Knowing NanoDLP folder structure could be useful for many cases such as
- Migrating your installation to new SD card.
- Recover corrupted SD card.
- Modify configuration manually.
Below you could find the basic folder structure after installation on Raspberry Pi and brief description of the each one.
│ ├── nanodlp.service
│ ├── nanodlp-wifi.txt
│ ├── printer.rotate
│ └── run.sh
├── printer / nanodlp
│ ├── alert.ogg
│ ├── css
│ │ ├── main.css
│ │ └── support.css
│ ├── favicon.ico
File: printer / nanodlp
This the main executable to run nanodlp. Also on linux desktop you may have file called run.sh that could be used to run nanodlp.
One of the way that you can check if the nanodlp installed correctly or not (on Pi) is to run command below:
This is the most important folder as it contains many json files which keep all of your NanoDLP configurations.
All static files that being served for users including theme files being served from here.
All plates that being added to NanoDLP to printer saved into this folder.
Include both theme HTML files and HELP files.
It is script that install NanoDLP on Raspberry Pi.
Default files for each distribution including manufacturer specific config and theme files.
File that indicate current installation manufacturer or customization name.
It includes basic OS config files for Raspberry Pi that being used by setup.sh
Script to expand file system on SD card.
Web Browser Based SLA 3D Printer Slicer
SLA 3D printer web browser based slicer rely on your browser resources to slice 3D files instead of Raspberry Pi (or other host SBCs)
NanoDLP Documentation Launched
NanoDLP documentation contains both get started guides for novice users and also more advanced guides for expert users.
Hope you become one of the contributors to the new docs.nanodlp.com.