CAD for normal people

Rob Annable notes the existence of LeoCAD, a CAD program that uses “bricks similar to those found in many toys (but they don’t represent any particular brand)” to let you build models. (Convoluted way of avoiding saying “Lego“, but the Lego people are not all that tolerant about use of their brand.) Anyway, it lets you build brick models. I was hoping that it was going to be “Oop!“, as described in Douglas Copeland’s MIcroserfs, but it’s not quite that cool. (See the Oop section a third of a way down this page.)

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