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It sounds like a cloud-based slicer. I am not sure what the business model is based upon (advertising? community database sales?), but the basic premise from the user point of view seems to be to simplify the workflow, which is admittedly complex and requires a personal computer or workstation with properly installed software, whereas if you do things on the cloud supposedly you only need a $1 Android mobile as you would say.Quote
Where´s the hook?