How to install Wings 3D Subdivision Modeler on Ubuntu

Wings 3D is a free and open source subdivision modeler application for Linux, MaxOS and Windows. Using this you can create, model and texture 3D polygon models. You can add textures to your model using the AutoUV. It comes with common tools like sweep, plane cut, circularise, intersect, bend, shear, inset, scale, rotate, extrude, bevel, bridge, cut, and weld. It supports virtual mirror for symmetrical modeling and magnets and magnet masking.

Wings 3D


Install Wings 3D on Ubuntu

You can install Wings 3D via the native installer script and flatpak package. Go to the below download link and download the file in the Downloads folder. The file will look like “wings-2.2.5-linux.bzip2.run“. You can change the below commands based on your downloaded file name.

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Download

Open your terminal (ctrl+alt+t) and run below commands one by one.

cd Downloads
sudo chmod +x ~ wings-2.2.5-linux.bzip2.run
sudo ./wings-2.2.5-linux.bzip2.run

Install Wings 3D via Flatpak:

First install and configure flatpak and flathub on your sytem . Follow below tutorial for that.

How to install flatpak on ubuntu

After that restart your system and in terminal(ctrl+alt+t) run this command.

flatpak install flathub com.wings3d.WINGS

Then run Wings 3D by using this command.

flatpak run com.wings3d.WINGS
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