This is something I'm working in my free time, a document (fcd2p.pdf) with technical drawings-examples for practice. I hope that this will help begginers to get familiar with FreeCAD.
Notice: This is not the final version.Probably there are some errors that I will remove the future( there is one missing E
), or I'll add more complex drawings. Until then enjoy in practice with current version.
This is a seriously awesome resource! It's basically an open source workbook for FreeCAD!
It reminds me of something I saw in the Open Source Ecology wiki, instructions on how to take a "FreeCAD test"
which involve recording one's desktop as some object is created, and then using Kdenlive to speed up the video into something that quickly shows how you create the object.
It looks like Kdenlive is cross-platform, although RecordMyDesktop appears to be Linux only. Still, there's an opportunity here: instructions could be included for basically self-submitting proof of work for this workbook onto Youtube, helping create even more educational content and raising the profile of FreeCAD.
What do you think? Do you plan on putting up a Github repo for the workbook?