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Pizzaprinter

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About Pizzaprinter

  • Birthday 04/10/2000

Personal Information

  • Field of Work
    (Product) design
    Engineering
    R&D / Exploration
  • Country
    NL
  • 3D printer
    Ultimaker Original
  1. i have an UMO+ and i have a UM2 frame and i would really like to put my UMO+ in the UM2 frame but i cant find anywhere if it is possible and/or how to do it. soo if anyone can help me with this that would be great.
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    modify the ultimaker original+ with wifi?

    thank you for your advise, it works really wel. the first time that octoprint works good in my experiance
  3. i have 2 ultimaker original+`s in my makerspace. and i would like to have them working on my wifi that i made in my makerspace. but i can`t find a good artical or a good forum post that can help me with this. i hope that the awesome ultimaker community can help me with this.
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    Raspberry pi 3 with cura?

    i really dont like Octopi so i was lookin gfor a relative cheap option with out using that
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    Packaging my Ultimaker 2 for moving

    First of all i really wouldn't store the ultimaker more than a month in storage, i had my ultimaker 2 go stored for 2 weeks in a storage locker and it didnt work annymore because of the cold and such. But i would wrap it in packing paper and than in a few blankets and than in to a cardboard box.
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    Raspberry pi 3 with cura?

    I am planning to buy a raspberry pi 3, and use it as my ultimaker pc. I have an ultimaker original+ and i love it. But i dont like to have keep transfering all the print data to an sd card or keep my pc running all the time while it is printing. Soo i was wondering if i could install the cura software on the raspberry pi 3? without octopi. If anyone could help me with it, that would be really usefull and helpfull.
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