Love it! Definitely a must have app for anyone with a 3D printer. Super useful.
Worked well with my Anet A6!????
Great app. Essential for any 3d printer user. I'm using it with a wanhao.
Glad it finally came out wish I could good view live instead of snapshots though
Works great with my Wanhao, Ultimaker 2, and Airwolf! I'm running prints on all of them right now. :-) Highly recommended.
Everything was going fine until I tried to connect to my 3d print. It shows the printer aa available for 2 seconds and after that it shows the message "Printer locked", making this app useless. Tried restarting the astrobox and closing to kill any possible open session but it's still happening. Using the astrobox via web works fine. Edit: well, I'm the only one using it, so there is no possible way that there's another user id logged into it
Have been using this since beta and it only gets better. I love monitoring my printer remotely with the camera on my astrobox. Plus simple slicing built it makes it a breeze, just take a thingiverse file, hit slice, hit print, and done!
It's a great app but doesn't have all the features that the online cloud does. I can only change the slicing settings online not on the app. I think you should be able to edit slicer settings within the app.
I use Astroprint Mobile all the time with my FlashForge Creator with no serious issues. The app could use some improvements, but the updates are so frequent that I am sure it'll only get better overtime.
Unbelievable that this service is free. I built an astrobox in two days locally (NZ). I loaded their firmware onto it and stick it under my Rep 2X. Worked perfectly out of the box. Since then, I have done all of my printing through the astrocloud. I have used their cloud slicing, their file hosting, and all of their beautiful simple interfaces. I can't imagine that any of it has been cheap for them to develop / maintain. They offer a subscription that increases their already generous model storage from 2gig to something higher (can't remember), increases the supported printers from 2 to 10, and adds print queues (which requires that you clear the plate and confirm with your printer that it is ok to proceed, so not much easier than just starting a new print.) I would happily pay $5 a month just to use the cloud services, and to keep local access free for personal use. I'm starting to feel nervous that I can't give a cloud based service that I will come to rely on any of my money. I can't justify $10 a month for bonuses that I won't benefit from. My 2 cents.
My printers are showing up but no one can be controlled using this apps