MatterControl is a free, open-source, all-in-one software package that lets you design, slice, organize, and manage your 3D prints. With MatterControl, you can design your parts from scratch using the Design Tools, or visit the Design Apps to browse existing projects. You can also slice your designs using a variety of advanced settings for customized support generation, software bed leveling, and integrated controls for dual extrusion using powerful 64-bit processing. When you have all the variables managed, you can print straight from MatterControl - no need for multiple programs - MatterControl does it all.
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Get a birds-eye view of all the new and improved design tools and capabilities of MatterControl in our What's New article.
Find out what you can do with MatterControl's newest set of Design Apps - made to help you personalize and customize 3D prints - whether they are your own, or a shared, online file. Read all about it in our MatterControl Design Apps article.
MatterControl now comes with design capabilities that rival those of professional, pricy engineering grade modeling programs. Learn all about the new toolsets in our MatterControl Design Tools article.
At MatterHackers we live and breathe 3D printing and to serve our customers we demand the best of ourselves and our products. That’s why we constantly challenge the status quo by innovating and updating MatterControl - the first of its kind solution for 3D printing. We are constantly adding features to ensure the ultimate 3D printing experience. MatterControl features a real-time modification of Z-offset, speed and extrusion adjustments, and text notifications when your print completes. With the amazing new beta features, you also get ultimate control with options to create customized supports, fine-tune dual extrusion prints, brand-new built-in design tools and apps, and much more. MatterControl enables you to do more with your creativity, your time, and your 3D printer.
MatterControl is not only open source - it's also free. All documentation is posted on the MatterControl Wiki and through the forums here on MatterHackers.com as well as GitHub. Our developers interact with users to learn exactly what is needed of our software now and in the future, making MatterControl the best it can be. Within MatterControl you can choose to download the stable build, or the beta version of the software to get your hands on, and test the latest powerful features. We have already incorporated integrated design tools in the beta, and we are planning on including the ability to operate multiple 3D printers simultaneously in future releases.
Never be without your digital files. Anything that you download from the MatterHackers Digital Design Store, as well as anything you store in your Cloud folder within MatterControl, are available anywhere you log in. You can also log on to the web portal and check the status of prints in progress.
Visit the MatterControl User Guide for more information and help with MatterControl. The guide is always being updated and should be useful for getting started.
MatterControl User Guide: https://www.matterhackers.com/mattercontrol/support
Chances are yes: MatterControl is designed to work with most open standard desktop 3D printers. Take a look at the list below for some printers we support.
Pulse Custom 3D Printer
Lulzbot 3D Printers (All)
Creality (CR-10, All)
Prusa i3 Mk2/3
Any 3D printer that runs G-Code
Any 3D printer that runs X3G
3D Factory MendelMax 1.5
3D Stuffmaker Creator
3D Stuffmaker Evolution
Airwolf 3D HD
Airwolf 3D HD2X
Airwolf 3D HDL
Airwolf 3D HD-R
Airwolf 3D HDX
Airwolf 3D V5.5
Airwolf 3D XL
Blue Eagle Labs Kossel Clear
Deezmaker Bukobot V2
Flashforge Creator Dual
Flashforge Creator Pro Dual
Flashforge Creator X Dual
Leapfrog Creatr HS
Leapfrog Creatr XL
MakerBot Replicator 2
MakerBot Replicator 2x
OpenBeam Kossel Pro
Organic Thinking System Deltabot-K
Printerbot Simple Metal
Printerbot Simple Metal PLUS
Revolution 3D INF3D-SPE
Robo3D R1 Plus
SeeMeCNC Rostock MAX
Solidoodle Workbench Apprentice
Type A Machines Series 1
Any 3D printer that runs G-Code
Any 3D printer that runs X3G (as of 1.4)