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  Inventor is for programmers writing 3D applications, and does not
  directly provide any way for users to create 3D objects. Several
  Inventor applications have been written that create 3D objects.
  Showcase 3.0, which is bundled with IRIX, is a fairly simple
  example.  A much more sophisticated modeller called Ez3d built on
  top of Inventor is available from Radiance Software International.

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