Just a thought but perhaps::
What do you think about the following?Montoya88 wrote:ping
Kunda1 wrote: ↑Fri Jul 21, 2017 9:14 amFor example: issue #1240
The ticket also describes adding welding symbols, but that is a different story altogether.
Kunda1 wrote: ↑Wed Jul 26, 2017 9:01 pmWhat do you think about the following?
Sorry I've been offline for some time, but I browsed through the links you've provided Kunda1and I'm blown away. I will look into it further as soon as possible, but from what I see that is exactly what I need.Kunda1 wrote: ↑Fri Jul 21, 2017 9:14 amFor example: issue #1240
My wb contain some tools to create frames. I think flamingo wb has some similar tools, and is way more advanced. I do not have a use-case for the mentioned topics, so I don't think I have time to implement something like this...Kunda wrote:@looo what are your thoughts on possibly integrating welding in to your WB ?
For example: issue #1240
Screenshot: https://freecadweb.org/tracker/file_dow ... 0&type=bug
Screenshot: https://freecadweb.org/tracker/file_dow ... 8&type=bug
Screenshot: https://freecadweb.org/tracker/file_dow ... 9&type=bug
This seems to be a new topic. You may search the forum for installation and usage of the Animation Workbench. The basic idea of FreeCAD animations is to control some of the constraints with a python script.Montoya88 wrote: ↑Mon Aug 28, 2017 7:00 amOk, I've seen video on a combustion engine for a car, an the user was able to have all the parts moving and functioning as intended.
Now I can see this could be handy in the future. I have a file that I have just made of a "butterfly" hinge, and I'm hoping this simple part would be something to start with when I learn to use this feature.
Any leads, videos, help, is greatly appreciated, and if any discrepancies are found with the methods used to create the part I'd love to now.