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Old 03-14-2017, 10:30 AM
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Default Linux CAD advice?

I'm interested in Linux-Ubuntu compatible CAD system references for a new computer. What can those here add, recommend or warn against regarding the various open source-related programs? The typical projects of interest here are the types of things I anticipate to be doing with it, mostly 3D complex curve forms and modeling and some machine-type or mechanical patterns.

So far all here is pencil, paper and drafting table with zero CAD. The 2D patterns for my English wheel stand components are on my drawing board. If they need to transition to digital in the computer to be more easily cut, I might as well get started....
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