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3dprint_schedule [2020/02/15 17:12]
zwmm
3dprint_schedule [2020/02/19 13:16]
glassgiant
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 I am proposing a Google Form as a way to make our use of the Prusa printer fairer and more efficient. There are lots of advantages to the process below. I expect it will change from what I have envisioned, but we can come up with something which is a significant improvement. I am proposing a Google Form as a way to make our use of the Prusa printer fairer and more efficient. There are lots of advantages to the process below. I expect it will change from what I have envisioned, but we can come up with something which is a significant improvement.
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 +Discuss [[3d_print_submittal|here]].
  
 Here's how I see it working: Here's how I see it working:
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 Submitting a job means you agree to monitor it remotely. This means you will have to provide contact information in the "Your Name" field, in this Google Group, or somewhere where we are guaranteed someone is watching unattended jobs. It is the responsibility of the Print Owner to monitor a running job, not the Print Starter, unless the two of you have agreed otherwise. This likely means you have signed up for and configured Telegram to work with Octoprint. This is a bit of a grey area. If you think your print is low risk, overnight printing is acceptable. If you think it may fail, Note that is is higher risk and ask for supervised printing. I may add to the form: "Is your job safe for overnight?"​ Submitting a job means you agree to monitor it remotely. This means you will have to provide contact information in the "Your Name" field, in this Google Group, or somewhere where we are guaranteed someone is watching unattended jobs. It is the responsibility of the Print Owner to monitor a running job, not the Print Starter, unless the two of you have agreed otherwise. This likely means you have signed up for and configured Telegram to work with Octoprint. This is a bit of a grey area. If you think your print is low risk, overnight printing is acceptable. If you think it may fail, Note that is is higher risk and ask for supervised printing. I may add to the form: "Is your job safe for overnight?"​
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-The suggestion below never caught on. Too cumbersome. ​ 
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-Copy the first line, insert the copy and put your request after the blank template 
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-^Status ​      ^ Date Time        ^ Printer ​ ^ Description ​  ^Est Time ^ Material ​ ^ Amount ^ 
-|//​template//​ | //​template// ​    ​| ​         |               ​| ​        ​| ​          ​| ​       | 
-| Done        | 2019-01-16 18:00 | Bill     | anemometer hub| 1 hours | White PLA | 15 g  | 
-| Done        | 2018-12-01 19:00 | Bill     | Blower shroud try 2| 10 hours | Black PLA | 100 g  | 
-| Done failed | 2018-11-30 22:00 | Bill     | Blower shroud | 8 hours | Black PLA | 100 g  | 
3dprint_schedule.txt · Last modified: 2020/02/19 13:16 by glassgiant