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Cura 4.1 and ethernet Smoothieboard


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Posted · Cura 4.1 and ethernet Smoothieboard

Hi,

 

I try to connect the smoothieboard directly to Cura 4.1, under "add a new printer" you can add a network address but Cura can't found the printer, I tried 192.168.1.10 (static ip of smoothieboard) without or with :23 or :80 but nothing worked...

Pronterface connect to the printer with 198.168.1.10:23 and doesn't have any problem.

Does Cura limit the network access to only their products?

 

Cheers

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    Posted · Cura 4.1 and ethernet Smoothieboard

    The “add network printer” functionality is limited to Ultimaker printers at the moment. Someone would have to contribute a plugin to have Cura talk to smoothieboards over the network.

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