As many of you know microsnot introduced some 3d printing support from win8 and kinda "improved it" with windows 10. I personally never tried it as I don't use win10 a lot but I'm interested to try it out.. now I don't have any printer from the supported list but I see for e.g. Prusa I3 MK2 is supported and afaik it uses standard marlin so this windows 3d printing support should be able to talk standard G-Code. Also I see there's network support with rpi so again, it should be able to talk with a printer trough network... a lot of "shoulds" and "mights" in this story .. so here comes the question
- anyone have any experience with win10 + 3d printing (native support, not running regular slicers and sending files to octoprint or printer directly, but using those widows tools)
- anyone have a clue how to make win10 3d printing system see octoprint as a 3d printer?
- any plugin ?
- any other ideas wrt this?
There's not a real need for this, I am very happy with my toolchains as they are now and my workflow as it is now, I'm just interested in what microsnot did and if it might be useful in any way (especially as there are some sw's I have on the win10 box that might be interesting to utilize, like solidworks for example that is supposed to be able to slice and print an object but only on win10)