OpenGB 3D Printing Application
OpenGB is an Open Source 3D printer control interface. It was developed in conjunction with re:3D as part of the Open Gigabot® Kickstarter project, but was designed to work on a variety of Open Source 3D printers.
Cross-platform 3D printer control interface, with remote management
We built a minimal UI design and API, agile enough to be supported across various platforms such as mobile, Raspberry Pi, and desktop. Using the latest technology, we moved the project from a simple R&D concept to product development with superusers. The program was designed looking towards the future — to translate for other 3D printers, utilize alternative hardware, and invite contributions back to its codebase.
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