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== Step 2 ==
 
== Step 2 ==
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importing existing parts
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Creating a new part
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extrude?
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revolve?
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loft?
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sketches?
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planes?
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features?
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wtf?????
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can I do ANY of these things??????
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draw a line? circle? ??
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if these thing are simply yet to be implemented... please at least indicate that.  I cant find ANY information about any of this!
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command line interface?

Revision as of 07:51, 30 January 2008

Note: FreeCAD is still in ALPHA state and not in shape for end user usage


Step 1 (install)

First of all (if not done already) download and install FreeCAD. See the Download page for informations about the actual Versions and Updates.

Step 2

importing existing parts

Creating a new part

extrude?

revolve?

loft?

sketches?

planes?

features?

wtf?????

can I do ANY of these things??????

draw a line? circle? ??

if these thing are simply yet to be implemented... please at least indicate that. I cant find ANY information about any of this!

command line interface?