OctoPrint in the news (ongoing thread)


Feel free to post mentions to octoprint here. A big example is the MagPi article:



Coverage of the OctoRemote that is on Kickstarter:


Hackaday: evaluating Pi performance for slicing:


Hackaday: Reviewing three options for remotely controlling your OctoPrint-based printer:


@FormerLurker's octolapse:


Hackaday, again:


A couple weeks ago Tom Sanladerer visited and did an interview with me in my home office.



Nice to hear another pronunciation of your last name :slight_smile: Watching now.


Maybe I should start saying at the start of every OctoPrint On Air :wink:


I hear you say it all the time :slight_smile:

Also, that's a great picture of you looking relaxed in the thumbnail vid.


What a great interview!

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Not really news, but a mention of OctoPrint in a Yet Another 3D Printer Kickstarter(tm). It's given in first-person:

But I can also work thanks to the software Cura of origin I am even compatible with Octoprint (an add on is even in preparation for that but silence is a secret ...)

Wow! A plugin!


I was going to say "wow, a sentient printer".


A Raspberry Pi enclosure, Desk or all mount . Compact / sturdy
With an " Octopi " lid Just posted on thingiverise. Worth looking at.

Link in youtube Label to this thing.


Not sure if it counts as news, but here's the actual link: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3434542



February Maker Monday: Where's the Raspberry PI?

February 11, 2019

Salivate all you want, but we're not talking about tasty pastries. This month's feature presenter, Jim Kennedy, has explored the applications of Octoprint software on the Raspberry Pi. A Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that can be used for a wide range of maker projects. Octoprint software allows you to use the Raspberry PI to remotely perform and monitor all aspects of your 3-D Printer. Jim will provide a demonstration on his 3-D Printer and discuss our plans for an upcoming workshop.