What thread do you want to discuss Flamingo in ? ..so people knowoddtopus wrote: ↑Sun May 28, 2017 10:11 amThat's right... it began like a feature announcement but now it may be continued under another subject.
Let me just end-up this.
Thank You for your support. Your interest in this set of tools, though it's less than one year I'm developing it, is a pleasant surprise.
Unfortunately I'm not going to merge pull requests at the moment because I'm not full familiar with github and I shall know what I'm doing before to do that.
Also for a matter of time I would not be able to review in detail pull requests, so I prefer to collect suggestions and bug reports and introduce them in the code by myself, at least for now. In this regard I still invite you to continue to send any suggestion or to report bugs on the forum (in discussion/development! ).
No need to say: let me know also the hacks you'll likely make to that module.
I started a new Flamingo WB discussion thread at https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=22711jmaustpc wrote:Hi all, please remember that this is a Feature Announcement forum, please place discussion/development etc. post in an appropriate forum.
This looks great. I'm a mechanical engineer working to ASME B31.X standards. I always though it woukd be cool to do piping work in FreeCAD.renatorivo wrote: ↑Thu May 11, 2017 8:36 pmThanks, this works pretty well.
I also tried to use threaded fittings. The shape is converted to structure and replicated correctly.
The complicated thing is align the shapes without using Assembly
No way to create a csv file for threaded fittings? Can I join a small piece of tube with an elbow?