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Tinkercad – Design physical things in your browser (just got $1m)

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Tinkercad – Design physical things in your browser.

Have your first 3D project ready for printing in minutes. Tinkercad is a new and faster way of creating designs for your 3D printer. With the help of the latest web technology you can now use a solid modeling CAD directly in your browser.

The user interface is designed to get things done fast and to be quick to learn. With only three basic tools you can create a wide range of useful things. Once your project is ready simply download the STL file and start your 3D print.

They just received $1m in funding.


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1 Comment

  1. I wanted to try it, but it looks like they require you to create an account in order to do anything. (Anon does not create accounts on random websites.)

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