The Creality Cloud You Need to Know
When you buy a 3D printer, your first thought is where I can download the 3D model.Now I will show you how to get a 3D model.
The Creality Cloud mobile app allows you to find, slice, and share 3D models. You can even connect to other hardware.
The new Creality Cloud mobile application is a platform with remote control functions. One of its main uses is to work with Creality Wi-Fi Box. It enables you to control the printer through the local network.
Download & Installation
Downloading the Creality Cloud app is super easy, though it's only available for mobile devices (phones or tablets) on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. It shouldn't take long to download, and once you have it, setup is speedy: Simply open the app and either sign up or log in via a Facebook or Apple account.
Once you’ve set up an account, you can adjust your nickname in the username section in the bottom tab labeled “Me”. Here, you can also create a user bio and add your birthday, along with other details. After saving your account data, you’re ready to get printing.
UI & Layout
Creality’s app has a pretty smooth UI with well-organized tabs to divide features into categories. The layout makes it easy to access the different portions and features, like the slicer, model repository, and Wi-Fi control.
Another notable aspect of the UI is that some of the buttons have animations that play when you click them. These small elements, like the animations or the mini-instructions when you first open the app.
Features & Functions
Creality’s slicer is surprisingly robust for a mobile option, allowing you to adjust basic settings (infill density, pattern, layer height, walls, orientation, scale) and more. As their slicer is “powered by Cura“, the most popular 3D printing slicer, the in-app slicer has most of the same settings as older versions of Cura. Creality's model slicing speed is very fast, even on ordinary mobile devices.
Social Design Repository
Another main function of the Creality Cloud application is the model library. It has a social media vibe. You can publish, like, share and bookmark models and follow designers. You can send messages to people, join community groups, and even participate in Creality’s public design competition.
Last but not least, if you have a Creality Wi-Fi box, Creality Cloud can act as the printer's control center. The Wi-Fi box is similar to OctoPrint because it allows you to remotely control your printer through the local network. You can set the temperature, send printouts, and perform other operations through this interface. If you have a Creality 3D Viewer camera, you can connect the camera to the Wi-Fi Box and monitor your printer remotely via your mobile phone.
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