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FreeCAD as input not accepted but cannot creat assemblies in a neutral fromat

By Thomas Sutrina on 19 Aug 03:20 1 answer 0 comments

FreeCAD only allows one to make an assembly in their format. You can not create a neutral file. And FreeCAD is not on your list of acceptable formats. Thus I can not create a 3D gallery file. Bonding the parts together has issues if gaps exist between moving parts.

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  • Thomas Sutrina
    Thomas Sutrina 6 months ago

    I wanted to assembly of my Atlas 10inch Lathe standard model ~ 1940s. It was created in freeCAD and then each part was filed in space (located in the assembly) in stp.

    OnShape has a public shared model version. OnShape on line can be used for free. The parts could have been made on OnShape, but I just inputted the part stp files and output an assembly stp file The pdf images can be made from either program..

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