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I know that most of you have probably power Windows, but for those on Apple Mac OS, just to inform you that BabaCAD for Mac OS X are released in Mac App Store (low-cost, symbolic price). App includes a few more features compared to windows version. Developed as native Mac OS 64-bit application from scratch (1.8 Mb), multiple drawings interface with LISP scripting enabled in the bundle. Version updates will come in 2016 with more features and eventual bug fixes.
sepultura posted a topic in Useful LinksI want to inform you that BabaCAD is updated and you can download new 1.3 release at official website http://www.babacad.com or you can read great reviews at softandapps.info (spain), 4cad.info (poland), download.cnet.com etc... Most important to tell about this new release is AutoLisp compatibility (for most .lsp files). LISP is available as free extension module and you can download it from babacad website. LISP is beta and next updates will come with missing functions and fixes. LISP module comes with examples loaded at startup (chcolor.lsp, drawextent.lsp, gear.lsp). Users can edit bcad.mnu file for loading favorite lisp routines/commands and create custom toolbars (read bcad.mnu in support folder for details). defun c:mycommand (/ var1 var2) is supported so you can define custom commands. Regards, Mirza
BabaCAD is free, easy to use CAD software made from scratch and no engine dependent like many intellicad based free CAD applications. Uses opengl for fast running vector graphics. Download and install in seconds. Startup time less than second. Author idea is to collect user suggestions and wishes and make professional but free CAD software available for everyone. Download it at http://www.babacad.com 100% free, registration not required. From author who made first professional 3D simulation software for mitsubishi PA-10 seven DOF robot arm, published on 8th Mechatronics Forum International Conference in Enschede, Netherlands 2002.