Studio Basic netfabb Basic is available to anybody, it is free just like in free beer, and runs on Windows, Linux or Mac. netfabb Basic is not just a viewer, it provides mesh edit, repair and analysis capabilities to everyone already being or aspiring to become part of this fantastic, growing, creative, high-tech industry called Additive Manufacturing, Rapid Prototyping or 3D Printing. netfabb Basic is available and is just one click away. Its compact size of only a few megabytes allows a quick download, an easy installation and the handling of STL and slice files within seconds.
Alias Tutorial : Displacement Mapping In the last tutorial, we built NURBS surfaces for embossed lettering on a beer bottle. This time we’ll use Displacement Mapping to create a polygon model suitable for rapid prototyping or rendering. Usually Displacement Mapping is a rendering ‘trick’ to give a surface a complex look without having to model it. However, we can also use this technique to create a real model – a polygon (mesh) - which is a good enough for prototyping and design development. In this tutorial we’ll create a logo graphic (as .jpg or .tif), and use it as a displacement map to emboss a logo onto the shoulder surface of a beer bottle. Start by creating a shader with a displacement map and applying it to your surface. Create Low Poly Art From 3D Models: 9 Steps The first step is to choose the 3D geometry you wish to make into low poly art! There are several options for the source of your 3D model. 1) Create your own The most fun method is to simply create your own 3D model! If you're not experienced with CAD or computer graphics, there are still some great options.
heekscad - Free CAD based on Open CASCADE There is a fork of HeeksCAD at However, I have been working on this Google Code version quite a lot, recently. I have gone back to my older undo code and HeeksCAD is now quicker and easier for me to understand. WorldSkills International Level 2 projects include more advanced topics ideal for use at a national competition, or in an advanced class within your institution. The projects cover WorldSkills Module 1 (Mechanical Assemblies and Detail Drawings for Manufacture) and Module 3 (Mechanical Design Challenge), which require modification of an existing design and/or fulfillment of a design brief. Tasks: 6-Legged Robot (WorldSkills Module 3) Redesign a single part to fix a mechanical clasp, and produce a technical drawing to show your change. Then modify the cover of the robot, and produce numerous rendered images and animations to showcase these changes. 1-Data Sets (438M) |
Low Poly Illustration, What's the Secret? Low Poly was a technique originally used for making 3D models and scenes for videogames, due to its render speed, which was achieved thanks to low polygonal resolution. We recently published a post about the “Geo a Day” project, which uses this precise technique. To produce this kind of illustration, you can use basically any 3D software, but Cinema 4D is widely used because of its versatility and simplicity when it comes to modelling, lighting and visual effects, whereas other tools such as Maya or 3ds Max present a much steeper learning curve. Cinema 4D for absolute beginners Actually, this kind of scene is very easy to create compared with architectural visualization, photorealistic renders or any animation techniques. You don't need a lot of experience modelling or understanding cameras and materials.
KiCad EDA Software Suite - Kicad EDA - KiCad EDA KiCad is an EDA software suite for the creation of professional schematics and printed circuit boards up to 32 copper layers with additional technical layers. KiCad runs on Windows, Linux and Apple OS X and is released under the open-source GNU GPL v2 free of charge. If you like KiCad or are making a good living using KiCad in your toolset, you should consider donating funds used for development.
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KiCadLib: Device and Footprint Library for KiCad This is a collection of electronic device symbols and footprints for KiCad which is used by other projects on open-project.ch. Please leave a comment, if you find this library useful! Download The library can be downloaded from github at Be aware that the latest version of KiCad uses different internal units (mm instead of deci-mills) and thus footprints designed in the latest version are incompatible with older versions. Therefore, two branches exist in the git repository: master for the latest KiCad version, deci-mills for older versions.
Catia Tutorial: Using 3D Modeling Software for 3D Printing This tutorial is for 3D printing enthusiasts who are already familiar with CATIA and would like to know the tricks for making a 3D printable model with CATIA. Throughout this tutorial, you will learn the best practices for modeling, correcting and exporting an object to be 3D printed. By the end of this tutorial, you’ll have mastered: CATIA is a modeling program geared toward the modeling of industrial objects, but it can be used for much more than just that. Its function relies on the use of waves and NURBS for the base of its functions.
Recreating Size and Measurments From Images You find yourself browsing the internet and looking at all the cool things other people have made, things for sale but you want to make improvements in, or you just want to try you hand at building it yourself. You go to their website and look closely at their images and find lots of descriptions about what it is and how they use it but nothing about how it was made, and no patterns. So you start thinking, "I want to make one like that but I would really like a plan or some measurements to start from." There are some amazingly smart people who can take a look at something and will just build it hit or miss on the sizes and everything just works out. But if you are like me and don't have the instantaneous knack of mentally reproducing unseen measurements in your head, or don't have the resources to be able to build hit or miss this will help get a basic guide on how to reproduce some of the measurements and get a basic plan together.
Made to Last: Duffle Coat Knowing its history makes anything so much more fascinating and valuable to me. Where it started, why they made it and how they did it….. I’m curious. This is where I spread my curiosities and share some stories.