Just had it happen a second time.
I started the print while I was home. Uploaded the Gcode into the Astrobox and started it while on the local connection and from the astrobox connection, not the cloud connection. Print started fine. I left the house about an hour later, and once I got to work opened a web browser and clicked Monitor. It stated the astrobox was online, but the printer was not ready. I clicked camera/controls, and over on the right It stated no printer connected. I think this is my problem and what caused the stop; I clicked “connect to printer” and then it worked and upon pulling up the camera, the print had stopped, the temps were listed with a target of zero, but the current temps were only just starting to drop.
So I because the cloud service thought I wasn’t running a print/ printer no connected, once I clicked connect, it overwrote the job and jut sent zero commands?
I had this happen once before, and had my girlfriend clear the print bed and I started the print again. When I went to review the capture, which I started the first time but not the second, It recorded both prints, the partial and the completed. Like it thought it was one job.
So what happened? Is it because I started the print from the astrobox itself rather than the cloud but then went to view it from the cloud?
I am printing on a Monoprice Maker Select v2.1, using an astrobox based on a Raspberry Pi3 and using a logitech c920 webcam.