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Autodesk buys TinkerCAD

In an announcement made over the weekend, Autodesk revealed that it will acquire the browser-based design application Tinkercad. With this acquisition, Autodesk is doubling down on easy-to-use 3D design software.

tinkercadTinkercad’s tag line is ‘mind to design in minutes’  and the browser-based 3D modeling removes technical barriers to allow anyone — designers and non-designers alike — to create prototype designs or professional-looking renders. The software takes a focus on helping to create ‘fun and meaningful’ things using 3D printers

The deal, which is scheduled to be completed within the next 30 days, will see Tinkercad’s software added to Autodesk’s 123D design suite. The 123D design suite represents Autodesk’s attempt at giving anyone with an idea easy to use tools to create 3D models.


With the Autodesk’s entry into the world of browser-based design tools, those who have a casual interest in 3D printing, or who just want to give the technology a spin, now have a much easier way of making that dream a reality.

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