Please refer to the graph below to find out how to connect your resin 3D printer: via USB Connection, Ethernet Connection, or WiFi Connection.
After confirming the availability of connection methods for your printer or unsure of the difference of each connecting method. Please check the following section for connection instructions.
Upload a 3D printing file directly from your USB. Then use the touch panel on your resin 3D printer to operate the system.
Purchase a router and connect its LAN to your 3D printer using a gray internet cable. The printer will then show you an IP address. Type it onto a web browser (we recommend using Google Chrome) and your LAN will be good to go. For a more detailed guide on connecting your printer via ethernet, please refer to this post.
Use your USB WiFi to connect your printer to your current WiFi environment. You can then use any of your devices (including your laptop or smartphone) in the same WiFi environment to connect to the 3D printer.
1. When saving your file, make sure to name your file using letters from the English alphabet.
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