You can also access the camera via a web interface while it's printing at :8080/stream.html but the quality is pretty poor. Good enough to see if your print has gone completely haywire but not much more.
The printer works straight out of the box with no tedious calibration. It can print a various amount of complex prints with ease. It's on board memory is enough to hold a small library of prints. The build plate adheres prints exceptionally well, making it removable was a brilliant idea in order to easy remove prints (it is very handy). The touch screen interface is clean and straight forward with minimal learning curve. Loading and changing filament is the easiest experience I've ever had on any 3D printer, it was so easy I felt uneasy the first time if I had done it correctly. The filament wheel only fits a 0.5k spool, so a 1kg spool will have to sit outside with the cover off. Suggested first print should be a spool holder. The filament it comes with is excellent and look great. The software Monoprice provides with this printer is also superb. I was expecting subpar but I was very wrong. The software is easy to understand, it can provide a basic interface for novice users but it also has an advanced mode for those users that want to control every aspect of their print. Using the Monoprice software to remotely send a print is amazingly easy and robust. My only downside has been that I cant figure out how to stream the camera and that the over the air update constantly fails. But other than those little things for the price this printer is well worth it for anyone looking to print some amazing models.
Printer and printed objects with original filament.