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  1. The following guide is valid only for the Einsy-case with the removable back part. See the picture.
    • The following guide is valid only for the Einsy-case with the removable back part. See the picture.

  2. Make sure the printer is turned off and unplugged!
    • Make sure the printer is turned off and unplugged!

    • Prepare a knife with a sharp tip. Best is to use a carpenter/utility knife.

    • Carefully cut all the indicated plastic parts and remove the cut-out part. During cutting the case, MAKE SURE you WON'T CUT the Einsy board!!!

  3. Clean the surroundings for any remaining sharp plastic parts. Insert the Raspberry Pi Zero W, don't forget to add the spacing frame and the MicroSD card ;) Use the cover to create a protection for the RPi Zero W.
    • Clean the surroundings for any remaining sharp plastic parts.

    • Insert the Raspberry Pi Zero W, don't forget to add the spacing frame and the MicroSD card ;)

    • Use the cover to create a protection for the RPi Zero W.

  4. Plug the printer and turn it on. Go to the Settings menu and turn ON the RPi port. Return to the printer's home screen. Now, wait for a few minutes. The RPi isn't a superfast computer and it needs time to boot. Then open the browser and try opening a website: octopi.local
    • Plug the printer and turn it on.

    • Go to the Settings menu and turn ON the RPi port. Return to the printer's home screen.

    • Now, wait for a few minutes. The RPi isn't a superfast computer and it needs time to boot. Then open the browser and try opening a website: octopi.local

    • If octopi.local doesn't work, please use the following steps:

    • Check your router for new IP address or wait until the address is displayed on the printer's screen.

    • As soon as you have the IP, open browser on your PC and insert it. If the PrusaPrint webpage loads, you can continue.

    • Set up the PrusaPrint and start printing! We are done, enjoy your printer ;)

    • Having troubles running the PrusaPrint? Basic troubleshooting is in the next step.

  5. OctoPrint provided by Prusa Research is tested and is confirmed to be booting correctly. If you can't access the web interface, check the following: Is the RPi port enabled on your printer?
    • OctoPrint provided by Prusa Research is tested and is confirmed to be booting correctly. If you can't access the web interface, check the following:

    • Is the RPi port enabled on your printer?

    • Did you enter correct Wi-Fi name (SSID) and password?

    • Is the RPi Zero W correctly plugged in the EINSY RAMBo board?

    • Are you connected to the same Wi-Fi network?

    • In case all hints above didn't help, please visit our forums.

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Jakub Dolezal

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We need a Prusa MK3S Profile - actually a profile for octoprint for every prusa. Or at least the standard values so we can enter them in octoprint.

David - Reply

Hi David, some parametres can be found here: https://github.com/prusa3d/OctoPi I will talk to the devs, whether we can create custom profiles for each printer.

Jakub Dolezal -

Hello,

Indeed, we would need profiles for MK3S MMU2S :-)

THanks for the tuto, worked perfectly.

Jérémie Delhaxhe - Reply

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