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Tinkercad is Dead !

Postby soehler » Wed Mar 27, 2013 4:25 am

I am very sad
The easyest 3D Cad ever made will close down.
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Re: Tinkercad is Dead !

Postby TLHarrell » Wed Mar 27, 2013 5:22 pm

https://tinkercad.com/

Yes, but they are working on something else which will likely be a good alternative to Tinkercad.

If anybody has projects/account there, I'd suggest grabbing all your data asap.

From the site:

The Tinkercad shutdown timeline will be:
Effective immediately we have closed sign-ups for new users
April 30 2013 - All free accounts will be changed to read only
August 31 2013 - All academic accounts will be changed to read only
December 31 2013 - All paid accounts will be changed to read only
June 31 2014 - Read only access for all users will be discontinued
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Re: Tinkercad is Dead !

Postby Winder » Wed Mar 27, 2013 6:00 pm

TLHarrell wrote:Yes, but they are working on something else which will likely be a good alternative to Tinkercad.


Unfortinately it looks like that isn't the case. I saw this on reddit:
This is Kai from Tinkercad.
Airstone is definitely a different product than Tinkercad, otherwise we would have just continued development in the same mainline. You can think of it as Matlab for solid shapes, except a Matlab powered by a supercomputer. That means it can do things like fluid flow analysis in seconds as opposed to waiting for hours for the computation.
I dare say we were especially focused on making sure paying accounts have enough transition time. Nine months seemed like a decent time for people to transition into new tools. Obviously that doesn't remove the sting of having to do the transition in the first place.
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