I recently turned on the time-lapse feature of my Octopi Octoprint server just to see how it went. Below is the video showing you printing these two objects on my Creality Ender 3 3D Printer. There’s a Kiwi bird pen holder and one part of the Hero Me fan cover.
One of the best ways to test out your printer is to do a Micro All-in-one test print. It makes your printer print overhangs up to 80 degrees along with bridge printing, stringing test, sharp-corner test, tolerence and scale tests.
I’ve been annoyed for the last week as my Ender 3 was not printing anything. It’d worked so well for a while, then all of a sudden no filament would come out.. or just a little bit would dribble out. I cleaned the nozzle two dozen times and cleared any clogged bits, cut off the filament end and jammed it hard into the hot end, but to no avail.
I finally have webstreaming working with my Octopi/Octoprint server and I can watch the stream of my Creality Ender 3 3D printer.