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Cura Moai edition source code

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i would like to get the source code for the Cura moai edition.i ask the company that makes the moai and they blow me off. they distribute cure moai edition software with out the source code or a copy of the open source Affero General Public License version 3.i told them this is a Violations of the GNU Licenses and they dont seem to care.could anyone here help me get the source code or know were i could?thanks for your time and help.

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There are non profits who will send them letters from a real lawyer for you if you want. I think OSF maybe? (open source foundation)?

Normal cura is on github. Just google it. It's probably in 2 parts: the gui and the backend. The backend is called something "engine". Like maybe curaengine - that does the actual slicing. It's in C for versions 15.X and 2.X. The gui is in python.

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