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Posted · Network Printing in other printers

Guys!.. I am stuck with network printing!

can anyone help me how to print model via network(wifi/ethernet) in other printers using CURA.

 

I have to use network printing for my 3d printer.

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Posted · Network Printing in other printers

Look at setting up octoprint. That is the only non-ultimaker network control that is supported right now.

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Posted · Network Printing in other printers

is there any other way or can I just enable Octoprint plug-in in code and run..

is it neccesary to have rosberryPi? 

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Posted (edited) · Network Printing in other printers

What printer are you trying to print to?

 

If a printer does not have network capabilities of its own, you can use OctoPrint on any computer (could be as small as a raspberry pi, could be a desktop computer) and connect it to your printer over USB. If you are trying to connect over the network with a printer that has network capabilities of its own (without using OctoPrint), OctoPrint will not be of much help. OctoPrint is specifically for making printers that only have a USB connection work over a network connection.

Edited by ahoeben

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