How to add Wifi, a Camera, and an APP to your 3D Printer



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The Mintion Beagle Camera is an all-in-one device that adds a wifi connection and remotely accessible camera to any Marlin-based 3d printer. In this review, I walk through the installation and use of this new product. While similar to the Creality wifi box and Octoprint this implementation is quite different.

Learn more about the Beagle Camera at:

https://www.mintion.net/

Buy the camera at:

https://www.3dprinteraccessories.shop/products/mintion-beagleprint-beagle-camera

00:00 Introduction
03:02 Timelapse Demonstration
04:10 What is included with the Mintion Beagle Camera
05:54 Internet Security
06:43 Mintion Beagle Camera Installation
12:05 Connecting to a 3d Printer
13:40 BeaglePrint Mobile APP
15:21 Beagle Camera Browser Interface
20:23 Disadvantages of Timelaspe Applications
24:00 Summary

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