OpenSCAD is an open source programming language and IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for parametric 3D design. It is used to create precise, customizable and easily modifiable designs ready for 3D printing. It has a growing developer community and is the tool used to create designs compatible with the MakerBot Customizer app: http://www.thingiverse.com/apps/customizer
You can download OpenSCAD from www.openscad.org/downloads.html
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Im new to 3d printing. Im having difficulty accessing the entire customizer page. I can change thje dimensions of the object but when I try to create the object the object i cannot see the Name line or anything underneath it. I had trouble with using Thingiverse with EDGE ans switch to Chrome. Im suse the problem is in a setting but i cant figure it out.
Putting a dimensioning component into OpenScad.
Im looking for a dimensioning tool that can be used in a 2d and 3d drawing. The ones I have tested do a job, however most have limited details on use and the text is impossible to enlarge, from what I can see. Also geometric drawing symbols would be great as well.
Does anyone know if this is being investigated, worked on or already done?
Auto 2d ISO Drawing cabability would be great too(from a 3d model)
I have a old uAtx motherboard and decided to design a desktop case for it (horizontal mount) . Maybe mount it under my desk as well.
There are plenty of customizable designs available but unfortunately my Prusa cant print a big enough box for this motherboard so am thinking to print it in two pieces.
Can anyone sugest a good solid way to mechanically join two pieces together. That will peobably be the base as well as the cover of the box.
Any examples would also help :)