AstroBox Gateway on Pi 3 without connecting to the internet

My goal is to have my printer (FlashForge Creator Pro) on my local LAN via WIFI and be able to upload x3g/control prints and monitor it via web cam from another location in my house. I do not want my printer connected to the internet.
Is this possible with AstroBox running on a Raspberry Pi 3?

I was looking a Octoprint but the GPX plugin needed to talk to the FFCP only accepts g-code and the slicers I have looked at will only put out x3g if I configure them for the FFCP.


Yes, you can do that. If you don’t log a cloud user into the box, it won’t try to connect to the internet.

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Thanks Daniel :sunglasses:
That’s my next project!