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Je suis très satisfait !
It really makes it more convenient to print. A quick setup and I can print from my computer or phone without the need to use an SD card or connect my computer. Also, being able to monitor and control my print from wherever adds a lot of freedom to my hobby.
I am completely satisfied, just please put autofocus in the next version.
The icing on the cake would be that they consider supporting the mosaic palette 3 pro (https://www.mosaicmfg.com/products/palette-3-pro) this company is starting to implement support for timelapses in their device, and I think it would be the best time to discuss if the Beagle Cam could include this device in their list of compatible devices.
Fast delivery and great setup and user experience. Would recommend to others.
If my printer is running and I connect the camera I lose that print. Many times I can’t connect the camera at all. Video isn’t that good either.
Absolutely fantastic camera and works perfectly with my highly modified ender 3 v2. Only thing missing is a spaghetti detector type of function but I'm sure will be added in future updates as it is constantly being improved. Very satisfied customer and when I purchase more printers this will be purchased alongside. Highly recommend
I'm using Beagle Cam to control my Prusa MK3S+ and in general it works as good as I had hoped. I'm not really interested in the time lapse functionality. I tested it, but it caused more issues than the videos would be worth to me (rapidly moving the print bed just to snap a picture can cause stringing and can cause instable prints to bend or even tip over).
The features that I'm actually interested in are monitoring the printer that is tucked away in the basement and remote controlling prints without playing SD card jockey. Those work as expected. It would be nice to have an option to send gcode directly from PrusaSlicer, but the WebUI is okay, too. The IR light for dark rooms is a nice feature. The camera lens angle could be a little wider considering the usually tight space in printer enclosures.
Another positive surprise to me is that the Wifi connection works nicely even in our basement where the reception usually is not the best. Video runs smoothly, though.
Almost on par with my octoprint. Can’t print directly from my slicer but can easily upload the gcode and then choose to print. Once printing you can’t adjust any speeds. In total it’s a nice way to wirelessly send and start printing and is the best mist affordable option when octoprint in not available. For the price it is actually the best option. Here’s a video from a mini 3d printer that doesn’t warrant the expense of octoprint.
easy to use and configure.
I would soon have a second one for my other printer
Una pequeña camara con gran contenido que te permite controlar la impresora 3d en remoto y hacer time lapses sin dificultadad
Works very well but can be very hard to prevent stringing when using time-lapse mode when I want to move the print head out of the way. All in all very happy and definitely worth it!
bien fait et facile d'utilisation.
il est probable que j'en achète un deuxième .
Je L'adore Vraiment . enfin un accessoire qui me permet le controle a distance de mes créations et qui m'évite le gaspillage Jai bien hate au mise a jour du firmware en francais par contre
Thought I would test it with large print so I generated gcode on Prusa Slicer for upload to the camera. Prusa Slicer estimated the print time to be 3 days, 18 hours, and 23 minutes. We're coming up on that time now and the print is almost finished. The camera has been communicating perfectly with the printer and the print (of a full size human skull) looks great. However, for some reason unknown to me, the application stopped being able to access the camera on the 2nd day of the print. It just indicates that the camera is offline and I'm also unable to access it from the browser on my PC as well. So, I ended up installing a 2nd camera to monitor my print job. At least it's still printing though.
Also, oddly, I'm unable to get my phone and table signed into the app at the same time. I have to sign one out to be able to sign the other device in. This is absurd. I should be able to be simultaneously logged in from mutiple devices for monitoring and management of the camera. I ended up creating a new user account in the app and then sharing my camera with that new account in order to monitor the printer progress from my other device.
Lastly, while my Prusa Slicer application estimated the printer time at just over 3 days and 18 hours, the beagle camera was estimating roughly 2.5 hours. After 3 hours the camera indicated 00:00:00 print time remaining. Then, several hours after that the print time remaining had changed to 99:99:99 and was frozen there. The next time I checked (some hours later) the time was back to counting down from 99:99:99. Unfortunately the camera stopped responding to the app or web browser after that so I'm unable to update you as to the accuracy of the print time countdown anymore.
At this point I'll have to wait a few more hours for the print to complete before I can reboot the camera and find out if it continued recording a time lapse or not. Never had any problem with stringing on the "Clear Timelapse" setting during the whole print which is excellent, but then that's attributable to the printer rather than the camera, but nice to know that I can use that camera's feature without any issues with my Prusa i3 MK3S+