Hey guys! In this video, I am going to show you how to set up your Elegoo Saturn to print wirelessly via the network. If you’re wondering what this has to do with fishing, don’t worry because we will find out soon. Let’s dive in!
I just bought this Elegoo Saturn which has an ethernet cable port, so I assumed that I would be able to print through that route. Fortunately, I have an ethernet port in my garage shop, and the printing capabilities work decently for smaller models. Basically, this device will be able to copy the file from your computer to the attached USB hard drive and it is not overly sophisticated.
I had received some questions about a Raspberry Pi setup, but there is no such thing in regard to resin printers. There is a setup in which you can copy a file via the network, but it does not seem terribly efficient. I want to translate that experience to a WiFi network wireless printer, which led me to an Ethernet 2 WiFi product with a janky preparation period.
I followed the lengthy instructions, and the documentation is able to be followed, but after configuring my network I often ran into errors. WPS is functional, so push-button WPS works completely fine. The issue seemed to be related to the ethernet cable itself, or at least that’s what my personal issue was.
After messing around a bit I tried to print out a Squirtle model but continually had more problems. However, after numerous tries, it went through and I am now a proud Squirtle owner! I even tried out two more models with no issues whatsoever, but I think I will switch back to ethernet cables to be safe.
Netgear also makes a range extender that can be very helpful, but the cheaper option at only $48 is an IOGear Adapter. 3-D printing and DIY fishing is my weird combination that I love to work with, and I hope this helped you as well! As always, like and subscribe to my channel.