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Recommendation for offline Windows 3D modeling program?

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SiliconWizard:
I wish there was something in the same spirit of OpenSCAD, but supporting real curves, and able to export .STEP files. It doesn't look like OpenSCAD is going to get any of those features any time soon.

LinuxHata:
Checked some of these and come to conclusion that "good old" 3D Studio MAX is far far better :D

P.S. And if someone is new to 3D printing and thinks about SLA printer, I have a note for you - do not believe what manufacturers say  about "low odor formula". These things do stink, and they're definitely NOT bedroom/kids room/main room friendly. You will need dedicated area with good ventilation.

Mr Transistor:

--- Quote from: MarkF on April 08, 2022, 10:52:37 pm ---
--- Quote from: Mechatrommer on April 08, 2022, 08:50:24 pm ---autocad and inventor. the diamond standard

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AutoCad   $1865/year
Inventor   $2300/year

Need I say more.

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Inventor is nice but pricey. I use Fusion 360 exclusively. I am grandfathered in on their original pricing so it only costs me $100/yr for a commercial license (currently $495/yr).

cpuerror:
Its defunct and unsupported, and more of a beginner sw, but my preference remains 123D Design if you can find a download for it. It is freeware and runs offline.

Mechatrommer:

--- Quote from: Mr Transistor on July 27, 2022, 05:09:40 pm ---
--- Quote from: MarkF on April 08, 2022, 10:52:37 pm ---
--- Quote from: Mechatrommer on April 08, 2022, 08:50:24 pm ---autocad and inventor. the diamond standard

--- End quote ---
AutoCad   $1865/year
Inventor   $2300/year
Need I say more.

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Inventor is nice but pricey. I use Fusion 360 exclusively. I am grandfathered in on their original pricing so it only costs me $100/yr for a commercial license (currently $495/yr).

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why you have to pay even $10/yr if all you do are some unions of boxes and then later 3d print for personal use? Legit fare only for legit company that risks being sued. I have a copy of fully functional inventor but i dont use it because i'm stucked with autocad notions.. for the longest time i was with R14 until recently that i need some fancy extrusion and morph functions that was not available.. the fact is.. they dont make it hard to get an illegal copy, consider yourself as their delegate to do later promotions, thats the most nobble thing to do imho.. :P

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