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RollingUp: Filament Spool Manager for 3D printing

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Description of RollingUp: Filament Spool Manager for 3D printing

RollingUp: Filament Spool Manager is the best companion of your 3D printers: never fail a print anymore because of a lack of filament!

👍 Features to power-up your 3D printer(s)

This application will help you to manage your stock of filament spools. Just insert your spools in the base, and input the length (or weight) of filament you use!

You can also manage the different materials (PLA, ABS, PETG...) with a pre-loaded set including the density of each materials. Create your own exotic materials!

Add notes to your spools to remember your best printing parameters!

A cool shop allows you to discovery new amazing filament manufacturers! Give super powers to your 3D printer(s) and try spools of exotic filaments!

📎 Connect your spools with NFC tags

Buy NFC tags (stickers or badges) and write your spools information on them!

Sticked on your spools, you just have to scan your tags with your device to open RollingUp automatically with all the informations about your filament!

(This feature needs a device compatible with the NFC technology)

🌎 Connected to Printoid for OctoPrint

RollingUp is ready to communicate with Printoid for OctoPrint. Directly input your consumption from Printoid on your spools! (PRO and PREMIUM versions only)

Printoid for OctoPrint PREMIUM: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fr.yochi76.printoid.phones.premium

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This Filament Spool Manager app is free to use, but contains few advertisements, and is limited to 2 spools at the same time. The NFC tag feature is not available in the free plan.

Become Premium to use the full-features app without any ads!

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More Information Of RollingUp: Filament Spool Manager for 3D printing

lable: Productivity - Apps Current Version:2.03 Publish Date:2021-03-03 Developer:AS Mobile Development

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Timur Tabi 2019-02-24

10
If you don\'t have OctoPrint (or something like it), I can see the value of this app, but it\'s tedious. Having to manually input the used filament into the app every time you print is just stupid. OctoPrint was created to avoid having to do stuff like that. There are OctoPrint plug-ins that automatically keep track of your spools. But what I don\'t understand is why this app is \"integrated\" with Printoid. \"Integrated\" is being too generous because the spool management is still a manual process. This doesn\'t make any sense. Because of this app, Printoid refuses to integrate with OctoPrint spool manager plugins, which just makes things harder for everyone.
Sam C 2020-03-06

9
TL:DR: App promises a simple idea, never delivers, and the developer never answers support requests. The idea of this app is pretty great: keep track of your filament, integrate with (one of) the ways to remotely control and monitor your 3D Printer. It even features NFC so if you have multiple reels of the same filament, you can keep them straight via cheap tags. Unfortunately, the app doesn\'t work and I regret buying it. The developer completely and totally failed to get the key, central part right: tracking filament use. If you EVER attempt to use the sync feature (the only reason to ever actually pay for this), it will consistently fail to upload your changes, and it will ALWAYS overwrite them. It doesn\'t matter what device you use to make changes to your filament, it doesn\'t matter if you manually refresh or let it sync on its own time. When the sync occurs, the app will immediately figure out \"the data on your phone and cloud do not match. Update?\" It actually asks you to update. If you click \"yes\", it will overwrite from the cloud every single time. I emailed the developer and they never responded. I could write this off as a coding glitch, but there\'s other reviewers with the same problem and no contact. This is a stupidly easy problem to solve: have the app compare the two records and add the differences in. Assign each new filament usage an ID and only add new IDs to the record, then add/subtract to get your differences. Include an \"add filament\" or\"incomplete print\" event/note that increases the filament level on the reel. BOOM. Never another irradicated history. Understandably, this could be a performance problem if you had a few thousand or even tens of thousands of entries for a spool, but you can fix that either by archiving whenever you 100% refill a spool (fresh list) or by just erasing the history from the old spool. That\'s just for the app\'s existent non-function. More extensively, this honestly NEEDS an octoprint plugin. Fine, you don\'t want to force people into the platform, just make it an option. Printoid already interfaces with octoprint, why not let THAT automatically feed you usage results. At least that way, you can catch unused filament from aborted prints, automatically.
Sam 2020-02-21

6
The cross mobile functionality of this app is very bad. Does not sync well across devices. I had my inventory messed up many times. I emailed the support team but never heard back from them. Do not buy this. Its not worth it.
Theresa Ehlers 2020-06-04

5
The free app worked great. I upgraded to the premium and now it crashes constantly! I can\'t add any spools or do anything else. My email to the developer went unanswered. I guess he\'s happy - he got his money! 😡 Developer responds to my review but not my email? And rudely at that!
Theresa Ehlers 2020-06-04

5
The free app worked great. I upgraded to the premium and now it crashes constantly! I can\'t add any spools or do anything else. My email to the developer went unanswered. I guess he\'s happy - he got his money! 😡 Developer responds to my review but not my email? And rudely at that!
Theresa Ehlers 2020-06-04

5
The free app worked great. I upgraded to the premium and now it crashes constantly! I can\'t add any spools or do anything else. My email to the developer went unanswered. I guess he\'s happy - he got his money! 😡 Developer responds to my review but not my email? And rudely at that!
Theresa Ehlers 2020-06-04

5
The free app worked great. I upgraded to the premium and now it crashes constantly! I can\'t add any spools or do anything else. My email to the developer went unanswered. I guess he\'s happy - he got his money! 😡 Developer responds to my review but not my email? And rudely at that!
Iain Willis 2020-01-26

4
It\'s a good idea but it keeps losing entries I\'ve added so it\'s pretty pointless.
Ben Turner 2020-02-13

4
Free version limited to 2 spools. Useless. Developer even responded with an immature \"I should work for free and not get paid\" shtick. Grow up. Nobody that has use for an app like this has only 3 spools. Just make it a paid app, and I would have no problem. You\'re calling it \"freemium\", but it\'s a scam to get people to download your app, see the features, use it, then realize they CAN\'T use it without paying for it. That\'s called bait and switch, Anthony. It\'s unethical. Stop making apps.
Ben Turner 2020-02-13

4
Free version limited to 2 spools. Useless. Developer even responded with an immature \"I should work for free and not get paid\" shtick. Grow up. Nobody that has use for an app like this has only 3 spools. Just make it a paid app, and I would have no problem. You\'re calling it \"freemium\", but it\'s a scam to get people to download your app, see the features, use it, then realize they CAN\'T use it without paying for it. That\'s called bait and switch, Anthony. It\'s unethical. Stop making apps.