FreeCAD CAD Design Software

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Chris posted this 4 days ago

My Friends,

I want to share my thoughts on FreeCAD. FreeCAD is Free and Open Source Software!

Please, help support the Free, Open Source Community! I am not an affiliate of FreeCAD, I only want to support their excellent effort!

 

Here is my first attempt to draw something in 3D or technically 2.5D I believe:

 

I am very impressed! I am no expert and am only learning, but I am super impressed for how easy this is to pickup and start using! Lots of great help videos out there and lots of very good support also!

Keys:

  • Shift + Right Mouse Click = Rotate.
  • Ctrl + Right Mouse Click = Move Model.

 

I hope soon, I will be onto complex models that I can only dream of atm. wink

Best wishes, stay safe and well My Friends,

   Chris

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baerndorfer posted this 4 days ago

i came across freecad 2 years ago. in the past i did a lot of work on autodesk software (autocad, 3dsmax). freecad is great but sometimes you will find it difficult to work with.

i had to construct a new sensorplate for a BLDC motor and did it with freecad (v0.19 dailybuild) without problems.

great software!

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