I placed a call to 3D, and they said that the new software will be
supported on NT and SGI.
Scott "Scooter" Sutterer wrote:
> At the 3DNASUG 3D Systems announced they are working on a program to
> replace Maestro. From what I understand this will be an entirely new
> program that runs on NT. I am guessing they will give it a new name
> too. 3D said it is due to be released by early 1999. Cost has not been
> Personally I will enjoy dumping my SGI. Don't get me wrong I like using
> my indigo but I hate maintaining it.
> ralott@CCGATE.HAC.COM wrote:
> > *****3D Systems decision for all new modifications in the Maestro software
> > to be only supported on NT workstations shall surely help those that
> > currently have and wish to maintain only SG workstations will continue
> > seeking third party development options.*****
> > I did not know that Maestro ran on NT, much less that 3D has announced to
> > support no other platform -- can anyone verify this?
> > Rick Lott
> > Hughes Space and Communications
> > Los Angeles Calif.
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