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    Hello, i have question about 3D software. I work in polygraphy i every day make any paper box, advertising stands from acrylic etc. I would to study any software for 3D design and visualization. But i dont know what is standard for this work. I make visualization in Bender 3D, but this software have problem with export vectors from Illustrator. I think that isnt standard for technical design, even though I like Blender very much. What you think Turbo CAD, 3D Max, Maya, Solidworks, Sketchup, Cinema 4D Thank you.





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