Autodesk’s Project Butterfly makes it possible for Mac users to edit CAD drawings for the first time. What was until recently an uncharted territory is now publicly available, and for free.
In short, Project Butterfly from Autodesk is a Web-based application that enables CAD editing without any installation or download of any kind. Apart from web access, Project Butterfly has features that accelerate the design process by allowing multiple users to work on the same drawing simultaneously or separately. Read more in our first post.
Because Project Butterfly is Web-based, it can run on Mac and Linux just as it does on a PC, the traditional platform for CAD editing. Project Butterfly can also run on every browser, as long as it has Adobe Flash installed.
Are you a designer with a desktop PC but travel with a Macbook?
Are you a professional but your clients have Macs?
If one of the above applies to you, then try Project Butterfly.
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