn’t need it, and I broke it trying to install it. I saw the model, new I needed it for the AMS side and printed it before I read it should not be PLA. I may go back and print the injector side later with some PAHT-CF I have to make sure it’s strong enough. I would like to have that printed for ease of removing the PTFE tube later.
0
Reply
It looks good and works perfectly.
The designer has replied
0
Reply
Thanks for downloading it and giving feedback. I do appreciate it. I like your color mix, it's cool. I see you added to the injection PTFE a second guide. It's not necessary but can't hurt ;-)
0
Reply
Replying to @luckyluc.64 :
It's great that you like my color mix, I have attached the corresponding profile. The second one was the first, I just didn't dismantle it because I also thought it couldn't hurt :-)
0
Reply
Replying to @detLAN :
I saw it. Cool. I may try it and change from my typical Blue ABS. Thanks again.
0
Reply
Print Profile
0.2mm X1C ABS 3w 20% inf Gyroid, 3brim
good print, but the thin pin layer make my pin gona break :-/
The designer has replied
0
Reply
Hi Downhill Solutions, Did you use ABS? PETg could be better. There's not much room there. I see ringing in your print; you may want to calibrate your machine; it will improve the finish. Is this a P1S? It looks good in black. Thanks for downloading it and giving feedback. I do appreciate it.
0
Reply
Replying to @luckyluc.64 :
i use petg and calibrate everything. yes its a p1s. maybe the temp was to low
0
Reply
Replying to @Downhill_Soluti :
It could be a few things. Maybe the speed. PETg like-it slow. The glassy finish may amplify the effect. You did an excellent job printing it.
0
Reply
Print Profile
0.2mm X1C ABS 3w 20% inf Gyroid, 3brim
Printed easily. Appears to work well so far.
The designer has replied
0
Reply
That will look good together. Are both ABS? Nice printing job. Thanks for downloading it and giving feedback. I do appreciate it.
0
Reply
Replying to @luckyluc.64 :
Everything is ASA. I assembled the red pieces as a single object in the Bambu slicer and printed by object. AMS only had to do one filament change.
0
Reply
Replying to @gomezgames2b :
Excellent printing job. I should do the same ;-) Thanks for downloading it and giving feedback. I do appreciate it.
0
Reply
Boosted
Print Profile
0.20 BBL PETg 4W,T, 3B, 15%Gyroid
This fixed my issues with filament not loading into the AMS buffer. I was using another design that was just attached with a magnet to orient the PTFE tube, but it was a hit & miss.
The designer has replied
0
Reply
For sure it's the best thing... Well after me and the X1C printer LOL. You can remove the cone both side those are integrated support. You did a fantastic job printing it. It nice and crisp. Thanks for downloading it and giving feedback. I do appreciate it. I invite you to look at my other solutions for BBL's little corks.
(Edited)
1
Reply
Boosted
Oh, I thought I broke the cone piece while inserting that piece. Thanks for the great model! I printed with Bambu Basic PETG and I agree it came out very clean.
0
Reply

License

This user content is licensed under a Standard Digital File License.

You shall not share, sub-license, sell, rent, host, transfer, or distribute in any way the digital or 3D printed versions of this object, nor any other derivative work of this object in its digital or physical format (including - but not limited to - remixes of this object, and hosting on other digital platforms). The objects may not be used without permission in any way whatsoever in which you charge money, or collect fees.