Monday, February 1, 2016

LDraw All-In-One-Installer 2015-02

Willy Tschager  (LDraw.org Content Manager) has just sent us the following message:


An updated version of the LDraw[1] All-In-One-Installer, in short AIOI, has been released. 

The AIOI supports Windows XP (Home and Pro), Windows Vista or higher (all versions). On 64-Bit Operating Systems it will install in the "Program files (x86)" folder. The Installer will NOT run on Windows 95, 98, ME, NT Ver 4, 2000, or XP below SP2. 
It contains the following changes:

Upgraded to LDraw Parts Library 2015-02
Upgraded to LPub3D 1.3.4.591.2
Upgraded to LDCad 1.5
Added LSulpt 0.5.0
Added tons of OMR-Models
Lets you decide the location of the LDraw parts library
You can download the AIOI from: 

Home > Help > Get Started > LDraw All-In-One-Installer 

Many thanks to all the programmers who contributed to this release. 

Willy Tschager 
(LDraw.org Content Manager)


[1] LDraw is an open standard for LEGO CAD programs that allow the user to create virtual LEGO models and scenes. You can use it to document models you have physically built, create building instructions just like LEGO, render 3D photo realistic images of your virtual models and even make animations.


I have been building quite a lot with LDCad and using LPub3D to create instructions and a lot of improvements have been made to the programs over the last fe months. If you don't already have these programs installed be sure to update them, either using the AIOI or doing so manually one by one!

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