Hi,

Does any one know of any program where i can draw stuff in 3d space ( or may be 2d).. give some mesaurements like angle, length etc and it can find the rest of the measurements which i want.... hope you understand what i mean....

vasanth

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- 05-17-2004vasanthGeometry Calc
Hi,

Does any one know of any program where i can draw stuff in 3d space ( or may be 2d).. give some mesaurements like angle, length etc and it can find the rest of the measurements which i want.... hope you understand what i mean....

vasanth - 05-17-2004Shadow12345
there is a program out there called mathematica which was used to generated 3D solids and render them for the chapter in my book entitled 'vector calculus' and 'curves in 3d space', but I don't know how much it costs. Mathworld.com speaks of it often

- 05-17-2004EvBladeRunnervEQuote:

my book entitled 'vector calculus'

- 05-17-2004Shadow12345
no i don't think so

- 05-17-2004golfinguy4
Mathematica costs a fortune if you don't pirate it (like many do).

- 05-17-2004PerspectiveQuote:

Originally Posted by**vasanth**

my only guess would be Auto-CAD (which also costs a fortune)

try looking for some other architecture style CAD program. They usually deal with drawing in polar coordinates so angles can be specified easily and measurments taken.