A few weeks ago I was told about the PrintTime Genius OctoPrint Plugin to fix my print time estimate issue. I haven't had time to print anything new so I've been putting this off, but didn't think it was a big deal since it should be fairly straight forward. Unfortunately, when I went to install via the… Continue reading OctoPrint PrintTime Genius Install
Update: Thank you to user outsourcedguru for sharing the following useful information that I will be looking into ASAP: If you use OctoPrint as a web service for your 3D printer, there’s a very good plugin for this called OctoPrint-PrintTimeGenius which does an excellent job of indicating truthful status throughout the entire print. So I've been… Continue reading Print Time Estimate Way Off???
Since I've gotten unexpectedly really into OctoPrint (it's amazing, don't buy this printer unless you do this, because it really takes this to the next level!), I decided I might as well live stream my prints. That way I can watch my prints anywhere, not just streaming on my home network. Oh fun! Smoosh is… Continue reading OctoPrint: YouTube Live
So now it's time to try and print with OctoLapse running and see how it goes! TL;DR: Everything worked smoothly and was so much better than I ever dreamed! The hardest part was playing the time lapse video. I ultimately ended up downloading this VLC program since my Windows PC couldn't figure out how to play the… Continue reading Time-Lapse Camera Setup: Logitech C615 + OctoLapse
Since I ended up getting the raspberry pi set up with OctoPrint waaaaaaaay earlier into this project than I thought, I figured I might as well get time-lapse videos rolling. OctoPrint actually has a plug in for this called OctoLapse, so it seems at first glance all I need to do is purchase a USB camera. I'm… Continue reading Time-Lapse Camera Research
Now that I've got OctoPrint installed, I need to figure out how to get my printer connected. I went through a lot of guess and check, and I'll try and streamline what to do and remove anything I did that was unnecessary. TL;DR: I tried out a lot of plugins and different ways to connect… Continue reading Fall Out Coin 3: Putting the “Print” in OctoPrint
After my SD slot stopped working, WiFi printing didn't work, and USB tether was going no where, I was left with no choice but to try using OctoPrint. I'm just going to follow the instructions on Octoprint's download section of their website. It all seems fairly straight forward, although I have already completed two retropie… Continue reading Octoprint and Raspberry Pi
After running into problems with my first attempt to print the Fall Out Coin, I decided to print via USB again but NOT let the computer lock. This time the coin got 40% of the way through before randomly stopping for no apparent reason...WHY IS EVERYTHING SO HARD????? My first three prints I grabbed my… Continue reading Fall Out Coin 2: Electric Boogaloo