Ultimaker Cura, the free, open source, 3D printing slicer is now getting another update which offers new slicing features and improved UX. Download Cura 3.5 from the Ultimaker website.
We’ve previously compared Cura, the 3D printing model slicing software, to a swiss army knife – it’s one of the tools you need if you‘re into 3D printing. Thankfully, it’s the free, open-source, easy-to-use for beginners and professionals alike.
Now, the latest version of Ultimaker Cura 3.5 offers stability enhancements for better performance and a new monitor page for improved consistency with Cura Connect, Ulimaker’s 3D printer management solution.
There are many other new major improvements as well as a few minor ones for this update. You can download the Cura 3.5 version here. Let’s take a look at some of the changes.
Ultimaker adds at the end of this release: “We’d like to thank our contributors: smartavionics, fieldOfView, BagelOrb, Kriechi, MarmaladeForMeat, and cubiq. We’d also like to extend a special thanks to all our beta testers who have helped us to achieve the best possible user experience for this release.”
You can download Ultimaker Cura 3.5 for free from the company’s website and find out what is new for yourself. The company asks that you leave feedback so that future improvements can be made. Happy slicing.
Source: Ultimaker Blog
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