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We've compiled a list of 11 free and paid alternatives to SmoothieControl. The primary competitors include Cura, Slic3r. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between SmoothieControl and Repetier, CraftWare, Microsoft 3D Builder. Also you can look at other similar options here: System and Hardware Tools.


Cura
Free Open Source

Cura aims to be a end solution for personal 3D printing with RepRap based machines.

Slic3r
Free Open Source

STL-to-GCODE translator for RepRap printers Here comes Slic3r! Its features are: - speed

Repetier Host is an open-source 3D printer front-end.

CraftWare is a free, fast, easy-to-use slicer software that converts your digital 3D object into a...

Innovative software solutions for 3D printing and additive manufacturing.

IceSL
Free

IceSL aims at making our latest research in modeling and slicing available as quickly as possible...

SuperSkein
Free Open Source

SuperSkein is a first-order model slicer that runs in Processing.

ReplicatorG
Free Open Source

This is the software that will drive your MakerBot Replicator, Thing-O-Matic, CupCake CNC, RepRap...

KISSlicer is a fast, easy-to-use, cross-platform program that takes 3D files (STL) and generates...

SmoothieControl is an open source Android application for controlling SmoothieBoard based machine.

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SmoothieControl Overview

SmoothieControl is an open source Android application for controlling SmoothieBoard based machine. 3D printer, laser/plasma cutter, CNC, and the like.

SmoothieControl Features

tick-square Prototyping

SmoothieControl Platforms

Android

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SmoothieControl Categories

System and Hardware Tools

SmoothieControl Tags

smoothieboard reprap gcode stl 3d-printing

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