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Any opensource design software for engineers!!!????

Discussion in 'Open Source' started by pratheesh_prakash, Dec 2, 2004.

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  1. pratheesh_prakash

    pratheesh_prakash New Member

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    are ther any FREE, FLEXIBLE, EASY TO INSTALL & USE, OPENSOURCE design software for engineers which has similar functionalities of softwares like IDEAS-8, NISA, PRO-E, etc on any platform
     
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    Hi,

    you can try gEDA , it is a full GPL'd suite of Electronic Design Automation tools. These tools are used for electrical circuit design, schematic capture, simulation, prototyping, and production.



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    hey i need a CAD software!!!!!!!!!!!!! that too free and should preferably work in both windows and linux
     
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    All good stuff is not free ;)
     
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    hey, here is a small list not sure about windoz :)

    Varkon, Tomcad, Thancad, Fandango, Lignumcad, Giram, Jcad, QSCad, FreeEngineer, Ocadis, PythonCAD, OpenCascade ...

    Please google to find out the links :)

    There is a software called LinuxCAD there, i have seen few professional houses to use this . But i will not prefer it as its not Free ( both in termas of Speech and Beer ) :)

    a.m
     
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    cad design tool

    use xfig. Its available with most linux distros
     
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