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New in Blender 2.91

Adding some color to your November, here’s the second release in Blender’s 2.9 series—and the fourth major release this year, including one Long-term Support.

The updated toolset of Blender 2.91 features improvements to cloth sculpting, boolean operations, mesh to volume and volume to mesh conversion, custom curve bevels, searchable UI panels and more. Combined with hundreds of bug fixes, Blender 2.91 is more polished and stable than ever.

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Go Experimental

Blender evolves every day. Experimental builds have the latest features and while there might be cool bug fixes too, they are unstable and can mess up your files.

It is not recommended to use these on production environments.

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