About the wifi, if I set up the printer on a computer, and then try to connect to it with another one with wifi, I can't find it, it says no printer.
[quote][size=2][color=#999999]Arvi89 post at 2017-1-23 13:33[/color][/size]
About the wifi, if I set up the printer on a computer, and then try to connect to it with another on …[/quote]
I presume you've setup the printer on your wireless network following these instructions: https://www.cetus3d.com/wiki/doku.php#wi-fi_setup
You have to have your computer and the printer connected to the same SSID.
For example, I have "Home-2G" and "Home-5G".
The printer is on "Home-2G".
If my laptop is on "Home-5G", it can't find the printer.
So I put both the printer and laptop on "Home-2G".
I cannot find my printer because my PC is wired and the Cetus is on wireless. It would be nice if I could also connect by entering the IP address for the Cetus instead of relying on the search which isn't thorough enough. I can ping the Cetus from my PC but cannot see the Cetus from my PC in Cetus Studio.
[quote][size=2][color=#999999]Frankincell post at 2017-1-23 18:06[/color][/size]
I presume you've setup the printer on your wireless network following these instructions:  …[/quote]
Both my computers are on the same wifi. But the 2nd one is also wired to another network, maybe that's the issue, I'll try again this evening.
I'm using Win 10 and my network appeared and I was able to connect to it. However, when I tried to connect to the printer using wifi I would receive an error message saying the printer was not responding. I realized after reading some of the posts that it might have to do with my firewall settings. In a sense, this was the case. After a little investigation I discovered that my network was listed as public instead of private which would imply different firewall rules regarding connected wifi devices. I changed my wifi settings to indicate my network as private and I am able to connect and retain communication with my printer. Hope this helps.