123D Design 1.5
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What's new in 123D Design 1.5:
- Text command to support the Offline Text creation.
- Edit, explode and extrude text.
- Export or Save a selection as an STL or 123DX file.
- One button push of a selection into Meshmixer, 123D Make and 3D printing.
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123D Design comes with natural design and editing tools that you can use to create 3D models. What is more, you can 3D print your model or send it to Autodesk’s fabrication service to make it for you.
From 123D Design’s main window you can easily start with one of the primitive shapes and use them in order to build your model. 123D Design is capable to create natural connections between your parts and align or snap objects to various connection points.
123D Design allows you to start with a flat surface and build your 3D model from a simple sketch. On top of that, you can add realistic materials such as ceramic, plastic, wood, glass or metal and preview your project before printing it.
You can easily define your specifics and enable or disable the alignment and snap features. When you are happy with you model you can save your design to your Mac’s hard disk or to My Projects in order to have later access from 123D Design web and other computers.
What is more, 123D Design features support for 3D print and allows you to prepare and 3D print your model using the Autodesk 3D Print Utility.
Moreover, 123D Design allows you to preview and analyze various 3D projects created by other 123D Design users directly from within the application. You can use the discovered shared projects in your own design or find inspiration in other projects.
To conclude, 123D Design is a comprehensive application that provides a clean and simple user interface designed to help you focus on your work and transform your ideas into real life 3D models.
123D Design was reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on October 23rd, 2014
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.7 or later (Intel only)
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