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  1. BlackCalvinist

    BlackCalvinist New Member

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    Just picked up my Robo 3D Plus last night. Haven't unboxed yet, but soon (probably this evening).

    Hunting for the easiest software to do my designing in. Hopefully something along the lines of Adobe Illustrator (or to date myself even more Specular Infini-D....that tells you how long I've been playing with Macs) that's intuitive and will have me spending more time printing and less time designing.

    Anyway, looking forward to interacting with you all. :)
     
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    Geof Volunteer Moderator
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    Hello! Welcome!
     
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    Welcome to the forums ,and RoBo 3D.
     
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    The goal is to spend MORE time designing and less time mucking with your printer :) I get what you mean though.

    I think illustrator actually has some limited 2D to 3D capabilities.

    For really simple design, programs like 123Design, TinkerCAD, and Morphi are great starting points.
     
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