Re: 3D Printers

L. J. Casey

well, I called and talked to someone and said I was a hobbyist, and that I was not using it for profit based activities, and the person I talked to (of course not using
straightforward language) told me it wasn't free for my uses.    Since I used to work for a software development company, I am sensitive to illegal use of software.    I have not
settled on/learned a particular CAD program, and have downloaded the blender tutorial, plus when my schedule calms down, I was planning on using the CAD learning lab at the local
FABLAB here.    May have to revisit the 360 site.   Seems a number of model railroaders have settled on Fusion360 as their go to CAD.

LJ Casey

On Thu, Jul 12, 2018 at 9:00 AM, Frank Sergent <fsergent@...> wrote:
Yes. But its not AutoCAD and not Inventor.
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Subject: Re: [Sergent Engineering] 3D Printers
From: "Mike Conder" <vulturenest1@...>
Date: 7/12/18 9:48 am

This is through Autodesk?
Mike Conder

On Thu, Jul 12, 2018 at 1:59 AM Michael Graff via Groups.Io <> wrote:
Regarding the Fusion 360 software, it is always free for hobbyists.
I've had it myself for a few years now, and I just have to renew the hobbyists license annually.



Loren Casey

Loren Casey
Maryville, IL

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