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Hey there /3/. Got a question for you.

I've been designing and making some wooden kits to sell at different conventions around here but I have no 3D experience so everything I design is done by figuring out how the angles work in my head.

This was the latest thing I've made - not perfect, but I love it anyway.

My question: What 3D program would be the easiest to construct this in so I can try to test fit pieces before I actually try to build it? All the pieces are in 2D and the drawing program I use exports to DXF.
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If you need absolute accuracy, look at revit, solid works, any 3D CAD.
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123make has a neat slicing output that gives dxf "skeleton" of the 3d model that you can laser cut.
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I want one
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>>534376
solidworks works with laser cutters and it's piss easy to use, learned it in like a week.
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>>534376
This is really nice, i would pay for it



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