Everything in one place
SimplyPrint brings all the things you need for 3D printing into one place.
Get started in 10 minutes
Our easy and user friendly setup guide gets you started in no time.
on Raspberry Pi
Connect your printer
Start your first print
Don't just take our word for it
And that was just the beginning
Designed for ease of use, elegance and a better 3D printing experience
Start prints anywhere
Start prints on any of your printers from anywhere in the world - from any deviceLearn more
Start the same print on several different machines, at once
Keep track of your print succesrate and printing habits in the statistics panelLearn more
Cloud file storage
Store and access all your 3D printing related files in SimplyPrint for later use
Filament change assistant
Have your printer heat up and pull out the filament for you while you find and prepare the next spool
Printer control panel
Take full control over your printer with the fully featured control panel - monitor and control your printer wirelessly from any deviceLearn more
Put prints in the queue, and keep track of how many times files have been printed, and how many you still need to print
Built in slicer
Prepare all your prints directly in SimplyPrint with the fully featured inbuilt slicerLearn more
Easily keep track of all your spools of filament, complete with usage tracking on all your spools so that you never run out of filament before the print is done
Bed Leveling Assistant
Easily dial in the leveling on your printer with the bed leveling assistant
Find the solution for you
Anyone can 3D print - on any device
Nothing needs to be downloaded, and SimplyPrint can be used on all devices - including Chromebooks.
The platform makes it easy for everyone to print, without the spirit of 3D print disappearing.Learn more about SimplyPrint for schools
Teacher at NEXT Copenhagen
SimplyPrint elevated 3D printing at our school from hobby facility to learning environment
Frequently asked questions
Which printers work with SimplyPrint?
Check out the compatibility list to see if your printer(s) are on the list of known supported printers. If your printer isn't on the list; fear not, we might just not know about it.
Is it secure?
Furthermore, our servers are hosted with providers known for being some of the best secured on the market, we use bank-grade encryption for your sensitive data and of course the maximum security possible when it comes to accessing our servers and databases.
It's our job to ensure your printer is safe, and it's a job we take very seriously.
Does my print stop if the internet connection is lost?
Can I still print through USB or OctoPrint, Mainsail, Fluidd, and use my own slicer?
You can also still keep using whichever slicer you prefer - you're not forced to use the SimplyPrint slicer (even though you'll be missing out! ;))
This also means, even if SimplyPrint goes down (which is very unlikely, we have a 99.99% uptime), you will still be able to interact with your printer in the old fashioned way.
Can I run multiple printers from one Raspberry Pi?
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About our company
SimplyPrint was founded in January 2020, but the idea for SimplyPrint, as well as the first functional version, dates back to our time as students in 2017.
We kept bumping into the same problem; no one knew how to use the school's four 3D printers - there was simply too much to get acquainted with, too many different programs, the fumble with SD cards - it was all just too cumbersome.
We tried a million different things, like OctoPrint for each printer, existing cloud solutions for management of multiple printers, but nothing seemed to solve the underlying issue; 3D printers weren't simple to use and it was too easy to mess up.
So, in 2017 we started, for fun, to code an interface that let the students and teachers easily start prints, and it was a big success; the 3D printers suddenly didn't just gather dust anymore, and everyone had the time and ability to use them. With the local in-school success of the software, we shared some pictures of it in a Facebook group for 3D printing, an suddenly a hunred people were interested in getting it for their own printer(s).
This prompted us to keep developing what today has turned into SimplyPrint, with one goal in mind; make 3D printing as easy and smart as it should be.