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    Had a bored moment and tried this. I had it running quite quickly and drawing fairly complex shapes, extrusions, body subtractions and basic surfacing.
    Yeh! As Nick says. It works for free and apparently also saves to all major formats.
    I recon this would be pretty cute after a sustained learning curve.

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    get on the autodesk website and download a full student version of inventor for free. its totally unrestricted, apart from having a small water mark if you decide to print drawings.

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    If you like Sketchup, you can export to DXF and STL in the free version using my plugin:

    DXF and STL export plugin

    PM me if you have any problems with it


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