jbarrec at gmail.com
Sun Oct 18 13:47:46 UTC 2015
Thanks Guan. This is very helpful!
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> On Oct 18, 2015, at 9:36 AM, Guan Yang <guan at yang.dk> wrote:
> Yes. Tinkercad's particular constructive solid geometry model might seem a bit limiting, but you can do a lot of things with it.
> Way back when, we used to recommend Google Sketchup to beginners. Tinkercad is probably the best choice to get started with modeling today.
> If you want something that can be programmable and parametric, you could look at something like OpenSCAD. Fusion 360 is also worth looking at for something more capable; it has a different model, though, based on a constraint solver.
>> On Oct 18, 2015, at 09:31, Joseph Barreca <jbarrec at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Good morning HM!
>> I am interested in learning more about 3D printing. Do you suggest starting with Tinkercad to create my first design?
>> I don't have any specific project in mind at the moment but would like tinker around and see how the software and process works.
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