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I am trying to use Cura to send file directly to Ultimaker 2 via Doodle3D. I read that this function has been implemented, but I cannot see any icon for me to click "send" or "print" on Cura for me to do that. I am using Doodle3D as a stand alone access point. Could anyone please point me to the right direction? Thank you.


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If your printed is plugged into the Doodle3D and they are both on the same network, the "print/send to sd" button should be replaced by a "print wireless" button of some sorts.

When you are are running in AP mode, you should make sure you are connected to your AP network. Did you try wifi or cable?


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