How To Connecting MakerBot Mobile on MakerBot Replication Mini

From MakerBot Replication Mini you get a decent set of connection choices. You can print from a computer over a USB or Wi-Fi connection, as well as over Wi-Fi from an iOS or Android phone or tabloid with the MakerBot Mobile app installed. This app is the mobile equivalent of MakerBot Desktop, and I used it to print one of our test objects, which I downloaded from Thingiverse. MakerBot's repository of hundreds of thousands of user-created 3D object files. You can use the app to see the print in progress, or take a snapshot of it, as the Replicator Mini has an onboard camera looking down into the build area from the printer's front right corner.
Connecting MakerBot Mobile

A second MakerBot app, PrintShop, lets you create and modify objects from onscreen templates, such as a bracelet, a ring, a vase, a medal, or a block of text. A special function, Shape Maker, lets you photograph a 2D drawing with your iPad, convert it into 3D, and print it out.

How To Connecting MakerBot Mobile to MakerBot Replication Mini

Connecting MakerBot MobileFree MakerBot Mobile gives you the power to monitor and control your Fifth Generation MakerBot Replicator Mini 3D Printer and access all things MakerBot from your mobile device.

MakerBot Mobile is a free app that allows you to monitor and control your MakerBot Replicator Mini from your smartphone. With MakerBot Mobile you can:
  • Start, pause, and cancel prints
  • Initiate filament changes
  • Receive notifications about your prints, such as print completion,
    any errors that may occur, and more
  • Visually monitor your prints via the onboard camera
In order to print from MakerBot Mobile you must connect the app to your MakerBot 3D printer.
Make sure that your mobile device and MakerBot 3D printer are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. How To Connecting MakerBot Mobile following step :
  1. Open MakerBot Mobile,
  2. Then tap the menu icon and select Printers. On Android, you can tap the printer icon in the top right corner instead.
  3. Tap on your device in the list that appears. 
  4. You can also search for your MakerBot 3D printer by tapping Connect Manually to IP Address.
If you do not know your 3D printer’s IP address, tap Not seeing your printer? at the top of the printer list for instructions. Befor printing you MakerBot Replication Mini wireless setup connection Firs.
Confirm your network connection by pressing the control panel dial on a MakerBot Replicator or MakerBot Replicator Z18, or the Action Button on a MakerBot Replicator Mini.

If you are connected to more than one device, your most recently connected device will be shown in the list of available printers as your “Default Printer.” To set a different MakerBot 3D printer as the default, tap to select the 3D printer you want and then tap Use This Printer. To disconnect a printer, swipe left on the printer name in the list and tap Delete.

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