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BotQueue open source 3d printer over web control software

Posted on Wednesday, June 19th, 2013 in 3D fabrication, code, open source, software by the machinegeek

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Developer Zach Hoeken and his friends at BotQueue have released the code for their software which allows 3D printer conrol over the internet. They call it BotQueue.

BotQueue lets you control multiple 3D printers through the Internet and turn them into your own manufacturing center. Think cloud-based computing, but for making things in the real world. Now you can build the robot army you’ve always dreamed of! Oh yeah, and its 100% open source because that’s how I roll.

Project details, code downloads and more information can be found at Hoektronics.

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