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OctoPrint app on iOS (looking for beta tester)

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I developed an iPhone application able to manage any 3D printer connected to an OctoPrint server. The application is not on the store yet and I'm looking for beta tester.

The main features of the app :

- Webcam visualisation.

- Full dashboard (temperatures, progress, remaining time...).

- Full control of your 3D Printer including movement, pre-heat and extrude functionalities.

- Listing of the Gcode availables (from local and SDcard).

- Start a new print.

- Full settings on the app (temperatures, reverse axes, movements step).

- QRCode scanning for the API Key.

OctoPanel is able to manage a 3D Printer up to two extruders.

If you are interested, do not hesitate to contact me in PM with your name, the model of your iPhone, the model of your printer and of course, your email you used in the appStore.

Please read more information about Octoprint on http://octoprint.org



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