I use Neotko style as well, sort of... I prefer the name of the object first and version as well
Many times I copy all files on the sd card to the folder called "old" so you can find the current files faster.
Important is also that the names are not so long, when working with octoprint in the 8.3 format when printing from SD. That means extension on .g [instead of .gcode]
When I resume prints I use the same name but ending on r1.g, r2.g etc...
And for production on multiple different machine include machine name [uMO, UM2] and nozzle size [without a dot]. Never included PLA in filename since that is my default, maybe add material when it is different.
cheers / joris
For my prints, since most of the time it's to print the same in series, for the sdcards I do:
Kind of print / Name / type_x(number of repetitions.gcode
For example. Keychains/Cactus/Tall_x3.gcode
For the temps I have postits on each printer with the +/- temp of each machine, so when th job starts I adjust the temperature since each machine has different heat readings from -7 to + 10C (umo+ doesn't have the fancy ultigcode for temperature profiles)
Also when doing a new design I make folders on the sdcard of the day it was made on the root until they go from beta to production ready. I just make v1/v2 etcetc until they are ok so I can match the gcode name with the stl/factory file used.
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