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Posted · raspberry pi3 try to use cura

it seem that cura slicing when you slice and send to octopi to print works good if you run windows program .if you run raspberry pi3 + it well not run on pi seem that there could be a cloud

setup to work with pi or have a better memerry for pi or even a program to run on pi as a pc 

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Posted · raspberry pi3 try to use cura

It is unclear to me what you are asking.

 

Cura does not run on the Raspberyy Pi 3+. There is an experimental build that will run on a Raspberry Pi 4 by community member @burtoogle here:

You can run an old version of CuraEngine on the Raspberry Pi 3+, hosted inside OctoPrint. CuraEngine is the actual slicer, without the GUI:

https://plugins.octoprint.org/plugins/curalegacy/

 

I would not really recommend either option. Slicing is better done on a computer with sufficient resources.

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