Starting parts

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Re: Starting parts

Postby obijuan » Tue Dec 09, 2014 8:24 am

Wow!!!!

Thanks you very much yorik and normandc! :-)
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Re: Starting parts

Postby r-frank » Wed Jan 28, 2015 7:43 pm

Hello guys.

AFAIK the only mentioning of your Library is here in this thread, right ?
So I added it in the wiki as "FreeCAD Library".

Then I realised that A LOT MORE PROJECTS are also missing in the list and i added them all.
Hopefully this list will grow.

Thanks for your work on the Library.

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Re: Starting parts

Postby NormandC » Thu Jan 29, 2015 12:59 am

r-frank wrote:AFAIK the only mentioning of your Library is here in this thread, right ?

Also here: viewtopic.php?f=9&t=5593
And a couple topics link to it.

It was also mentioned in Release notes 014.
r-frank wrote:So I added it in the wiki as "FreeCAD Library".

Good idea.
r-frank wrote:Hopefully this list will grow.

I'm sure it will! :)
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Re: Starting parts

Postby MrFreez » Thu Jan 29, 2015 10:56 am

Hi !

Congratulation for your job ! It's a good beginning!
I'm a new user of FreeCAD (I try it 3 years ago but it was too young to work with) since november 2014. In real life, I'm a mechanical engineer. I use NX, Pro Engineer and SolidWorks in my job but for my personal projects i decided to work with totally open software and to release my job.
So, i would like to add mechanical and electrical components in FreeCAD Library.

I think that i success yesterday to use git for the first time and to commit my first part.
I hope that there will be many others in the future.

ps : Speak and write english isn't my first quality ... sorry :)
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Re: Starting parts

Postby ickby » Thu Jan 29, 2015 11:50 am

Hello MrFreez,

nice to hear from your contribution! I just want to give you a link to bolts: http://www.bolts-library.org/de/index.html For special parts the part library is very well suited, but if you are interested in adding standarized parts like screws or whatever this may be the better place. It will be included in freecad in one of the next releses and already works as nice addon.
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Re: Starting parts

Postby MrFreez » Fri Jan 30, 2015 9:34 am

Thanks, Bolts is a very interesting library for standards mechanical components. But i'm not good enough with FreeCAD to contribute to Bolts right now.

Otherwise, I would subdivided one directory of the "FreeCAD library" to do the difference between 2 type of headers (in electrical parts).
One directory for headers with 2.54mm pitch and an other directory for headers with 2mm pitch (I need these headers to create a model of cubieboard 2).

Can I do this in my fork on GitHub and submit the changes or do I need permission of somebody to modify the directories structure ?
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Re: Starting parts

Postby vikingsraven » Mon Mar 02, 2015 12:51 pm

Hi,
id like to be able to add some models to the repositary.
Im a design engineer, working with solidworks. But at home using freecad on both windows and ubuntu. I can see this program becoming very very useful.
My main fields are robotics and hydraulic/ pneumatics. I also have electronics projects that i work on.
Maybe a link to the repository in the help section of freecad, would make it more useful.
Any hope i can be of help.
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Re: Starting parts

Postby clintonsam75 » Wed Apr 29, 2015 7:47 am

I just came across this thread and since it's really, really long, I'm not going to read through it. I just want to say that for any kind of repository to be actually useful to most people that it must be integrated with the software. This is the type of thing I had in mind when I first asked about a library of parts back when I first signed up here at the forum https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SanPyZhLq6w. This is actually useful and intuitive from a user's perspective.
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Re: Starting parts

Postby fran6t » Wed Jul 08, 2015 8:05 pm

Hello, i've modelised 3d hotend for a project and i would share in your github.
The part initial is from http://wiki.e3d-online.com/wiki/E3D-v6_Documentation but i have simplified because it's just for
an assembly of parts needed.
I've made a pull request from my github to yorik depository, i hope this part is ok and category
My username on github is fran6t

Sorry for my very poor english

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Re: Starting parts

Postby pinguindark » Wed Oct 14, 2015 12:33 am

hi, I'm working in other version of GT2 pulley and I want write access to the repository to share.

github username https://github.com/pinguindark

I have redy the commit :D

Thank