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Thanks guys, but the next question arises: "When can we expect Cura 3.0?", and: "Does it have a new material model for custom material specification?" :)

Edit: Just found out that it is in two weeks time! :)

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Just updated to Cura 3.3.1   At the end of my 9 hour print I had memory problem with my  Windows 7 box.

Checking Cura memory usage  I found Cura was increasing  working memory by 160 kb/minute.

At that time working memory was 96 Mb and virtual was 312 Mb

Is this normal ? Haven't really checked on Cura memory data before since I saw no problem.

 

 

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