First Carbide Create Pro cut

(Arjan van de Ven) #1

started playing with CC Pro features and also wanted to test the HDZ upgrade

still a few roughing marks (CC Pro does not yet support stock-to-leave)

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(Jim Beins) #2

looks like Mt. Saint Helens, here in Washington state., nice job.

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(Christian List) #3

Hi Arjan! Where did you get Carbide Create Pro? Just looked at Carbide Site but I found nothing about it. Thanks for your reply. All the best, Christian

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(William Adams (Carbide 3D)) #4

CC413 is now the stable release: https://carbide3d.com/blog/2019/carbide-create-413-released/

In CC406 Carbide Create adds the option of 3D features in a new “Pro” license. Currently available as an open beta for testing at: https://carbide3d.com/carbidecreate/unstable/ (see: https://carbide3d.com/blog/2019/carbide-create-400/ for the initial announcement)

To activate the features:

Windows: Help->About->Enable Pro. Then restart.

Mac OS X: Carbide Create | About Carbide Create | Enable Pro then restart.

See: Carbide Create Pro - First Look for some more details.

A video tutorial at: Starting with 2.5 d carving

Pricing discussion for the “Pro” license (the base functionality will remain free): Carbide Create Pro- What do you want to see?

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(Andrew Dolha) #5

That’s cool! Wish I had that when my daughter was putting together her volcano project (ugh). Can I ask how you did it? What file did you import, etc?

Thanks!
Andrew

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