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Looking for a Tool (software) to draw a meshy cube

Posted on 2007-04-08
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Dear experts:

Hi again!

I am looking for an application to draw a meshy cube like the one at http://www.sddff.com/index.ppt

Thanks a lot!

duta
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Take a look at Microsft Visio.
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I already checked Visio.
But I am not quite sure how to draw meshy object with Visio.

Can you kindly give specific instructions how to that?

Thanks!
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TO: moderator:

I found other applications like Google Sketch.  Visio is not the one that I was looking for.  

Please close this topic.

Thanks!
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