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Is there anything like Makerbot's Printshop for Ultimaker?

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Posted · Is there anything like Makerbot's Printshop for Ultimaker?

I hate to ask this, but I'm wondering if there is any kind of software that is as simple an interface for younger students as the Makerbot's Printshop. We HATE our Makerbot, but we love their software. We LOVE our Ultimaker, but wish there was an easier interface for the younger kids. Thoughts? Ideas? Thanks! We have a 2+ and a 2+ extended that we adore.

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Posted · Is there anything like Makerbot's Printshop for Ultimaker?

Hi Burlesot,

Thanks so much for your comment. Have you tried Morphi (www.morphiapp.com)? It's a simple, powerful 3D modeling software available on the iPad and Mac, coming soon for Windows and Android. It's similar to MakerBot's Printshop but with more features and works great with all Ultimakers. You can reach out to the developers at hello@morphiapp.com. Good luck!

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