So I'm new to this forum, and multi-material systems in general, but I have a bambu printer and the automatic filament cutter plus AMS seems like a very reliable option at the moment. But I also have non-bambu printers so the AMS isn't ideal for me. The chameleon seems like a good fit as I can use it on anything!
I have reservations about the 'ram tip and retract' method of getting a clean enough tip to prevent clogging though. I know this is how the ERCF works too, but I also have seen countless people having issues on that device with clogs and poor layers after swaps etc because of it. I assume it's because tuning the 'ram' for each filament is a long and difficult process to get perfect.
Which is basically the first I've seen of a DIY clone of the bambu cutter, which happens to be working on a voron so would work for my other printer. Just thought I'd ask the question here where the experts are!