In this grand update the Sculpto web, iOS and Android app will be updated together with the Sculpto servers. This update will result in a faster and more stable experience when controlling the Sculpto 3D printer.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE UPDATE:
At 23:59 (Central European Time) while we activate the new server and send updates to all printers you might experience that the Android app will be temporarily down for a few hours while the iOS app will be down for up to 24 hours. The Sculpto web app will only be ineffective for a few minutes and can be used from almost all devices in the period where the iOS and Android app is down. The Sculpto web app is opened via your web browser (Chrome and Firefox are recommended) – type app.sculpto.dk and be directed to the web app. Login with your usual login information’s. Notice the web app cannot be used for setting up printers or printing the featured Sculpto models from Thingiverse. You can click on the drawing of the printer to open ‘upload own stl’ and other features.
DO NOT TURN OFF THE PRINTER OR THE INTERNET WHILE THE PRINTER IS UPDATING – The printer will be flashing purple when it is updating.
When you open the Sculpto app you will be asked to install the new printer update. After that you need to download the newest iOS or Android app when they are available on Google Play and App Store. The web app is available a few minutes after the update have been sent.
New features and changes
– The registration process has has been changed in order to make a better connection to the printer
– Color confirmation will be smoother
– New updates will be available instantly in the app
– More frequent temperature updates
– Heating while loading a model
– Faster response time
If you experience problems then please contact us via email@example.com – to let us now about the issue. We will try to fix it as soon as possible.
White – The printer is online and ready to recive tasks
Orange – The printer is heating
Blue – The printer is busy
Purple – The printer is updating
Flashing red – failure