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5 Ways Woodworkers Can Benefit From Designing In CAD

In principle there seems to be a vast difference between woodworking and 3D modeling. Woodworking uses manual tools and natural materials to create physical items that you can touch, feel, and use; 3D modeling uses computers and screens to make virtual designs that only exist in the digital realm. They can be seen as opposites, […]

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22 CAD Tips For Perfect 3DPrints

Editor’s Note: Billie was nice enough to work with us to create a custom version of her quick guide for volume 75 of Make: Magazine. You can download our version for free here, if you like this color scheme. Otherwise, enjoy Billie’s originals, the content should all be the same! This infographic is part of […]

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Creating This Deceptively Simple Looking Logo Teaches Tons Of Tips

Creating This Deceptively Simple Looking Logo Teaches Tons Of Tips

For anyone who has used it, there is no denying Fusion 360 is obviously an incredibly powerful tool. However, if you’re not a guru, it can be intimidating when you’re trying to make shapes that aren’t just simple boxes. Joe Krcma from Joe Makes dove into making more complex shapes when he set out to […]

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Easel Pro Launches for Fast, Easy, Commercial CNC Project Making

Easel Pro Launches for Fast, Easy, Commercial CNC Project Making

Inventables is launching Easel Pro, an expanded paid service that adds new features to add speed and flexibility to professional projects.

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Tinkercad Adds Embedded Circuits, Lego Exports, and More

Tinkercad Adds Embedded Circuits, Lego Exports, and More

Tinkercad, a computer-assisted design program, got a little more powerful today with the announcement of new features.

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Fusion 360 Adds “Slicer” for Laser Cutting and CNC Routing

Fusion 360 Adds “Slicer” for Laser Cutting and CNC Routing

Autodesk adds a slicer app to Fusion 360, perfect for helping you out with your next laser cut or CNC’d project.

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