Atelier is a project that started on August of 2016 with the goal to give a better open source solution on 3DPrinting for printer hosts. Inspired by the maker spirit we started to build this new solution. With a modern interface, security and reliability.

With the help of KDE Community we are on the road to give you the best experience on using a printer host, either for printing or maintance.

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Art Of Coding

Using the best skills of programming to give you confidence


"C makes it easy to shoot yourself in the foot; C++ makes it harder, but when you do it blows your whole leg off." Bjarne Stroustrup


Cross-platform development with Qt is the faster, smarter way to create innovative UIs, applications & embedded devices.

Useful Documentation

Documentation simple and clean to guide you step by step.


Preventing your 3DPrinter from malfunctions.


Linux, Windows and MacOS: Portability is our goal.


Lays Rodrigues

I started this project back in August of 2016. I live in Niteroi, a nearby city from Rio, in Brazil.

I joined KDE in 2015 and since then I've been working with the community on a few projects.

So far I'm a Computer Science student, with some skills in C++ and Python.

One thing that I love to do is sharing my knowledge with everyone, going on a lot of events where I have the opportunity to talk. Allons-Y!

You can find more about me in my social media:

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Patrick Pereira

I am an electronics engineer that had all his graduation with focus on embedded systems and cyber physical development. Now, with more than 8 years of experience in robotics, of these, 5 years in Unnamed Aerial Vehicles. Focusing on hardware/software development and integration. My interest is to work with the cutting edge in technology, the bleeding edge to be more precise, where no one has gone before, working with the next generation in technology.

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Chris Rizzitello


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