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Video: Getting the Most from Cura

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Maybe this video can help the new comers to use Cura, it's interesting mainly for people who have never used Cura but can also be useful to more "expert" users

 

 

Getting the Most from Cura: Presented by Steve Cox

Ultimaker's Open-Source software Cura is an amazing free slicer for your 3D models. 'Quick print' is great when you're doing your first prints but delving into the software in more detail can save you from waste material on failed prints and over-use of infill, wasting time using supports and failed prints generally.

Steve's Webinar is an informative look into Cura and how you can use it to save time and money.

Useful Resource Links:

Cura Version 15.04.02 can be found here: https://ultimaker.com/en/cura-softwar...

Getting Rid of Support Structures Blog by Steve Cox: http://www.createeducation.co.uk/gett...

Making it Digital with the BBC blog by Steve Cox: http://www.createeducation.co.uk/maki...

Steve Cox Twitter: @stevecox3d

Email: s.cox@createeducation.co.uk

www.createeducation.co.uk

@ultimakercreate

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