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  1. #11

    Quote Originally Posted by LondoJowo
    That is strange as I installed Qcad during the installation of SuSE.

    Anyways, I am going to download QCad soon, and try that out. I really have no 3D expierence, but I think I will ry it out. Thanks!

  2. #12
    Linux Engineer LondoJowo's Avatar
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    Here's link to the rpm for Qcad. Download, go to location where you saved the file, click or double click depending on your mouse setting, click on install with Yast.

  3. #13

    Open source 3D cad software

    Try this one, its equivalent. I have been using AutoCAD since version 10 through V2004. It has its uses. But BRL-CAD is a true solid modeler, I mean built that way from day one. Its not a AutoCAD replacement but BRL-CAD is very good at what it does. You can also use gEDA for electronics design, its eqiuvalent to OrCAD. You should be able to find both a or just google for them.

    Here is BRL-CAD's site and some general info.
    BRL-CAD Home Page

    Hope it helps.

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    SuperMod (Back again) devils casper's Avatar
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    Hi and Welcome to the LinuxForums.
    Thanx for sharing info with us.
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