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Monitoring 3D Prints

Discussion in 'Corrugated Plastic (Coro) & 3D Printing' started by lithgowlights, Dec 17, 2015.

  1. lithgowlights

    lithgowlights Senior Elf Generous Elf

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    With the slow but steady increase of people with 3D printers, I was wondering who here remotely monitors their prints?

    My printers are in the shed, so away from the normal place we inhabit, so I do have a camera in the Flashforge Dreamer, and also one looking down on the soon to be operational Wombot, but this might be overkill, so I was wondering who else does it? I'd love to add a third camera that points at the filament rolls, but have 12 cameras already pointing at various aspects of the house and yard
     
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    well my 2 cents is one good PTZ camera in the shed should let you look at everything to the extreme my PTZ can read the writing on a coin at 40 meters,


    and most better PTZ have onboad storage for video to limit bandwidth.
     

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