Ultimaker, a manufacturer of professional open-source 3D printer, has launched the latest version of the easy-to-use print preparation software. Cura 4.2 is now available to download from the company's website.
Another day, another Cura update. This time around, the 3D print preparation software boasts usability improvements, which the company claims will simplify 3D printing workflows.
As well as improvements to the user experience, further changes can be found in Cura 4.2’s object list, slice button, and expanded support for third-party 3D printers (including the expansive Creawsome mod — giving definitions for most Creality printers).
Cura 4.2 is available from the Ultimaker website, here, or via an in-app popup in older versions of Cura. Read on for a breakdown of the key new features and other nips and tucks the Cura community and developers have been cooking up for this update.
Ultimaker claims this version of Cura provides the best user experience yet. Its latest features include:
Ultimaker claims that the program is more stable than ever with this new update. Known issues with font rendering, unnecessary travel moves, prime tower overlaps have all been addressed.
To find out more about the features of this new release, visit the Ultimaker website where you can also download Cura 4.2 for free.
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