Want to get the best results from your 3D printer? Check out our guide to the best 3D slicer software tools available now. Most are even free.
Learn all you need to know about infill patterns in Cura. Find the best Cura infill pattern for cool and effective prints while saving time and money.
Looking for optimal Anycubic i3 Mega Cura settings? Here is what we suggest as the best Cura Anycubic i3 Mega Cura profile.
In this article we explore the main Cura support settings and show you how to optimize them to obtain optimal support structures.
Some things just make other things better. Plugins for Cura are good examples. Check out our top picks for the best Cura plugins.
Retraction is an easy and powerful way to reduce stringing and oozing in your 3D prints. Find out how to tune the Cura retraction settings.
Learn about best practices for 3D slicer settings in this guest post from 3D printing community Pinshape. Slice like a champ and get better prints!
Let's take a look at Cura's extrusion multiplier, called flow rate. What is it? And how can you adjust it to fix certain print issues? All aboard the train to better prints!
Slic3r or Cura? That's the question! We compare the top two open source slicers, focusing on their best features. Find out which is best for you.
Vase Mode is an experimental feature in Cura that is capable of producing some aesthetic prints. Dig into this guide where we demystify Cura vase mode and show you how to create some seamless models.
Want to print with different colors on a single nozzle or embed something in the print itself? Find out how to use Cura's pause at height feature, stopping your print at a specific point!
3D printing shells are more important than you might think. They can have a huge influence on how stable your 3D printed model will be and how the object can be used.
The Alfawise U20 is a popular 3D printer amongst budget-minded makers, but the lack of quality Cura settings has left many users stranded. Here are the best Cura profile settings for the Alfawise U20.
3D slicer Cura is the quasi-standard of all 3D printing slicers. It’s versatile, open source and it gets the job done nicely. Now it‘s getting a big update for Mac and PC with interesting new features and improvements.
The creator of the Ironing feature currently in the Cura 2.7 Beta details a new method that offers similar results in less print time.
Ultimaker has released Cura 2.4, the latest update to their open source 3D printing slicer software. Learn about the new features here.
Ultimaker is releasing a new beta version of its popular slicing software. You can now download Cura 3.3 now from the company’s website. As usual, the software is free.