AI-based failure detection for 3D printer remote management and monitoring. (by TheSpaghettiDetective)

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  • Trying to save a batch print, wish me luck boys. Came loose when i was able to spot it. | 2021-10-05
    That would be pretty neat. You could probably use what The Spaghetti Detective has already come up with as a base to work off of.
  • This was not an ideal sight when I walked into work this morning :) Started the 90 hour print Friday
    You can find instructions on how to install it on their GitHub repository.
  • Is Spaghetti Detective worth it?
  • Wake up this morning and see this on my 3D printer (I use octoprint and now I’m scared)
    Without running a full postmortem, it can be difficult to identify shortcomings, but based on PR#480, an example of systemic improvements that could be made are unit testing, alerting on anomalous values, using pre-built libraries to extract the IP instead of string parsing, specific code review standards for new feature shipment, etc etc. Incidents are used to identify gaps in the system that allowed them.
  • Burned up hot end...again.
    Attach a camera, hook it up to Octoprint, and set up the spaghetti detective plugin to automatically stop your print if it fails.
  • Love coming home to see a beautiful print almost completed.
  • I want pictures of your failed prints!
    If you want community support, I recommend you turn this into more of a community project. This route doesn't necessarily preclude you from turning this into something commercial if that's a goal or hangup. Consider for example TSD, whose code is fully open source and even make available a public dataset if you want to train your own TSD classifier, while still offering a very successful commercial product.
  • Come back from a hard days work to be disappointed... | 2021-05-20
  • Spaghetti Detective hijacked my webcam! | 2021-04-13
    It does indeed run the same as long as it has the right resources. You can find more info here:
  • This is a really good looking G17 | 2021-04-03
  • Heartbreaking to wake up to. RIP Mando
  • Whoever thought of using a boroscope as a nozzle cam is a freaking GENIUS | 2021-03-11
    The instructions on how to run it are in the repo here:
  • Love coming home to a finished print | 2021-03-08
  • Think I’ve gotten pretty good at printing hair 👍 | 2021-03-06


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