mvincent916 wrote: ↑Mon Oct 25, 2021 12:13 pm
I've got an SD card. I don't have a way to transfer files to SD card:(
You can use the upload to SD card macro from the Simplify3D Machine Control Panel. Then after the upload completes you can start the SD card print using the aptly named Macro button.
"The Marlin firmware requires the use of the 8.3 naming convention, so the filenames on the SD card can only have up to 8 uppercase characters for the filename and up to 3 uppercase characters for the file extension. For example, “3D_Knot_for_M2.gcode” would need to be renamed to something like “M2KNOT.G” when placed on the SD card. Once you have plugged the card back into your M2, you can use the “Print from SD Card” button in the Machine Control Panel to begin the print. This is particularly useful for large parts so that you do not need to have your computer attached and awake for the entire print. It also offers a much lower latency that USB serial protocols which allows for better print quality." - https://www.simplify3d.com/support/hard ... makergear/
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