Prusa i3 MK2S .203 3D Printer
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|Serial Number||SERIAL NUMBER|
|Make/Model||Prusa i3 MK2S|
|Contact||CNC Area Host|
|Where||CNC Area, downstairs|
The Prusa i3 now uses OctoPrint as its host device. You can now send jobs to the printer via any computer in the space, even your personal device.
The OctoPrint server for the Prusa i3 can be reached at http://10.100.1.202/
- When connecting to the OctoPrint server, you may first need to select "Connect" under the left side Connection tab if the printer has been turned off.
- All settings to connect are retained and should not be modified.
- Once the printer is connected, you can begin warming it up with the Temperature tab.
- Enter a temperature in Celsius and click "Set"
- You can control the printer's movements and extrusion using the "Control" tab.
- To get started printing, upload an STL using the left side "Files" tab.
- Find the STL you uploaded and click the "Slice" button, it looks like a magic wand.
- From here, you can select what slicer engine you'd like to use and what settings you'd like to print with.
- Cura is the default slicing engine.
- Select one of the preset slicing profiles, and then manually set your preferred temperatures and speeds using the Basic and Advanced tabs.
- Now locate the newly generated GCO file (G-Code) in the left side Files tab. You can now click "Load and Print" to print your object.
- It is preferred if you delete your files from the OctoPrint server when you are done. You can download your GCO file for future printing if you would like to retain the specific sliced project.
This is only a high level overview of how to use OctoPrint. If you are already authorized but have not used OctoPrint, feel free to attend future authorization sessions. OctoPrint will accept g-code from the most popular slicers such as Cura, Slic3r, Repetier-Host, and Simplify3D.