Bambu Studio is more than just slicing software. It represents the future of 3D printing. This open-source program features a project-based workflow to organize and streamline your model preparation. Under the hood, Bambu utilizes innovative slicing algorithms systematically optimized for speed and print quality. The intuitive interface allows users to easily slice and customize supports with just a few clicks. Whether you’re an expert maker or new to 3D printing, Bambu Studio gives you the tools to effortlessly prepare files and achieve incredible prints.
It comes with STEP format support, 3D Text Tool, remote control and monitor over WAN/LAN, project based workflow, multi color printing options, high speed printing features and many more.
Install Bambu Studio on Ubuntu
Bambu Studio is available as a portable AppImage and flatpak. Download the latest Bambu Studio in .AppImage file format and save it on your Downloads folder. Open the terminal application (ctrl+alt+t) and run below commands one by one.
Note: Here “BambuStudio_linux_ubuntu_v01.08.03.89-20240109.AppImage” is the downloaded file name and you can change below command based on your file name and path.
sudo chmod +x ~ BambuStudio_linux_ubuntu_v01.08.03.89-20240109.AppImage
Right click on the downloaded file and select Properties. Enable the executable as Program option. After that, right click again and select Run to execute the program.
Install Bambu Studio via Flatpak:
In the terminal app run below Bambu Studio flatpak install command.
flatpak install flathub com.bambulab.BambuStudio
After that open Bambu Studio using below command.
flatpak run com.bambulab.BambuStudio