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Posted · Mechancial optimized profiles in Cura

Hey Ultimaker,

Cura + UM3 and S5 is a good combination, it takes away a lot of tinkering i had to do in the past.

The things for me still missing, are "mechanical" profiles. Where we can have high strength and tolerances.

Would be a nice addition for a lot of users i guess.


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Posted · Mechancial optimized profiles in Cura

It's a feature that is pretty high on our backlog.

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