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*Earlier versions of AutoCAD (such as AutoCAD 2000 or 2002) running under [[Wine]] or in a virtual machine such as [[VirtualBox]]
*Earlier versions of AutoCAD (such as AutoCAD 2000 or 2002) running under [[Wine]] or in a virtual machine such as [[VirtualBox]]
*Proprietary versions such as [http://www.varicad.com/en/home/ VariCAD] which runs on both Windows and Linux platforms, or  [http://www.cad-schroer.com/index.php?&ziel=Products-MEDUSA-M4Personal&land=com&scr=1.1 Medusa4], which is free for personal use.
*Proprietary versions such as [http://www.varicad.com/en/home/ VariCAD] which runs on both Windows and Linux platforms, or  [http://www.cad-schroer.com/index.php?&ziel=Products-MEDUSA-M4Personal&land=com&scr=1.1 Medusa4], which is free for personal use.
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*Open-source applications such as [http://www.gcad3d.org/ gCAD3D] (in German) or [[Qcad]].
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*Open-source applications such as [http://www.gcad3d.org/ gCAD3D] (in German), [[FreeCad]] or [[Qcad]].
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Revision as of 23:51, 5 July 2010

Computer-aided design (CAD) is used in mechanical engineering and other areas to produce technical drawings of objects. There are a number of options available for MEPIS users:

  • Earlier versions of AutoCAD (such as AutoCAD 2000 or 2002) running under Wine or in a virtual machine such as VirtualBox
  • Proprietary versions such as VariCAD which runs on both Windows and Linux platforms, or Medusa4, which is free for personal use.
  • Open-source applications such as gCAD3D (in German), FreeCad or Qcad.

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