Just announced on Reddit:
It can import any given OpenSCAD script which is downloadable from the internet, >render) it and export) it as STL. Add the link of your script to the link of my application >and share it with other people.
And there is also a very naive implementation of a customizer.>>Example links:
) Scripts which have a dependency to another library, which has to be loaded >with include <path/to/file.scad> won't be able to render and export at the moment.
Hopefully a future version will allow loading dependencies.
This now supports exporting a DXF or SVG as shown in:
(unless you're running the Edge browser on Windows 11, then you'll get an error message)
which will allow one to load a file into a CAM tool such as Carbide Create and make a project on a CNC machine.
Discussing the DXF/SVG support on Github now:
(well, I asked, the developer provided, and now I'm actually thinking about it)
What would be the best way for this web version to differentiate between producing a DXF or STL?
Are there command-line hooks which could be used?
Would it be possible to set the "Generate_DXF_or_STL" variable using:
-D [ --D ] arg var=val -pre-define variables
and have that over-ride the Customizer setting?
(asked that on Github)
Is there some other aspect/feature which should be used?
With DXF/SVG support in place, I was able to work up a design using this and cut it:
You are a BUNDLE of energy! Wonderful stuff!
On 1/28/2024 8:16 PM, William F. Adams via Discuss wrote:
With DXF/SVG support in place, I was able to work up a design using
this and cut it:
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