Internet Connection and Wi-Fi Configuration on the KP3S Pro V2 and KLP1 3D Printers

Kingron KP3S Pro V2 and KLP1 3D printer users can use two ways to access internet, either net or WIFI. This article will show you how to do that.

WIFI CONNECTION ON KP3S PRO V2

 

Connecting with ether net is simple and stable. Just plug the ether net cable in, turn on the printer then wait for the port lights up.

INTERNET CONNECTION ON KLP1

Once the light flashing, you can proceed the next step.

Making sure you have access to the router. Enter the router’s dashboard, find the printer’s IP address. It is usually in the DCHP list and named as “mkspi”.

FIND IP FROM ROUTER

 

Enter the IP address, then you can access the Klipper dashboard and use your printer.

FIND IP FROM ROUTER

 

As for the second way, you need to change the WIFI configuration to add your own information.

Or changing the current wifi signal or use your phone to open a personal hotpot as below:

ssid="MENSON-WIFI"

psk="makerbase318"

To change it, go to the USB content, open the “wpa_supplicant-wlan0.conf” file.

Then replace the “network” settings with your own one and save the file.

MODIFY WIFI

 

Move the file to your pen drive, connect it to your printer, then turn it on.

PUT WIFI CFG IN

 

MODIFY WIFI VIA USB DRIVE

 

Just wait for a while, your printer should be able to access your WIFI with wireless adapter. As long as the llights on the port is flashing, it is working. Just make sure the adapter you use is Driver-free and have enough rage to reach the router.

If this step failed, please check and see if the pen drive generates a file called ”ip.txt” . if yes, check your network settings and make sure everything is correct. And you should choose the 2.4G WIFI signal.

DISK WITH IP TXT

If not, please check the adapter, make sure is requires any USB driver. 

For the default wireless adapter on KLP1, you should keep it with in 5 meters from the router to get the best connection. And you should make sure there is nothing between the printer and router. Or you might need the ether net for stable connection.

 

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Comments

fu kingroon - enero 21, 2024

Unfortunately, prior to the revision, pro v2 requires a separate Wi-Fi USB. There is no built-in Wi-Fi. Basically, it only supports wired lines

Matt - agosto 8, 2023

I tried to follow this with the original V2 and it doesn’t work. I put wireless dongle (one that works with KLP1) in multiple slots and it doesn’t connect to “MENSOR-WIFI” nor does it read the wpa file (there was none on the USB drive. I added a file manually and it doesn’t work.

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