Just last week, Ultimaker launched the beta version of Cura 4.1. However, the stable version is now available to download boasting improvements to print preparation software and expert-configured print profiles.
Only a few weeks ago, Ultimaker launched the stable version of Cura 4.0, last week it launched the beta version of Cura 4.1, and now the stable version is already available to download.
These regular updates to the free, open-source 3D printing slicer make it one of the most popular options for both beginners and professionals.
Ultimaker explains in a blog post: “This new and improved print preparation software packs a powerful 3D slicing engine into a simple, intuitive interface, with cloud connectivity, expert-configured print profiles for advanced 3D printing materials, multi-language support, and much more.”
You can download the latest version of Cura for free from the Ulitmaker website. Let’s take a look at a few of the latest improvements:
The company firstly explains that this update has focused on improving existing tools, making slicing easier without compromising on performance. This is in terms of:
Interested in downloading the latest stable version of Cura? Visit the Ulitmaker website and you can download it for free. As the company is regularly improving upon this software, it’s worth getting in touch with any improvements of your own as it’s likely you’ll see them realized.
License: The text of "Ultimaker Cura 4.1 Improves Upon Existing Tools" by All3DP is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
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