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I'm a student from Turkish German University. We have a Cloud-Monitoring of 3d printer project. So how transfer data from ultimaker to pc? We have Ultimaker 2.

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What kind of data are you talking about? I know that quite a few people have added remote printing by using Octoprint. Is that what you mean?

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Our Project is Cloud-Monitoring of 3D printers process. We should reach to temparatur, speed, current, height and coordinats. Depending on them, we first detect the errors in production and then make the necessary intervention in the system. We need to use software, sensors, online monitoring in our project. Yes like a Octoprint. Thanks for your reply 

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