Ultimaker is releasing its stable version of Cura 3.2 after a few weeks of beta testing. You can now download the popular 3D slicing software from the company’s website. As usual, the software is free.
In mid-January,3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker released the beta version of the Cura 3.2, its latest update of the 3D slicer application. A month later they now announced that the stable version is ready to use and the testing period is over.
The Cura team has added new two major new features to the release of Cura 3.2:
There’s also improvements in terms of security, for example, the signed binaries for windows preventing irritating unknown application warnings. To find out more about the many other improvements, download Cura 3.2 or read about the features below.
Also, Cura 3.2 now offers several improvements regarding the GUI of the program.
You can find out more about the updates and ways in which Ultimaker has optimized Cura by downloading it, here. Also, visit the company website to find out more and keep up with their latest releases.
Also, we’ve just completed an in-depth tutorial on the hidden Cura settings. Please continue here.
License: The text of "Ultimaker Cura 3.2 Adds Experimental Supports and Layer Features, Improves UI" by All3DP is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
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