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3D Slash Brings 3D Design To The Raspberry Pi

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3D Slash, a free 3D design application, is now fully Raspberry Pi-compatible and works on the Pi-Top, an educational minicomputer based on the Raspberry Pi.

The program allows students to design 3D objects on the single board computer, a feat unthinkable only a few years ago. By enabling users of the Pi-Top to move objects with the trackpad and interact with the keyboard you basically create a CAD/CAM system on a $25 budget.

“We are enthusiastic about releasing a new version of 3D Slash for the Raspberry Pi world,” said Sylvain Huet, CEO of 3D Slash.

You can download the app here. It also runs on OS X, Windows, and Linux.

via 3DPrint