Ultimaker Cura Engine for Web Assembly
If you're trying to embed Cura Engine into your web application, check out Cura WASM instead (Which uses this package under the hood).
wapm install cloud-cnc-bot/cura-engine
Note: you'll need to install WAPM first.
# Print help message wapm run cura-engine -- help # Slice Benchy for an Ultimaker 2 git clone https://github.com/ultimaker/cura.git wget https://github.com/CreativeTools/3DBenchy/raw/master/Single-part/3DBenchy.stl -O benchy.stl wapm run cura-engine --dir=./cura/resources/definitions --dir=. -- slice -j ./cura/resources/definitions/ultimaker2.def.json -o ./benchy.gcode -l ./data/benchy.stl
docker build . -f docker/build.dockerfile -t cloud-cnc/cura-engine
docker run -it --name cura-engine cloud-cnc/cura-engine
# This should be run within the container ./build.sh
This fork contains a version of Cura Engine compatible with and optimized for WASM.
Fairly close to reduce the amount of time it takes to support new versions of Cura Engine.
Yes, absolutely. If you're looking for something specific to help with, performance improvements are always welcome.
Every Saturday at
00:00 UTC, sync.yml will create a pull request to synchronize this fork with it's upstream source and attempt to automatically merge it. On each push, build.yml will build and test this fork. When a new release is created, publish.yml will publish it to WAPM.
You can view downstream modifications by running:
# Add the upstream repository git remote add upstream https://github.com/ultimaker/curaengine.git # Pull commits from upstream git pull upstream master # Show the differences between the upstream and downstream git diff upstream/master..origin/main
The source of this fork is github.com/ultimaker/curaengine.