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Autodesk – AutoCAD for Mac is coming

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Autodesk – AutoCAD for Mac is coming out this fall – interesting!

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2 Comments

  1. Great. Too bad they don’t have an affordable option for the 3d printing crowd – at $4k, I could build a lot of printers.

  2. Awesome. More importantly though, when are we getting Solidworks for Linux?

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