No Quinly is not compatible with Octoprint.
Currently, Quinly supports Ender 3’s (V2 and Pro included), as well as Ender 3 clones, such as Aquila.
Yes, but it will require some setup. You will need to set up remote access on a desktop computer that is on the same wifi network as Quinly.
We have had customers who have had success with using Klipper with Quinly, however, it is not trivial to set up. You may join our Discord server to learn more from our users who have had success.
The VAAPR bed is attached to the steel plate using an adhesive, which makes it quite permanent. You may alternatively purchase a separate bed and clip the VAAPR bed in.
We do! Check it out here: Quinly for Ender 3 Diy Bed Cooling Fan
You will receive your .stl files in your welcome email when your kit has been shipped.
You will need one Pi for each printer.
Yes, automated part removal works for parts as thin as 2mm.
The VAAPR bed is specially formulated to work with Quinly automation, so it does not come separately. If you would like something similar, we have the Polylock bed, it works great with a wide range of materials, it has stronger adhesion than VAAPR, and will require manual part removal. You can find out more here.
No the tilt does not affect the print quality.
The Beta Testing Program is for current users who want to try out our newest features before we release it to the general public. If you want to become part of the Beta Testing Program, you may reach out to our staff on our Discord community.
Yes, Pi 3 is supported.