Ever since Robostorm had build its club 3d printer, they had needed a way to show off it and other member's printers at the 4-H fair. It was decided that something easy to do would be to sell custom 3d printed nametags, printed to order. To streamline the process, a program was to be developed to automatically take names from customers, process them into nametags, and print the nametags to an avaiable printer. All of the printers would have a Raspberry Pi running Octoprint, to allow for easy uploading and printing. Originally, it was implemented as a Java FX application running on an old laptop to take in names and print them. Most of the way through the development of that, another club member decided to make it into a web app, and would be run on a server seperate from name collection. This would also allow it to be managed from other computers for more streamlined use. Unfortunatly, the web app did not always work. It would be need to be restarted frequently and would print nametags twice. As a result of these annoyances, I had decided to make a new nametag printing app.