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    List of some of the most popular D3 modeling software are Sketchup, LibreCAD, SelfCAD, AutoCAD

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    the old cura was quite good. But then they completely redesigned it and since then it's been really horrible.

    The last user friendly version was: 15.04.6
    here's a list of al releases: https://ultimaker.com/en/products/ul...-software/list

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    I'm using Solidworks. That's what I advise..

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    You can look my 3d print model the website below.

    https://www.3d2v.com/n.design

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    I will suggest you some of these best 3D modeling softwares - LibreCAD, TinkerCAD, Blender and SketchUp etc.

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    If you can afford a license, Solidworks. The next best thing is Rhinoceros, it is great with meshes as well.
    For a nice free and quick solution use Sculptris.
    I use Blender to boolean away shapes, say create a flat bottom. That is about what I know in Blender, steep learning curve indeed.

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    @Ralphzoontjens, I agree with you, Sculptris is also a good option and the best thing is that it is free. Most of the educational institutes use Sculptris for educational and enrichment purposes.

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    You should have a look at www.rocket3f.com/ (just add dotts)
    Last edited by curious aardvark; 05-19-2019 at 03:57 PM.

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    Added the dots :-)

    Looks interesting, and the basic version is Free !
    Which as everyone knows, is my favourite cost of anything :-)

    I need to make 3d faces on spheres, and doing it on openscad is a real pita. So let's see if i can use this rocket thing instead :-)

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    well first snag - it doesn't save or export as .stl

    About the only thing I can see that openscad will import is .dxf
    have to try that instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    Added the dots :-)

    Looks interesting, and the basic version is Free !
    Which as everyone knows, is my favourite cost of anything :-)

    I need to make 3d faces on spheres, and doing it on openscad is a real pita. So let's see if i can use this rocket thing instead :-)

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    well first snag - it doesn't save or export as .stl

    About the only thing I can see that openscad will import is .dxf
    have to try that instead.

    You could export it to obj and then open it in 3D Builder
    www(DOT)microsoft(DOT)com/en-us/p/3d-builder/9wzdncrfj3t6?activetab=pivotverviewtab

    Her is a little about it: www(DOT)windowscentral(DOT)com/how-use-3d-builder-windows-10

    Its easy to use and you can export to stl from there, and its free.

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