The one thing I forgot to mention is that in a business network we assigned all 3D printers to a VLAN other than the normal user network. If your business does not have a specific VLAN on WiFi other than the user network then one might need to be created. That is not a lot of work but usually declined unless it is business critical. We didn't d it until we had our 5th printer.
If you have NOT changed anything on the network and the configuration is for a business it is always a good idea to configure the printers with a static IP and white list the mac addresses.