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Starting a print

Printing with USB

When doing a print through connecting to a computer can be interrupted by computer failure or sleep mode, we strongly suggest to print via a USB stick.
  1. Plug a USB stick to your computer.
  2. Slice your 3D model in Repetier-Host, Cura, or other slicers of your choice.
  3. Save the print file (.gco / .gcode) to the USB stick.
  4. Eject the USB stick and remove it from your computer.
  5. Plug the USB stick in the Sidewinder X1.
  6. Navigate to Print and select the file you want to print.

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