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== Open design tools ==
 
== Open design tools ==
 
* [http://www.cocreate.com CoCreate] - CoCreate OneSpace.net is a commercial "internet-based collaboration solution tuned to the specific needs of engineering teams. Clients, suppliers and team members can easily come together for online meetings and project reviews, visualize complex 3D designs and manage project documentation."<ref>It might be considered inappropriate to use commercial, non-[[free/open source]] software to develop open designs, but of course it depends whether there are practical alternatives.</ref>
 
* [http://www.cocreate.com CoCreate] - CoCreate OneSpace.net is a commercial "internet-based collaboration solution tuned to the specific needs of engineering teams. Clients, suppliers and team members can easily come together for online meetings and project reviews, visualize complex 3D designs and manage project documentation."<ref>It might be considered inappropriate to use commercial, non-[[free/open source]] software to develop open designs, but of course it depends whether there are practical alternatives.</ref>

Revision as of 02:45, 7 October 2012

Open design is the application of open source methods to the creation of physical products, machines and systems.[1]

Open design tools

  • CoCreate - CoCreate OneSpace.net is a commercial "internet-based collaboration solution tuned to the specific needs of engineering teams. Clients, suppliers and team members can easily come together for online meetings and project reviews, visualize complex 3D designs and manage project documentation."[2]

Open design projects on Appropedia

All designs here are open in a sense, but some are more actively open.

Open design sites

Sites intended for design collaboration:

Wikis

Other sites

Notes

  1. Open design on an "Open Source wiki"
  2. It might be considered inappropriate to use commercial, non-free/open source software to develop open designs, but of course it depends whether there are practical alternatives.

Notes and references


See also

Interwiki links

External links