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Robo Software Downloads
Let's get printing! Prepare files and start a print on your Robo.
4 ways to get started
You can start with an STL file (3D model) and convert it into a G-code file (printable file) using any of the four Robo interfaces. Before starting any print, ensure your Z-Offset is correct and filament is loaded (see quick start guide for details). Below you'll find all custom Robo software that will get you printing in no time.
Compare our software options to choose which printing platforms work for you.

Desktop Software

Web Browser

Mobile App

Compatible printers R2, C2, R1+, R1 R2, C2 R2, C2 R2, C2
Connectivity requirements None Wi-Fi or printer hotspot Wi-Fi or printer hotspot None
Slicing capabilities
Preview print files
File transfer Wi-Fi (R2, C2),
SD Card (R1+, R1)
Wi-Fi Wi-Fi USB drive
Printer controls MatterControl only
Video monitoring R2 only R2 only R2 only
Printer terminal
Join the Robo Beta program!
Get access to pre-release versions of Robo software and tell us what you think. We're constantly developing and improving our printers. Your feedback will directly contribute to making Robo products even better.
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For Developers
Curious to know more? Here's the details on all of Robo's software packages.
The RoboOS includes the LCD screen software and our custom version of Octoprint and plugins, many of which are open source. See the Robo3D GitHub or the RoboOS Changelog for more information.
Robo printers run on a custom version of Marlin, an open source 3D printer firmware.