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KiriMoto

Developed by stewartallen

Kiri:Moto is an integrated cloud-based slicer and tool-path generator for 3D Printing, CAM / CNC and Laser cutting. *** 3D printing mode provides model slicing and GCode output using built-in and customizable profiles for many types of 3D printers. A high degree of control over slicing parameters coupled with a powerful print preview capability ensures that you get the most out of your 3D printer. *** CAM mode provides 2.5-axis tool path generation for facing, roughing, profiling and finishing (waterline, linear-x and linear-y). Fine-grained controls give you the ability to optimize your tool use and tool paths. A preview capability lets you check tool paths with the ability to step through individual z levels. The application also provides a customizable tool library and customizable GCode post processors. *** Laser mode will intelligently slice a 3D model and layout the cross sections for export to DXF or SVG. *** Kiri-e is the Japanese art of papercutting

Platform: Thing

Requires at least one of these types of files: STL

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need to rotate at least 5 degrees increments, not just 90° or 10°, otherwise it is impossible to achieve 45° rotation. Better even would be to allow arbitrary angles or simulate gravity to let it fall flat once it is rotated enough.

select any object (it will turn green). then SHIFT-R and a dialog will allow you to enter arbitrary X, Y, Z rotations

how does it save slicing settings?

settings are saved in your browser's localstorage

darn, I was hoping it was linked to accounts, it would be nice to log on anywhere and slice and print anywhere using this and octoprint. I wonder if they plan on giving developers any storage. I don't know how good the api is but, you could probably use private things to save print settings. Either using the description, a config file in the download section, or maybe even stl files writing and creating a binary(or other bases) converter, representing 1 and 0s with different triangles.

Another thing you could do is an octoprint plugin that uses setting saved on the octoprint server.

I'm planning to add accounts so that settings persist across devices and sites (thingiverse, onshape, grid.space). Storage isn't the problem. It's just a matter of time. This is a one-man effort at the moment.

Kiri:Moto already spools to octoprint and astroprint (from the export/print dialog)

I've spent that last one or two months working on a chat program using sockets in java, I understand how slow the development cycle can be.

I saw the octoprint gcode upload, that's the reason I'm interested. I was saying the octoprint server would be a good location to save the config files.

I'll see what I can do next week with server-sync and persisting settings across devices / sites.

Modifying MY things ?
access to MY information ???

Kiri:Moto does not modify your things and it does not access your information. It uses only publicly accessible data about your Thing models.

we need a pcb creating tool with CNC!