Hi @erclin . I’m sorry to hear that your Internet connection is down due to some damage to the fiber line, and understand you need to get an important print completed. The best workaround is trying a hotspot connection, which I see other users have suggested in this thread already.
If you’re able to access any smart device to create a temporary hotspot network, or access another Wi-Fi network you can keep the following in mind:
Make sure that you set it up to be a 2.4 GHz hotspot, since that is the frequency your Glowforge uses.
Once the Wi-Fi hotspot is broadcasting, follow these steps to connect to it:
- Turn on your Glowforge.
- Wait 30 seconds, and then hold down the button for ten seconds until it glows teal.
- Go to to setup.glowforge.com and then follow the steps to connect your Glowforge to Wi-Fi. When prompted to connect, , select the hotspot you created.
- Once Wi-Fi setup is complete, go to app.glowforge.com and try a few prints.
Hopefully the other user suggestions and the steps above can help you get this temporary workaround started for the print and let me know if you run into any trouble with the steps above. I’ll look forward to hearing any updates. Thank you.