please comment wih which wifi routers are workngi with octporint on pi3b & 4's
I have an OLD tplink . TL-WR1043ND that does work but it is a bit slower than I want (and is about 15 years old),
I have tried the following routers without any success (all set to the SAME network name, password, channel, channel width,password security, security type, and wireless mode, BUT these have not worked with pi's, BUT did work with laptops, phones and tablets
please let us know which wifi routers work for you
Anyone else having an issue with Timelaps?
I'm running OctoPrint 1.4.2 Python 2.7.13 OctoPi 0.15.1 currently, but noticed some time ago that my timelaps was not saving consistently, it seems to work on shorter prints, but the longer ones are just lost.
About a month ago I setup octoprint on my raspberry pi and have used it since and it’s been a game changer. The bad thing is I can’t monitor prints away from home. I figured the polar cloud plug-in would help but now it won’t install. I’ve tried using URL and the plugin repository. It gives me the done message after I’ve attempted to install and even after the restart it won’t show up in my plugin list. Any solutions?
I use Octoprint with my Qidi X-Max. I have added a DS18B20 sensor for reading the temperature for inside the enclosure. This script produces a temperature value, for use with the Navbar Temperature plugin.
Place in /usr/local/bin
Change the serial number to match your sensor.
Navbar Temperature plugin: https://plugins.octoprint.org/plugins/navbartemp/
Some people have commented on Octoprint relay contacts getting stuck ON when using a relay to switch the mains power to their 3D printer. This is because the relay contacts are being welded together by something called "inrush" current. Many switched mode power supplies demand a very high initial current spike when they are first switched on - this inrush current can be 50A or more for a very short time and it happens just as the large capacitors charge inside the PSU. I have created an active inrush eliminator to make it safe to control the printer PSU via Octoprint. See: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4413002
I hope this is helpful and solves some of the issues caused by low cost switched mode power supplies in our 3D printers.