Hi All There is a lot in my mind that I want to share but I will try to keep the first post brief to get as many people to read as possible. I will elaborate on my thoughts and progress in future posts hopefully not far apart. I once mentioned briefly that I was intending on making some sort of detection mechanism for printing artifacts, I had a few hurdles to pass before I was able to get things started, the first one was a way to take Images synchronously with layer changes with out having to rely on OctoPrint (I have no gripe with Octoprint I just wanted the solution to not have many parts.I am sure once this is done some one will create a plugin for octoprint) So my solution for Image capture was a script that communicates with Duet through telnet, and a small gcode on layer changes to issue the capture command. At first I was ruining the script on a Linux Virtual machine, and the camera was an esp32-cam module fixed on the printer I since moved away from that for the same reason less parts, so currently the script and the camera are running on a pi zero w. Next Hurdle was the data to train the AI for detection of printing defects, I don't have many of that and I am hoping the community comes to my help here by sharing pictures of failed and successful prints on the printer bed I could not figure out a way to have those images collected in an easy manner so far (If you have ideas please do share them, file sharing websites are not ideal as the mechanism those websites deploy prohibits public uploads for security reasons. Thought of GitHub but it is not the most user friendly interface out there). So I Generated a fake data-set to test out the feasibility of the idea and it is going great so far but that brings me to the next hurdle. The hardware to implement this AI on, the Pi Zero W is not the fastest and to be honest it barley functions as a WiFi camera, So my next step is to try this on an Nvidia Jetson nano, Ordered the SBC and waiting for it to arrive. So if you want to help please share your feed back questions and comments and your 3d printing pictures of course.