Solid modelling for beginners with Freecad

First of all, it is important to know some information about what FreeCAD is like, what it is used for, where it is used, and what is the price range. During the lecture a round of some parts of the software and some of the interfaces will be implemented. In this way, participants will be able to find the tools and commands they will need when using the software. It will also explain the use and possibilities of the vehicle during the course, but it will not focus primarily on a basic extractor and on the advanced and complex use of the software. The general procedures for creating a drawing will be shown, showing different ways of drawing depending on the type and shape of the part you want to produce using the tool. Since it is often the user's decision to draw a part based on his knowledge and experience, it is important to point out that the focus is on the possibilities presented by the software rather than on the teaching of specific techniques or tools.

Sketcher tools are very important and frequently used. Therefore, one lesson is all about the introduction of the Sketcher interface. Participants will learn how to draw the basic shapes and elements of each object or piece. Circles, rectangles, bows, lines, etc. will be explained. In addition to this information, participants will be able to practice all the simple forms by practicing a little more.

It is one of the fundamentals of the course to learn how to create a draft and how to shape it. The participant will be able to use drafting skills in the future and create an outline that will transform them into a 3D object using commands such as Rotate. In addition to transforming drafts into 3D objects, it also explains how ready-made objects can be used in 3D modeling. Cubes, cylinders, spheres, etc. and how they will be placed relative to each other in 3-D space will also be taught. He will learn how to use participant views and drawing styles, and how to change some features, such as line width, shape color, and even rotation.

The participant will have learned how to record a document at the end of the lesson and transfer it out so that it can be opened with other means. In addition to these, he will also learn to make the drawing ready to print as a technical document, and of course he will also learn to print his work to others.