In this article, we will be introducing the following functions:
- How to connect your 3D printer to Phrozen OS Interface?
- How to upload new files to Phrozen OS Interface?
- How to add new resins on Phrozen OS Interface
- What settings can you adjust on your printer’s touch panel?
How to Connect Your Printer to Phrozen OS?
Step 1: Select WIFI on the touch panel.
Step 2: Select the WiFi you would like to connect to. Please make sure your computer is connected to the same WiFi as your printer.
Step 3: Once the printer has successfully connected to your WiFi, you will see the IP address appear on the top of the touch panel.
Step 4: Open Google Chrome and type in the IP address as shown on the resin 3D printer.
Step 5: Voila! You have now successfully entered Phrozen OS Interface!
How to Upload New Files to Phrozen OS?
Step 1: Once you have entered Phrozen OS Interface, click PLATE on the top right corner of the page, then select the file from your computer and upload it to the printer.
In addition to uploading files on Phrozen OS Interface, we also recommend uploading new files via USB to your printer.
Step 2: On the same page, you will see the files that you have previously uploaded. You may print it again, modify the resin profile, or delete the files.
How to Add New Resins on Phrozen OS?
After setting supports and slicing the print in the slicing software, you may wish to modify a few settings on Phrozen OS Interface before you start printing. Please click on PROFILE on the top right corner of the page.
If you need to modify or add new resins to the resin profile, you will need to change the settings on Phrozen OS Interface as the printer will not be able to read the settings on the slicers, except for the layer height.
Please see the steps below to learn how to add new resins to the profile:
Step 1: Type in the resin name.
Step 2: Set the thickness (layer height). Please make sure the layer height is the same as it is in the slicing software.
Step 3: Set the down speed.
Step 4: Set the rest time.
Step 5: Set the burn layer count at 6~10
Step 6: Set the burn layer exposure time
Step 7: Set the burn layer lifting height
Step 8: Set the burn layer up speed
Step 9: Set the normal layer exposure time
Step 10: Set the normal layer lifting height
Step 11: Set the normal layer up speed
Step 12: Click ADD then your printer will now remember this resin profile!
We recommend referring to the official Phrozen Resin Profile for more information. You can find it here
What Settings Can You Adjust on Your Printer's Touch Panel?
- Burn layer exposure time (ms)
- Burn layer count
- Normal layer exposure time (ms)
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