Hey everyone, today I wanted to showcase one of THE best free CAD programs that I have EVER used. So I come from a background of using SolidWorks, and after using SolidWorks for years, I find that a lot of the free options just seem lacking. This is the first program that made me stop and go WOW, that is incredible. So this is DesignSpark Mechanical, and let me show you what it's all about. So you have the sketch laying here and I can sketch on it like you can with most programs, and I can draw this rectangle and just start typing in the dimensions. So I say I want this 40 millimeters by 20 millimeters -- it'll make that sketch and then I can then grab this sketch and pull it into a three dimensional...
I agree with everything Robin2 said down to Ubuntu as being the "best overall support" under Linux....
Maybe never mind then.When I start something on the computer, the last thing I want to consider is support.
When I start something on the computer, the last thing I want to consider is support.
It was mention that the CD version was better than stick.
Thank you for the information and the links. Already head toward Linux, I decide to take the plunge and try it out. I know when I first looked at Linux there was very little support from the vendors. Now in the new century there is a lot of support that I see. Question, It was mention that the CD version was better than stick. It is worth the $35.00 for a CD drive or not. My laptop has no drive. Aw maybe I should just get one. Never know when I might have to get one any way.
that you try something and it'll work
Debian has become very simple to install, why choose copies?