CAD files for the case of the Neo will be made available
hansmbakker at gmail.com
Tue Jan 15 13:38:21 CET 2008
I would say that you need a 3d modelling program. QCad is 2D (maybe
2.5D as in that you can model a cross-section and say to the program
that the model should be axi-symmetrical with that cross-section)
Maybe http://www.gcad3d.org/ or
2008/1/15, Mikael Lammentausta <mikael.lammentausta at gmail.com>:
> What about qcad?
> 2008/1/15, Esben Stien < b0ef at esben-stien.name>:
> > Michael Shiloh < michael at openmoko.org> writes:
> > > The one that stood out to me was Blender. It's designed for much
> > > more, but 3D CAD is a solid part of its job.
> > Then you've misunderstood blender; it is definitely not CAD; it's an
> > artistic tool lacking severely in engineering tools.
> > > Her initial impression was that Blender is excellent for this kind
> > > of work.
> > Lacking splines and any kind of dimensioning, surfacing, etc, it's the
> > worst possible tool for the job.
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