This paper discusses the design and integration of a desktop system with sensing and control capability for Electrohydrodynamic jet (E-jet) printing. E-jet printing is a micro/nano-manufacturing process that uses an electric field to induce fluid jet printing through micro/nano-scale nozzles. This enables better control and resolution than traditional jet-printing processes. The printing process is predominantly controlled by changing the voltage potential between the nozzle and the substrate. The push to drive E-jet printing towards a viable micro/nano-manufacturing process has led to the design of a compact, cost effective, and user friendly desktop E-jet printing system. The hardware and software components of the desktop system are described in the paper. A current detection system is designed for monitoring the printing. We also propose a two DOF feedback-feedforward control law for control of the printing process. Experimental results are presented to validate the performance of the desktop system.