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My student license for AutoCAD has run out. Is there an open-source software package that does similar 3d modeling in the vein of AutoDesk packages?

No brand loyalty, I'm just used to their UI.
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>>670296
blender
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bittorrent
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FreeCAD.

But seriously use something production-ready, such as Fusion 360.
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>>670298
>Blender
Is this the "install Gentoo" of /3/?
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>>670298
Not the guy that hates blender with a pasion, but without some specific plugins blender is not even remotley useful to someone who uses CAD software.
If I remember my time using the trial correctly, one of the main features is the fact that intersecting geometry merges in a clean way (if you know what you are doing)

But, there is a paid plugin that seems to do something similar.
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>>670296
>My student license for AutoCAD has run out.
Then get a new one.

>>670327
yeah makes sense
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>>670298
Massive Blender cultist here,
Blender is not CAD. Someone was working on a CAD branch of Blender, but I haven't heard anything about it in years.
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Fusion360
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Fusion360 is best free CAD I know of. Blender is NOT a CAD. Anyone trying to use it as such is a glutton for agony.
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You're either an idiot, lazy or intellectually bankrupt. Use a torrent or some shit.
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can't you apply as a hobbyst?
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