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Alrighty, I am new to the modeling world, Iv been getting into the cad and cam side, didnt know where I should go for this, but does anyone here have any experience with particular CAD/CAM programs. I recently bought a large CNC router and can do 2.5 D..... sort of, but I want to move to full 3D cuts. anyone recommend a good place to start? a program in particular? Iv just started using Fusion 360, and man... its well, like illustrator compared to MS paint
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This is not the board you are looking for.
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WEll then...... what board should I be on?
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Soo Herlpferl
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D'ya try /g/

I'm sure some CAD fag will show up here anyway
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The only program I've used extensively is solidworks, which I've used w/ 3d printing and 2.5D CNC stuff but if you're using some crazy 4 axis machine idk what to tell you. Solidworks can probably do it? And I don't know much about Fusion 360 but it looks pretty good.



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