An addon to run OctoPrint on the same device as Home Assistant.
Add-on to run OctoPrint, which is used for controlling 3D printers. Switching to Hass.io meant I lost OctoPrint, so here is an add-on to solve that. It includes CuraEngine slicer. Remember to read the notes below.
- Image size varies on architecture, approximately 216 MB image + 100 MB for additional system data.
- You may need to reload (F5) the page after installing a new plugin to OctoPrint, for it to appear after using the restart octoprint button.
- Startup is set to manual by default, you will need to change that if you want the add-on to start automatically.
I’ve tested this add-on on a Raspberry Pi 3B+ running Home Assistant (latest update: 0.112.2), with a USB-connected Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D printer. I’ve imported a STL file and tried the slicer, but haven’t tested to print the output file.
There have previously been three versions: standard,
slim. As of 4th of July 2020 I’ve marked
slim as deprecated, they use an older code which I no longer plan to work on.
One reason for this is a bug I introduced which causes broken backups. To fix that could lead to loosing data. In the latest standard version this should be resolved.