Google has launched a free, online commercial ice making toolkit for developers.
The company’s Ice Maker app lets users design and build industrial-grade industrial ice machines using a single click.
Users can also upload their designs and build machines using the service’s built-in builder.
The app is also available for Mac and Windows platforms.
The Ice Maker toolkit comes in a free version for Windows and Mac.
The company plans to offer a premium version of the app in the coming weeks.
Ice Maker is a free app for Android users, too, but only in English.
It also has a built-ins-in-the-app-for-development tool.
It lets users upload and build their own industrial-strength industrial-ice machine, a “CNC-machined tool for building industrial-scale, industrial-size industrial-like machines.”
Users can use the built-up-data in the app to create their own custom model.
The toolkit includes an Arduino-compatible programming library, a web-based interface, and a “built-in” Arduino simulator, as well as other resources for building custom models.
Users can also choose to build their models from scratch.
The tools can be used to test the design and then iterate on it to create more complex machines.
The toolkit is free for Windows, Mac, and Linux users.
For a limited time, Ice Maker also includes a web application that lets users build their custom machine in real-time.
The project, launched in October, is a collaboration between Google and the Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad.