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snoCAD-X v1.0.7.b

snoCAD-X is an open source CAD program for designing skis and snowboards. It was written by Dan Graf of Graf Snowboards in 2007 and has been widely used since then. In 2014 it was open sourced here in order to allow the greater ski and snowboard bulding community to carry it forward.

snoCAD_X is published on Github at https://github.com/mikemag/snoCAD-X

More information about ski and snowboard construction can be found at SkiBuilders.com.

Documentation

See the snoCAD-X User’s Guide for an overview of how to use and configure snoCAD-X.

License

snoCAD-X is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 except as otherwise noted. See LICENSE for details.

Current Release

See the Releases page for the current release, which includes release notes and links to download binaries.

Simply download the zip and double-click snoCAD-x.jar to launch the app on any platform with Java installed. See the release notes for more details.

Dependencies

snoCAD-X currently depends on the following packages:

  • Built with NetBeans 8.0.1
  • iText 2.1.4
  • jlfgr 1.0
  • Swing 1.0.4

Contributing

If you're a software developer who is into ski and snowboard construction or CAD and you're interested in helping out on snoCAD-X then let's chat. Open up an issue with what you want to work on and we'll work out the details there, or fork the repo, make some changes and put up a pull request!

Disclaimers

For contributions from Dan Graf: I am providing code in this repository to you under an open source license. Because this is my personal project, the license you receive to my code is from me and not from my employer.

For contributions from Mike Magruder: I am providing code in this repository to you under an open source license. Because this is my personal repository, the license you receive to my code is from me and not from my employer (Facebook).