Features – The program allows for modeling features like primitive creations, Boolean operations and offset. You can make use of the command line version with footprints of low memory as server and there are workbenches and macro recording to make your work easier.
The program can be run as Python module and it contains built-in scripting.
Features – The program can be used for the modification and construction of ellipses, splines, polylines, arcs, circles, raster images texts and dimensions. It provides block and layer support, multi-document interface as well as ECMA scripting interface – which is not available in the free community edition.
The user interface translates to a number of international languages including German, Chinese, Italian, Dutch, Welsh, Russian, Turkish, French and Greek.
Features – The image processing tools in the program supports ordinary formats like SUN, PS, PNG, RLE and PPM. The signal processing utilities makes use of raw data streams with respect to certain criteria and the network package library makes connections with multiplexes by the implementation of client-server network.
Also, the geometry modeling kernel delivers geometric processing and ray-trace analysis through a high performance C API.
Features – The modeling data is available in form of 2d and 3d geometric modeling and the foundation classes provides for services like strings and other quantities, manipulation aggregates of data in classes and primitive types. Data exchange capabilities allows for cascade applications that are open to make data exchange with other applications, using interfaces like STEP AP214 IGES AP203. Open cascade makes available a number of ready-to-use algorithms that makes it possible for graphic presentations to be created from geometric models; this is to ensure for effective data structure visualization.
Brendan Garrett is a CAD Technician who makes the most of the free 3D models that he finds in software such as FreeCAD.