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Bonjour à tous,

Responsable technique chez Makershop, Charly, effectuera la présentation de ce webinaire le 13 décembre 2017 à partir de 14h30. Durant ce webinaire vous allez pouvoir découvrir les nouveautés du logiciel Ultimaker Cura 3.1 ainsi que la nouvelle fonctionnalité : Cura Connect. Vous pourrez également interagir en direct avec Charly, expert en impression 3D.

Déroulé du webinaire :

Cura 3.1 :

1. Lecture des Gcodes

2. Format de projet .3mf

3. Nouveaux motifs de remplissage

4. Nouvelles possibilités liées aux support / gradual / partiel

5. Maille plus poussée

6. Moule

7. Améliorations des paramètres Skin

8. Utilisation des PrintCores / HardCores de diamètres différents

9. Effet Ironing / Étirage

10. Plugins SolidWorks

Cura Connect :

1. Configuration

2. Utilisation de l'interface

3. Conseils

4. Utilisation de l'outil de maintenance

Inscrivez-vous dès maintenant http://bit.ly/2nz3bUv

L'équipe Makershop

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