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Mais software CAD disponível para Linux, e embora não seja software livre, torna-se claro para as empresas de software que é de apostar estes aplicativos específicos para plataforma Linux. Falo do VariCAD, um sistema 2D/3D para engenharia mecânica.

VariCAD is a 3D/2D CAD system for mechanical engineering. In addition to standard tools for 3D modeling and 2D drafting, the CAD system provides tools for sheet metal unbending and crash tests, assembly support, libraries of standard mechanical parts (ANSI, DIN) and symbols, mechanical part calculations and tools for working with bills of materials (BOM) and title blocks. VariCAD supports STEP, STL, IGES, DWG and DXF file formats.

The comprehensive CAD software enables designers to quickly create, evaluate, and modify their models. It is compact, fast, easy to use, and provides everything one needs for mechanical design. The CAD system is sold "fully loaded", including all features and functions, for one affordable price.

E os grandes players que ainda não portaram os seus softwares para o Linux, que se acautelem e avancem também, ou depois poderá já ser tarde...

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Fonte: http://tuxvermelho.blogspot.com/2007/05/mais-software-cad-para-linux.html

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E este software é compatível com os ficheiros de AutoCAD da Autodesk e/ou SolidWorks?

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