Cura Programa

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  • We’ve released a new upgrade of our print preparation software.
Join millions of users worldwide and benefit from an advanced slicing engine that offers integration with the Ultimaker Marketplace, and a cloud-connected workflow for ultimate flexibility.
Validate your concepts faster with expanded compatibility with popular 3D file formats, quickly and easily orient your models on the build plate, maximize detail quality with automatic recognition of small features – and more.
Learn more about the Ultimaker S3 by reading the blog. The Ultimaker S3 build plate. Ultimaker S5 Pro Bundle. At TCT we announced the Ultimaker S5 Pro Bundle, which is fully integrated into this version of Ultimaker Cura, as well as Ultimaker Connect and Ultimaker Cloud.

Bug fixes

An Ultimaker S5 connected with a Material Station will show all available material combinations in the configuration selector. Learn more about the Ultimaker S5 Pro Bundle in the blog. Material combinations displayed when the Ultimaker S5 is connected to the Material Station.

More 3D file formats. Ultimaker Cura 4.3 is compatible with even more 3D file formats than before, allowing you to integrate CAD software, 3D scanning software, and 3D modeling software into your workflow with ease. Natively open Collada, GLTF, OpenCTM, and PLY formats, to name a few. Downloading plugins from the Ultimaker Marketplace brings in support for many more. Open more 3D file formats in this version, including Collada.

Align faces to the build plate.

Orienting your models with the rotation tool or the lay flat tool can be a hassle with complex geometries. This new time-saving feature lets you select a face of your model to rest on the build plate, so you can get the orientation you need quickly and easily. Align faces to the build plate easier than before. Support infill/interface line directions. Improve reliability with more precise control over certain aspects of your print.

Choose the angle that support-infill and interfaces print at, thanks to a contribution from vgribinchuck. Input a set of angles you want lines generated at, and these will be placed sequentially throughout your 3D print.