Nov 05.2020Version: 4.8
Ultimaker Cura for Linux creates a seamless integration between your 3D printer, software and materials to achieve perfect prints every time.
Cura for Linux was reviewed by Anca Hutu
The Dutch manufacturer is indeed a pioneer in 3D printing for users, and has established itself in recent years as a benchmark in 3D printing management software.
If you have a 3D printer, Ultimaker Cura is software that can be very useful. Compatible with many printer models, it provides the user with everything they need to sketch and complete the details of a print project.
Accurate and highly configurable, this software will help you through the entire 3D printing process, allowing you to check items and then send to the 3D printer. This adaptability makes it one of the most widely used 3D printing software in the world.
In conclusion, Ultimaker Cura for Linux prepares your model for 3D printing.
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+ Cross-platform, open source software, available completely free of charge
+ Print right away using recommended mode, or use custom mode to configure over 300 settings, for maximum control
+ Expert-configured and road-tested profiles make hardware and material configuration simple and fast, and achieves reliable, professional results
+ Out-of-the-box support for STL, OBJ, X3D, and 3MF file formats
+ Expand the core functionality of the software with plugins
+ Combine with Cura Connect to manage one or more network-enabled Ultimaker printers from a single interface
+ Cura for Linux has been in our software catalog since Jun 05.2018.
+ The current version is 4.8 updated to Nov 05.2020.
The best thing about this product is that its free and you can make lots of things.
HIDRACURA 3D Add comment
Cura 3D is slicing software for 3D printers. It takes a 3D model and slices it into layers to create a file known as G-Code which is the code that a 3D printer understands.