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the software is difficult to work with, and it isn't simple "plug-n-play". I doubt it ever will be.
Quotethe software is difficult to work with, and it isn't simple "plug-n-play". I doubt it ever will be.As a thought experiment, consider the EAGLE PCB CAD program, which a lot of people try, with a relatively small percentage reaching any level of proficiency. Multiply the complexity by a third dimension. (You can delete the need for electronics knowledge, but add some need for mechanical integrity...)