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The Next Chapter

After 6 years serving the community, it’s with a heavy heart I announce that 3DTin will be shutting down. Why now?  3DTin was started in June 2010 as one of the first web based 3D CAD application. In the past … Continue reading

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Exporting Files from 3DTin

Exporting your work is a very straightforward process in 3DTin, this blog post will illustrate the steps. 1.  In the top, left hand corner of the 3DTin user interface, find the “Export” button. 2. A new window should open with … Continue reading

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Downtime due to backend issues

Update: The problem has been fixed. You should be able to access your documents without problems. Please note that we are aware of the issues users are facing while accessing their documents. We have identified the problem and working on … Continue reading

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3DTin has been acquired by Lagoa

I am happy to finally share with you an exciting news that we have been working on for past several months now. 3DTin has been acquired by a Montreal based dashing startup – Lagoa. For more than 3 years, 3DTin … Continue reading

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100,000 users and beyond

I am excited to share with you a significant milestone in 3DTin’s life. We just crossed 100,000 user signups. We are honoured that 100k users liked 3DTin and created an account to try it out. Since its humble beginning 3 years … Continue reading

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WebGL problems with latest Google Chrome update

Please note that after latest update of Google Chrome, WebGL has been accidentally broken. You may find 3DTin not working. We will keep monitoring the fix in Chrome WebGL, until then you can use Firefox to access 3DTin. Here’s the … Continue reading

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We are here

I haven’t written any new posts on this blog for a long time. That’s very unusual, given how regularly I used to write earlier. Today we all heard about the closure of TinkerCAD, the only other 3D modelling tool that … Continue reading

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