Plug-and-Play PrusaPrint setup for a Prusa i3 MK3 or MK3S. It comes with the following:
* Raspberry Pi Zero W with correct length pins soldered onto the board
* A configured and installed 32GB Class 10 Micro SD Card with either OctoPrint or PrusaPrint (Prusa's own version of OctoPrint) installed
* SD to MicroSD Adapter
* Prusa Raspberry Pi Zero W adapter bracket (Orange, Black, or White)
* Cover for Einsy case with an included carve-out for additional I/O (Orange, Black, or White)
All you do is edit the octopi-wpa-supplicant.txt with correct wifi details using a unix friendly text editor (like Notepad++ or Atom) and then install the components. From there follow the guide at https://manual.prusa3d.com/c/Octoprint_for_Original_Prusa_i3_MK3
All plastic parts are printed in PETG
Octoprint is an amazing web-based manager for your 3D printer. It comes pre-loaded with an enormous amount of functionality. This SD card will come configured with everything you need to get started including:
- OctoPrint plus its dependencies
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- MJPG-Streamer for live viewing of prints and timelapse video creation,
compatible with various USB webcams and the Raspberry Pi camera
- CuraEngine 15.04 for slicing directly on your Raspberry Pi
Full remote control & monitoring
Control and monitor every aspect of your 3D printer
and your printing jobs right from within your browser
Compatible and extendable OctoPrint is compatible with most of the available consumer 3D printers a nd its powerful plugin system allows extending its functionality with awesome plugins from the community.
**OctoPrint does not recommend using the camera functionality with the Pi Zero**
Why a 32GB SD Card when OctoPrint is a small OS?
OctoPrint does a lot with very little, but most users end up downloading a fair amount of plugins to customize it, including OctoLapse a phenomenal time-lapse program for OctoPrint. All of this, the plugins, timelapse videos, and gcode take up space. The 32GB card all but eliminates the possibility that you will ever need to upgrade.
OctoPrint is 100% Open Source under the Affero General Public License v3.0 (AGPL).
The Prusa i3 is an amazing printer, but it really does lag behind most machines when it comes to the interface. This is a must-do upgrade for any Prusa owner. Orange!