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Monday, 13 July 2020

I FOUND SOMETHING NEW.

This is a short post showing a nifty trick in FreeCAD. It made my day when I discovered it.



After a drizzly day the sun is now shining and I really ought to go out mowing but tomorrow is forecast fine so I'll do it in the morning.
Have fun.

6 comments:

  1. Good dry day here today for harvest to start in the Winter barley

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    1. Rachel, we didn't drill any winter barley this year or last year but lower down I see it is a good week or more away. Depending on the weather the spring barley is about a month or more away at best but it is looking good.

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  2. Very nifty. I assume 'degrees of freedom' refers to parts which haven't been adjusted yet?

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    1. John, yes all lines have to be defined or constrained with a dimension and position. I am not good at CAD but prefer using Sketches as opposed to Primitives. I would normally constrain bits as I draw them but did it this way to show the clever Polyline feature.

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