A Browser-Based Slicer for 3D FDM and SLA printing, CNC Milling, and Laser cutting
Kiri:Moto is focused on privacy, performance, and ease-of-use.
Kiri:Moto has been in continuous development since 2013. It typically gets new development releases a few times a week and major releases every 4-8 weeks.
Because Kiri:Moto runs in a browser's security sandbox, it does not have access to the personal and private data on your local hard drive the way installed desktop software does.
Kiri:Moto does all processing in the browser. None of your data is sent to or stored in the cloud.
Kiri:Moto is a compact, fast-loading page free of bloat. This is achieved by minimizing external package dependencies. With a few notable exceptions, most of the code-based is written entirely from-scratch.
Creating an interface that is usable for new to advanced users can be a challenge. Kiri:Moto takes a strong editorial stance on complexity. Much of the software in the maker universe is riddled with parameters and controls that are duplicative and work at cross-purposes.