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Cura 15.10 Open Beta

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The last weeks we've been working hard on improving the new Cura 15.06. It is the foundation on which we continue to build. Today we've released an open beta version (15.10), ready for you to explore. You can download it here.

If you are interested, we would like to invite you to use this beta version and give us feedback so together we can prepare this build to be included in the full version.

We’ve included five features that were already in Cura Legacy, so you can use these in the new Cura 15.10. There are also seven entirely new features, developed in our quest to continue improving Cura. Check the release notes to find out what has changed and let us know what you think.

In addition, we want to let you know that a few features still need some fine-tuning (mostly graphical). We included them in this beta anyway, so you can already test the functionality:

 

  • Post-Processing Plugin: Graphical layout is bare-bones, not all scripts are fully tested.
  • Support for Bed Leveling and other wizards: Graphical layout is bare-bones, not all error cases are handled correctly (but it shouldn't cause crashes).
  • Visualization of the Per-Object Settings: Graphical layout has some mistakes in it.

 

Throughout the testing period we will continue to develop and process the feedback. All in all you can expect improvements on these features in the upcoming weeks. We will then also have a 64-bit Windows Build available for you.

To collect all the feedback we ask you to post everything in this forum topic. We will keep a close eye on it and make sure that your feedback will reach our developers.

Thank you very much for contributing and enjoy this version of Cura!

This post is for communication purposes. If you want to contribute and leave your comments please go to this (similar) thread.

Edited by SandervG
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