[OpenSCAD] ClikScad - create OpenSCAD models without all the typing
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Tue Oct 29 05:27:24 EDT 2019
> They seem to be much too complex for 3D printing as a single object. I
have to say I get the impression (perhaps wrongly) that some people are
trying to use OpenSCAD in situations where another CAD program would be
Why should OpenSCAD be limited to describing single objects? Most of my
designs have multiple printed parts and dozens of vitamins. Why would
another CAD tool be more appropriate? I use OpenSCAD because I am a
programmer with CNC tools, not a mechanical designer. Perhaps if I was
designing something as complex as a 737 plane OpenSCAD would run out of
steam but it easily copes with anything I build. The most complex being 3D
printers with perhaps 2000 parts, 100 of them printed.
On Tue, 29 Oct 2019 at 08:41, Robin2 <robin at nbleopard.com> wrote:
> kintel wrote
> > (e.g. are the two representations isomorphic?, how do you compose larger
> > objects? how do you manage abstractions?)
> Perhaps the most eloquent response I can make is that I have no idea what
> you mean by that. You clearly know a great deal more about OpenSCAD and how
> 3D models can be represented.
> I see some very esoteric discussions on this Forum but I cannot conceive of
> what the models behind them will be used for.They seem to be much too
> complex for 3D printing as a single object. I have to say I get the
> impression (perhaps wrongly) that some people are trying to use OpenSCAD in
> situations where another CAD program would be more suitable.
> > * Bundling such an editor with OpenSCAD
> I don't see any need for it in the near term. What could be useful for
> beginners is a page that can be accessed from the Documentation index
> (http://www.openscad.org/documentation.html?version=2015.03) that has
> to the various graphical front ends that are available and, perhaps, some
> guidance to help someone understand their differences and encourage people
> to try that approach to using OpenSCAD.
> Many thanks fr your interest,
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