Frequently Asked Questions
It has similar capabilities to other 3D printing slicers like Cura, Simplify3D, and PrusaSlicer.
It is very different in several important ways:
- There is no software to install or maintain. It's just a web page.
- As a web app, it runs in a security sandbox and cannot access data on your hard drive
- It offers several modes of operation for most of the common maker tools, like CNC mills
- It is updated quite frequently (several times a week) with bug fixes and new features
You can either find a device close to yours and "customize" it in the device dialog. Or you can import a PrusaSlicer .ini file and it will auto-convert into Device + Profile settings. Caveat: macro logic is not automatically converted.
Kiri comes from Kiri-e, which is the Japanese art of paper-cutting. Moto is short for "modeling tool".