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We have an early Christmas gift for you, good news: a preview of Ultimaker Cura’s new user interface. Developers want to know what you think, so be sure to give them your feedback on Cura community of 3D printing experts.
During the Christmas holidays of 1993, Ton Roosendaal started working on the Blender software, based on original designs he made in the course of 1993. On January 2nd, 1994, the first Blender version was running, with the subdivision-based windowing system working. The memorable date –now marked as Blender’s official birthday– is defined by an old backup of Ton’s SGI Indigo2 workstation.
This Cura 3D guide for beginners shows step-by-step how to use Cura software and to find the right settings for 3D printing.