Web tool Prusa uses for their assembly guides?

Web tool Prusa uses for their assembly guides?  

Alan Ableson
Active Member

Can anyone on the Prusa team share what web tool is used for the assembly guides?  (Or if anyone else recognizes it as a proprietary or open-source project?)

The feature I'm in love with is the instruction interface that I haven't seen anywhere else: the expandable user comment section.

  • If the instructions in a step are clear, readers can just follow the short-and-sweet published version, but
  • If a step didn't make sense, readers can open the comments section specific to that step and see the advice from other users.

I am writing up instructions in my own projects, and hoped to use the same interface if it was available as a web tool, e.g. a Wordpress plugin, Rails package, etc. 

Posted : 24/04/2021 6:17 pm
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Alan Ableson
Active Member

Quick follow-up - it looks like Prusa is using iFixit's spin-off product Dozuki - https://www.ifixit.com/News/14319/dozuki-a-new-way-to-write-how-to-manuals

(I'll leave the post up in case I'm wrong though: any corrections are welcome!)

Posted : 24/04/2021 6:40 pm
Illustrious Member

I really like Prusa’s instructions.  If this is their method, wow that is expensive.  

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Chuck H
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Posted : 11/05/2021 4:27 pm
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It seems so. This tool is amazing

Posted : 19/05/2021 4:24 pm

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