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Ultimaker Cura for Mac

Ultimaker Cura 5.3.0

  -  212 MB  -  Freeware

Sometimes latest versions of the software can cause issues when installed on older devices or devices running an older version of the operating system.

Software makers usually fix these issues but it can take them some time. What you can do in the meantime is to download and install an older version of Ultimaker Cura 5.3.0.

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What's new in this version:

Interlocking Structure Generation:
- This new setting enables you to interlock multiple materials together, even if those materials are not compatible

Brim per Material:
- A brim can now be printed with multiple materials in the same model

Updated Recommended Print Settings Menu:
- The number of settings available in the recommended has expanded. The redesign will make it easier to use intent profiles or save custom profiles.

Other new features and improvements:
- Improved the Zseam behavior so Hide Seam is generated less randomly
- Fixed the order in which concentric top/bottom patterns are printed
- Replaced mentions of Ultimaker by UltiMaker to correctly reflect the merger
- Updated Load Project window with a new design
- Added tooling to automatically generate translation files to reduce the chance of human error
- Added quality type to slice meta-data so it can be displayed in the Ultimaker Digital Factory
- Added a new way to update profiles by adding a Save/Compare Settings Button in custom window
- Improved onboarding so it is easier to add your first cloud printer or a non-UltiMaker printer
- Included options to download .MSI and .PKG for easier software distribution
- Smoothed some support generation, so support is generated less jittery
- Reduced unnecessary support generation for small overhang regions, like textures
- Improved support generation so the support doesn't fold around the model
- Reduced stringing for Lift Head setting by removing the move in XY
- Added a Minimum Layer Time Temperature setting
- Added settings for Support Interface Wall Line Count, Support Roof Line Count, and Support Floor Line Count
- Added Brim Inside Avoid Margin setting
- Added prefix 'Printing' to post processing plugin script "DisplayFilenameAndLayerOnLCD
- Added Enable, G-code Before, and G-code After To Filament Change
- Added support for per-object retraction settings
- Updated PauseAtHeight so M18 becomes M84 when disarming
- Added an option to keep stepper motors engaged to Pause At Height
- Added an option to Beep at Pause to Pause At Height
- Added Additional Gcode Fields to Pause At Height
- Make Layer Number the default in Pause At Height
- Added more information when rotating a model using the arrows
- Added the "CTRL +" shortcut to open Preferences window
- Added the option to add Machine Action buttons in the Printer Preferences

- a slicing crash if models were placed in the center of the buildplate
- a slicing crash that would happen if Adaptive Layers Maximum Variation had a negative value
- a bug where an "object of type SettingFunction is not JSON serializable" error would prevent users from using certain plug-ins
- a bug where hole expansion would affect interlocking holes
- a bug where fuzzy skin would also apply to interlocking structures
- a bug where you could not load gcodes in Cura in some cases
- a bug where some models would slice slower with Skin-Edge Support Layers
- a bug where layers were skipped by inserting a support interface on a raft
- a bug where Relative Extrusion was not calculated correctly when using Retract Continue
- a bug that would prevent advanced users from slicing a batch with multiple STLs in a script
- a bug where skirt lines would not follow the convex contours of models
- a bug where Exclusing Slicing Tolerance was not applied correctly to bottom-layer(s)
- a bug where small travels were not retracted correctly
- a bug where the printjob time showed 0 minutes if adaptive layer height was enabled
- a bug with Skin Overlap where the skin would overlap with the roofing
- a bug where Support Interface would be generated on top of support
- a bug where the Floor Support Interface would not be generated in certain models
- a bug where a long material list would disappear from the screen
- a bug where support is not generated correctly if Support Pattern is Concentric
- a bug where an increased Skin Removal Width would cut off part of the skin area
- a bug where Support Towers would be generated but would support nothing
- a bug where Small Feature Size would also be applied to inner-wall loops
- a bug where adhesion would be printed outside of the buildplate
- a bug where a primetower brim was printed when it shouldn't
- a bug where Ooze/Draft shields did not avoid prime tower
- a bug where not all Mac users could not use USB printing
- input value for platform offset when adding a logo
- a bug where the travel move at the end of a layer unretracts
- a bug where WallToolPaths are not simplified
- a bug where iterators were moving out of range
- a bug where the Maximum Area Deviation value was too small
- a bug where we did not 'pickle' DefinitionContainers correctly
- a bug where an airgap was present in Spiralized Outer Contour
- a bug where speeds defined for slower layers would impact speeds accelerations and jerks for the whole print
- a bug where materials with longer names in Materials Preferences were harder to read