I just ordered a TAZ6. One thing that I wanted to do was utilize the headless feature of the printer and execute prints without a PC running and tethered via USB.
I looked at the Raspberry Pi option, which seemed nice and I may still peruse (my Raspberry Pi 3 has built in WiFi!!), but also discovered a neat workaround that makes my goals so much simpler. Wi-Fi SD Card! Toshiba makes a 16GB unit that can be had for $35 on Amazon, which also allows for network mapping allowing a user to send gcode files directly to the card. I figured that I could load up Cura, define a print, send the resulting gcode to the Wi-Fi SD Card, and go over to the printer and execute it.
Has anyone had any experience with these devices with the Taz printers?
I was also wondering if there any advantage/disadvantage to running the internal gcode interpreter firmware in the Taz (is this Merlin?), vs running something like Octopi from a Raspberry Pi?