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Network 3D Printing with Windows 10 IoT Core!

You can now have a wider range of 3D printer access across your network:

#IoT

  • The solution also creates a pathway for 3D printer manufacturers to utilize Windows 10 IoT Core and the Network 3D Printer app directly within their devices to add Windows-compatible network and other future features.
  • Click on the the underlined text that says “set up your Windows 10 IoT Core powered device for network 3D printing.”
  • We are excited to work with our ecosystem partners and users to grow the list of supported printers!
  • Sorry, but I don’t see a link to download and try the app “Network 3D Printer”.
  • Today, we have added a new Windows 10 IoT Core sample app, “Network 3D Printer” that adds support for an even wider range of 3D printers and allows you to access them over your network.

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@msdev: “You can now have a wider range of 3D printer access across your network:

#IoT”


Since Windows 8.1, Microsoft has been providing native support for 3D printers with most popular printers already enabled via USB plug and play (see this full list of supported printers).


Network 3D Printing with Windows 10 IoT Core!

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