Prior to follow this solution, create an account at www.astroprint.com!
The Wolfbox is the Wi-Fi board that will give you control of the printer, and how you will start print files over Wi-Fi. It will be attached to the astroprint.com account you created to allow access and use of your stored .STL files and G-code. This board is included on the HDR printer model. For all other models the Wolfbox can be purchased on our Website. This process is for your first use of the Wolfbox. If you need to reset your Wolfbox in order to follow these instructions, please see WolfBox - Enable Hot Spot.
Printer on or Wolfbox plugged in. A surge protector is highly recommended!
1) Connect to the printer’s hot spot for initial setup (Wi-Fi).
- For an HDR printer, the hot spot will be labelled "HDR..." followed by your printer’s serial number.
- For a Wolfbox addon, the hot spot will be labelled "Wolfbox".
- This hot spot is temporary and will be shut off at the end of setup.
2) Open a Google Chrome Browser window and type “10.10.0.1”. This will take you to the Airwolf 3D Printer setup page.
3) Click “Begin Setup”.
4) Change Airwolf Printer Name to your serial number, then click “Internet Setup”.
You can find this number located on the back panel of your printer etched into the acrylic (excludes XL and v5 models).
5) Select the Wi-Fi network you wish to connect your printer to and click “Connect”. If your network has a password, you will need to type this in and click “Connect” again.
6) Success! Click on “Astroprint Account” to connect the printer to the Astroprint.com account you previously created.
7) Type in your email address and password for your Astroprint account, then click “Printer Connection”.
8) Check that the printer’s USB cable is connected to both the RAMBo board (USB) and the Wolfbox (Wi-Fi). Click “Continue”.
9) Verify the Baud Rate is set to 250000 and click “Connect”.
9) You’re Done! Feel free to Share or Tweet or click “Start Printing!”
Please open a Tech Ticket if you have any questions or need assistance with this process.