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  1. The test versions are always based on the latest stable version with some newly added functionalities and improvements. Before we add these functionalities into the stable version we would like to hear what you think of them! Before you start testing, we would like to warn you this is a testing version, so it may contain bugs. If you are working on an important or time sensitive project we recommend you continue to use the stable version. Moving on, these are the release notes for test version TESTING v4.2.90.20180112-test Known Issues: This release is not available as installer image for new machines. This version is only available as the compressed-file variant for menu based installation of the network or via a USB stick. Bug fixes: Firmware updates sometimes failed to be able to update the Marlin part at first installation of the firmware Marlin temperature readings fixed - even with prior changes, spikes in measurement still could occur. In the case of an invalid machine identification, selecting a material would yield an empty list from which no return was possible, except for power-cycling the printer. Now it will show a message and have the option to return to the previous menu. Note: if this still happens, it's recommended to contact your reseller. User experience: Improved support for mouse and trackball as a replacement for the dial-wheel/button. Web API When the client is authenticated, the endpoint HTTP://<printer_ip>/print_job/gcode will allow you to download the gcode of the object currently being printed. Other: Several other tiny bug fixes and improvements. So, ready to start testing? The testing firmware version is available for download through the menu on your Ultimaker 3 / Ultimaker 3 Extended. Go to ‘System’ => ‘Maintenance’ => ‘update firmware’ and select ‘Testing version’. You can also use it to go back to the latest stable version at any time!
  2. Cura is always a popular topic of conversation and we always get a lot of feedback when sharing news, beta versions and stable versions. Everyone seems to love Cura and the work we put in there! Less topic of discussion but equally important is the firmware we write for our Ultimaker machines. Through this post we want to update you about the latest version, what has been fixed and which new features are added. The testing versions are always based on the latest stable, with some new added functionalities. Before you start testing, we would like to warn you this is a testing version, so it may contain bugs. If you are working on an important or time sensitive project we recommend you continue to use the stable version. Moving on, these are the release notes for test version TESTING v4.1.1.20171124 Known issues: - This release is not available as installer image for new machines. This version is only available as the compressed-file variant for menu based installation over the network or on a USB stick. Bugfixes Marlin planner underrun causes print artifacts. This was visible in parts with many short line segments and/or high speeds. An Ultimaker 3 specific problem, not in Ultimaker 2 printers. Print times of 2d:23h:30m to 2d:23h:59m were displayed as 2d:0h. Also changed the time display to be the same as Cura, i.e. above 24hrs it will be shown as 1 day, where it used to start showing a number of days from 48hrs up. Cura Connect Support for the following languages: Dutch, German, Spanish, Italian, Finnish, Polish, Turkish and Simplified Chinese. An icon was added to the printer title to distinguish the group host. 'Move to top' didn't always work. A tooltip has been addded to explain 'not available' state of a printer on the print jobs page. The printer UUID and the print job UUID have been added to the print job row in the web UI to help with automated testing. For larger screens (770px wide or greater) the navigation bar will stick to the top of the page when a user scrolls down. When the printer details pane is opened on the printers page, the page is scrolled up to ensure that the pane is in view. Other Several other tiny bug fixes and UI improvements. Ready to start testing? The testing firmware version is available for download through the menu on your Ultimaker 3 / Ultimaker 3 Extended. Go to ‘System’ => ‘Maintenance’ => ‘update firmware’ and select ‘Testing version’. You can also use it to go back to the latest stable version at any time!
  3. Cura has always been a popular topic of conversation and we always get a lot of feedback when sharing news, beta, and stable versions. Everyone loves Cura! A little bit less often we talk about the firmware we write for our Ultimaker machines. While it is also very interesting and holds a lot of features. Approximately every 2 weeks we make a testing version available and we would like to see these test versions be more widely adopted by our community. With your feedback we can make our firmware better which will make everyone’s experience better. The testing versions are always based on the latest stable, with some new added functionalities. Before you start testing, we would like to warn you this is a testing version, so it may contain bugs. If you are working on an important or time sensitive project we recommend you continue to use the stable version. Moving on, these are the release notes for test version TESTING 3.7.98.20170928 since STABLE 3.7.720170627. New features API New endpoint to get the printer's uptime New endpoint to check the gcode header New endpoint to be able to show a message on the display New endpoint to set and get the printer system time New endpoint(s) to manage physical/mechanical maintenance events UI / UX If the printer restarts it 'knows' if it needs to be cleaned A web page (with useful links) will be showed when connecting to the printers IP using a browser Active Leveling now comes with a cancel button Latest added gcode file now as a separate menu item in the list for printing from USB The color of material is brought back so it's easier to distinguish the used materials When a print is aborted (by user, due to a problem), the option to reprint is shown When authentication is requested, the printer will be glowing Platform Increased speed of updating firmware significantly Motor direction can be set Material profiles updated for 0.8 Print Cores When a critical error occurs, the log files and information is written directly to the USB (if one is available) Material change made more efficient by heating up the Print Core as soon as possible A correction is made for the right nozzle temperature to improve printing quality Bug fixes UI / UX Possible fix for the glitch sometimes causing the display to become hassled Removed the menu item to manually level the Z offset for the 2nd Print Core. This can be done during a manual bed leveling. The initial beep has found its way back Platform Fixed the plastic blob sometimes left after pausing a print job Some material / Print Core combinations were incorrectly identified as incompatible instead of not recommended A failed firmware update will now be showing a message. Pausing the print job will now lower the build plate too Motor power settings will be set to default after print job has finished PrintCore temperatures now saved and restored on pause and resume of print respectively No more waiting for PrintCore cooling down before starting a print job Post-print procedure improved to prevent Print Core from dipping into the printed object when printing (nearly) full height Setting up network problems due to a missing MAC address fixed To prevent issues with material detection and selection, duplicated core material profiles uploaded will now be ignored. Other There are some other minor bugfixes and improvements, but these are the most important ones. Ready to start testing? The testing firmware version is available for download through the menu on your Ultimaker 3 / Ultimaker 3 Extended. Go to ‘System’ => ‘Maintenance’ => ‘update firmware’ and select ‘Testing version’. You can also use it to go back to the latest stable version at any time!
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