Karmen3D is a third party service developed and provided by Fragaria. To oppearte with MK3/MK4 it requires an additional hardware like Karmen Pill (plug-and-play solutions) or a regular Raspberry Pi with preinstalled Octoprint or Klipper OS. Karmen service is cloud based and allows you managing your printers remotely. Registration and usage is currently free of charge.
Karmen3D: Revolutionizing 3D Printing Management
Karmen is an innovative cloud-based workspace that facilitates the remote control and management of your 3D printers. It boasts a range of advanced features, including automatic fail detection, rendered G-code previews, timelapse videos, and various other functions designed specifically for 3D printers. With Karmen, there's no need for SD cards or offline file transfers - everything can be accessed and controlled online from anywhere.
- Printer control from a single interface: Manage and monitor one or more 3D printers from a single application.
- G-codes management: Cloud storage for print files with the ability to search and sort into folders.
- Live video: Watch your print in progress and stop the printer if something goes wrong.
- Time-lapse: Karmen makes a record of the print for review and sharing with others.
- Teamwork: Share your 3D printers and print files with friends, students and colleagues.
- Upload G-codes from any slicer: Send print jobs from your slicer (Slic3r, PrusaSlicer, Cura) straight to Karmen.
- History: Keep track of who printed what and when.
- Automatic Error Detection: Karmen features artificial intelligence that diligently monitors the printing process via webcam.
- G-code previews: This function enables you to find the correct print job and preview the final print, identifying errors like missing support structures.
The Karmen service is currently free of charge.
Once your account and workspace are set up in the Karmen cloud application, the next step is to connect your 3D printer. Whether you have one, two, or more, it's entirely up to you.
How to Connect Your Printer:
Karmen enables you to queue and run G-codes in a print queue. If you have a JobOx bed-exchange system, the entire process becomes a breeze. For detailed information, read this documentation and follow a forum.