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Fusion 360 on Linux: How to Run It

Fusion 360 is a powerful tool, but it's not supported by Linux. Read on for a few workarounds to get Fusion 360 on Linux!

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Linux CAD Software: The Best Programs of 2022

CAD software is an essential tool, but what are the options for Linux users? Check out our picks of the best Linux CAD software.

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How to Install OctoPrint on Linux/Ubuntu

OctoPrint on Linux is a great combination for diehard Linux and 3D printing fans. Read on for an OctoPrint-Linux installation guide!

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SolidWorks on Linux/Ubuntu: How to Run It

SolidWorks is powerful software that's only available for Windows. Learn about how to get started with SolidWorks on Linux/Ubuntu!

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AutoCAD on Linux/Ubuntu: How to Run It

AutoCAD is only available for Windows and MacOS, but there's always a workaround! Find out how to run AutoCAD on your Linux setup.

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LinuxCNC on Raspberry Pi: How to Make It Work

If you're looking to enhance and simplify your DIY CNC setup with LinuxCNC, Raspberry Pi 4 is your friend. Read on to learn more!

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LinuxCNC: A Simple Guide

LinuxCNC is a flexible and powerful software that could take your CNC machine to the next level. Read to find out if it's a good fit for you.

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Cura & Linux: How to Make Them Work Together

Running Cura on Linux is easier than you think. With a few quick steps, get Cura onto your Linux machine and you're ready for a first print!

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This Hack Turns Your Ultimaker 3 into an Ambient Light

The folks at Doodle3D have been tinkering around with the Ultimaker API. Their first test? To take control of the Ultimaker 3's lighting.

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Zero Terminal is a Tiny Linux PC in a 3D Printed Case

This dinky device is called Zero Terminal, a portable Linux PC built using a Raspberry Pi, a smartphone keyboard, and a 3D printed case.

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