I am currently printing by exporting tool paths from Simplify3D to the Robo provided USB stick and then printing off of that. I am finding that the R2 is seemingly randomly stopping mid print. I have not been around the printer when it actually stops but I usually come back to the printer with the following conditions: All axis are just stopped. The nozzle is right on top of the part, in other-words no axis has homed it would literally be like if you were printing and pulled the power cord. Dead stop. The R2 screen will just be on the screen that is first seen after booting up (Not the Red robo logo, the "home screen" basically). No notifications, heats off. I'm positive this isn't something coming from the slicer as I have been trying to print the same part and the failure occurs at random layer heights. I'm familiar with how you can intentionally stop at a certain layer height in S3D but this functionality is not activated within this part. Any ideas? I think I will put a camera on it but would like to have something to try if anyone can think of anything. I'm not sure if this is related but when I first got the printer the pi board was not powering on with the power switch. I jiggled the micro USB power wire that runs to the pi and this got it to turn on. I am unable to get the device to intentionally power off via jiggling. Did I inadvertently jiggle something else that may be loose that could lead to complete power loss mid print that I should check?