3D Printer Management Software for Schools

SimplyPrint takes all the hassle out of 3D printing; you no longer need to be an expert; here it's easy for everyone to get started.

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Simon Moe, Teacher at NEXT Copenhagen
SimplyPrint elevated 3D printing at our school from hobby facility to learning environment

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A complete solution for 3D print

SimplyPrint brings all the things you need for 3D printing into one place; no downloads required, it's all in the cloud, easy to use.







Easy for everyone - students and teachers

Neither you nor your students need to be experts in 3D printing to get started - the process through SimplyPrint is easy for everyone, of all ages.


Find or design model

Slice with inbuilt slicer

Press 'Start'


Get notified when print finishes


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.

Leave the 3D print education to us

As a teacher, you get all the material you need, and even if you know nothing about 3D printing, the platform helps you get started in 5 minutes - 3D printing should not take up too much of your time.

Students can either get started without introduction, where the platform guides the individual student through each process they reach, in the intuitive system, or they can be introduced to 3D printing with our pre-made built-in courses - with all the material for teaching included.



Get more motivated students

SimplyPrint takes all the tedious parts, and all the hassle, out of 3D printing. Our system is designed to be inutitive and the student can quickly navigate around. Courses and courses are designed to not be long, tedious explanations, page after page, but small multiple-choice quizzes, with Kahoot and a sense of progression.

Get SimplyPrint for your school

We help with every step

  • Guidance for buying 3D printers
  • Setting up & repairing 3D printers,setting up SimplyPrint

Don't just take our word for it

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Designed for ease of use, elegance and a better 3D printing experience

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Get notified when the print finishes, or if it's cancelled

No more endless checking up on the printer to see if your print is done - SimplyPrint notifies the person who started the print when it finishes, or if someone cancelled it.

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Print started on Printer 1

Estimated print time is 3d 4h

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Print finished on Printer 2

Took 2h 32m

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Frequently asked questions

By far most 3D printers work with SimplyPrint. The general rule of thumb is; if your printer works with OctoPrint / has a way to plug in a USB cable, it'll 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.
At SimplyPrint, we take the security and handling of our users' information very seriously. The only information we handle on students is their name and school email - all stored in a secure database. We are fully GDPR compliant - you can read more about this here . In addition, we offer, and facilitate, a data processor agreement between us and you.

We are committed to transparency and only collect the information on our users that is necessary for the site to work.
SimplyPrint should be able to be set up everywhere; it must either use a WiFi connection, to a non-enterprise network (eg WPA2, preferably with a password), or just have wired connection.

As long as we are allowed a local machine (eg Raspberry Pi) to send web requests to our domain, simplyprint.io, it will work. The local machines connect to our servers, in exactly the same way as you do when you access Google or other websites - via port 443 (SSL)