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  1. Shirly I just had this error occur today, working on troubleshooting now. Did you ever get an answer on this?
  2. Just wanted to come back and say @Smithy that the Cura Connect Reset did work. Thanks for your advice.
  3. I do have a wired network. So you're saying this reset is something I do from the printer directly and not the web browser right?
  4. Hello All! I've got 3 Ultimakers in a group on my network (two S5's and 1 S3). Of the printers, one S5 and one S3 have their live feeds working flawlessly, however it seems that one of the S5's just doesn't display. I'm not sure if this is a problem with the camera or something else, as it clearly isn't a network issue if the other two printers in the group are working well. Files contain images of a working feed, as well as the feed that is having an error; so you can see what I'm talking about. Thanks!
  5. So I have minimal knowledge of coding, etc. I'm new to the game and a bit in over my head with setting something like that up. Do you have a more basic tutorial you can point me in the direction of that I could learn how to do something like this?
  6. Hello all! I'm trying to figure out how I can acquire Ultimaker data such as print time, material used, etc. This data has important manufacturing/industrial engineering implications that can be used to track & monitor the value of the printers in the manufacturing environment. Has anyone found a good solution for downloading Ultimaker data automatically, storing it in a database, and then visually displaying it via applications like Tableau, etc? I know that certain industrial printers like the Stratasys Fortus can do this easily, but I have not yet found an easy solution for
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