+1GlouGlou wrote: ↑Sat Feb 22, 2020 10:44 amGordon and TrimmedFace:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpFor5U ... dex=9&t=0s
Very nice GlouGlou, but I already know that you are good and I like how you have organized your tree
A small notice on tree organization, notice how in the catia video he organizes it sort of per "geometry type", your strategy is more like "per modeling steps", nothing wrong, one can do it in many different ways, some ways can also be better for some models and other for others, just wanted to mention it to show how thinking a bit about this organization structures and strategies can be useful when doing more serious models.
Also, if you open the dependency graph, you can see how everything is nicely connected (associated); how the model nicely grows from the bottom up and how there are no "free leafs" in the graph... It is one way to check how "clean" is the model structure. Free "leafs" (free features) that hang from the bottom can potentially mean an issue in the associativity of the model. Free leafs that hang from the top can potentially mean useless/forgotten features that can be deleted from the model (unless there is a special reason for keeping them). Since this model is clean, check JoinCurve001, Shell and Offset001 in your model SPAD1.FCStd https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic. ... 74#p326324 to maybe get a bit better understanding of this...
Only thing missing from this model, for a more proper "Part" structure, is that the basic sketches would all be based on a CS (should be the CS/Origin of the Part, but one could also "fake" it for such demos with an Local_CS).
IMO you should for sure start looking more in to the next level from Steven and HandleBar, if you are not already
As for sharing the models, IMO it would be good if you, and other users that make such nice things would have github and share them there, of course if you/they are willing to do so. One could then also chose a license for the models... hopefully an open one