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Ultimaker Cura Enterprise

If you have watched our product launch yesterday you have seen that we have released a new enterprise-grade software bundle called Ultimaker Essentials. If you haven’t, you can watch it here

Part of this bundle is Ultimaker Cura Enterprise. Ultimaker Cura Enterprise is a slicer software tailored to businesses with its driving forces being: 

  • Stability & uniformity
  • Security
  • Distribution

Stability & uniformity
Ultimaker Cura Enterprise receives two updates a year which are supported for 12 months. If you would run into a technical issue, our support team will be able to provide you with a patch. By deploying this patch your team can continue to use the same software you have based your workflow on. 


Less updates mean more stability, and IT can ensure the same version is used throughout the entire organization. Thus creating uniformity and stability. 


Each release of Ultimaker Cura Enterprise is independently scanned, tested, and analyzed for vulnerabilities. We publish a summary of that report and commit to continuously improving security.


Ultimaker Cura Enterprise makes distribution and management easy for IT professionals. Packaged for businesses in MSI format, Ultimaker Cura Enterprise can be configured and managed with cross-platform systems distribution.


If you are using Ultimaker Cura Enterprise and you have any questions about it, feel free to ask our community of 3D printing experts in this category or use the support option by creating a ticket and selecting ‘Ultimaker Enterprise’ as your software product. 


Thank you! 

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    I am not sure if this is a proper place to ask this question, but does the Ultimaker Essentials (Enterprise) allow one to configure things to PREVENT users from grouping printers together?  We have six S5 printers deployed around our building, and struggle quite freqently with getting unwanted groups created. See attachment.  We probably have 50-ish users that are using them, and I think some of them blindly click prompts when they shouldn't.  Since we are mostly working remotely, it is a pain to have to go into the office to confirm removal of a printer from a group (which seems to be the only way to remove them).

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