Release Notes


  • Different changes in slicing engine to improve stability and quality
  • Improvements and fixes


  • Bugfixes


  • New Models panel with models list
  • New Layup structure paradigm
  • New Profile – Slicing paradigm
  • New Support form
  • Conflict dialog reworked
  • Printing algorithms are improved to printing as with fiber as with pure plastic
  • File associations are added for Aura project file *auproj. And you could also add associations for *stl, *stl file at the installation dialog by your choice
  • New materials and profiles are added
  • Current profiles and materials settings are improved
  • Plastic flow multiplier setting moved from Fiber settings to Reinforced entities section of Profile
  • Bugfixes

New Models panel

Now you can observe models not only from the build plate but and from the Models panel too. You can include or exclude a model from the slicing process by clicking on the button that on the right from the model name. All model actions are now available from the Models panel. You can simply select or deselect model by clicking on the item in the list. Also, it is good to select a model by a single click on the model at the build plate itself. You can deselect the selected model by click on it once more.

All models actions (Shift, Rotate, etc.) are disabled before you haven’t selected at least one model. These commands are also available from the menu.

Multi-selection is also available from this version.

New Layup structure paradigm

Now regions can intersect between themselves. The higher region has a higher priority to effect on the model and its slicing process. For the first time when you open the Layup panel for the particular model, the default region will be added automatically. The default region seizes all model height and in duplicates settings from the current profile. You can change the region’s order by replacing them with nearby by clicking on arrows located right from a region’s name label. Also, you can remove regions (except default).

The name of a region is the combination of the lowest height limit and the highest height limit. You can set the region heights by hand typing in the appropriate textboxes and by select layer on the model. To do it just click on the crosshair button. The colored label from the left on region name is a color layer mark. You should consider it as the layer’s legend. This color will be used to show which region settings will be used for a particular layer.

After you’ve finished layup rules editing, you should click by the Apply button to save the changes.

Also, you can find the other buttons near it: Add – to add a new region, Remove all – to remove all regions for this model, Cancel – to exit from Layup set up mode without saving changes, Pick – to pick Layup settings from another model (if it exists).

If the model has layup settings, so you can find the layup settings indicator. By clicking on them you could switch on and switch off layup settings for the particular model. If you switch off layer settings for a model, they will not affect the slicing process.

On the Slicing panel (the most important one) the layup rules switcher is also located. By default, it is switch on and all layup rules are using for slicing process calculation. But you can switch it off and all layup settings will have no effect on the slicing process and Profile settings will be used. 

New Profile-Slicing paradigm

From this Aura version, the Use fiber flag will be located only in Profile and will not be located on the Session panel (which now is Slicing panel). You should think about Use fiber flag as the “Allow” to use fiber flag. You can switch on or switch off each reinforcement type at Slicing panel, but you can switch on or switch off the possibility of generation fiber on the Slicing panel. You should consider this moment when you want to create a new profile. And you should set it up with the thought – will be a new profile using for fiber printing or not.

Briefly, we could define the new paradigm as:
Profile – to set up the printing process in general.
Slicing – to adapt profile settings for a specific model.

New Support form

It is easy to ask a question or to send a bug report. Our support team will contact you by email and will help you with your printing process.


  • Bugfixes


  • Bugfixes


  • Reinforced infills
  • Fiber perimeters generation added for the first layer when solid infill count equals to zero
  • Z-hop after cut added to reduce fiber slips (Experimental)
  • Fiber printing settings are moved to a new section in Profile
  • Changes in default profiles
  • UI small improvements and fixes
  • Other fixes and improvements


  • Fixed bug in internal plastic perimeters generation


  • Fiber perimeters generation algorithm changed significantly. Perimeters are now more smooth, printed from outside to inside, residual fiber is placed inside the part.
  • Changes in part printing sequence – outer shell is now printed after internal plastic perimeters.
  • Changes and fixes in fiber printing speed calculation – printed fiber trajectory should be now more accurate.
  • Pause is now added after composite extruder heating to make extruder temperature more uniform.
  • Top/bottom solid layers count can now be zero. If you are using fiber, the fiber will be placed from the first layer to the last.
  • Default printing and material profiles updated.
  • Printing time for printing with fiber is now calculated more accurately (still not completely accurate, but better).
  • Multiple other improvements and fixes.


  • Updated fiber trajectory processing algorithm (better fiber placement accuracy after cut)
  • Added separate minimum travel distance for retract if travel does not cross part perimeter
  • New Composer firmware updater
  • Bugfixes and minor improvements


  • Bugfixes and minor improvements


  • Fixed fiber layup speed calculation on corners


  • First public release