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Posted · modify the ultimaker original+ with wifi?

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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Posted · modify the ultimaker original+ with wifi?

Look into OctoPrint/OctoPi:

http://octoprint.org

With the OctoPrint plugin for wifi, you get a pretty seemless experience printing directly from Cura to the printer (no more dealing with gcode files).

https://github.com/fieldofview/OctoPrintPlugin

 

thank you for your advise, it works really wel. the first time that octoprint works good in my experiance

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