[ Architecture Masterpiece ] Farnsworth's House FreeCAD model

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Re: Farnsworth's House FreeCAD model

Postby vocx » Thu Mar 05, 2020 5:36 pm

paullee wrote: Tue Mar 03, 2020 7:03 pm And always wonder if and how Flamingo / Dodo WB help in your model workflow.
I don't like Dodo too much.

I mean, it's a good idea being able to create frames and pipes, but some of the programming decisions made, the way the tools are implemented in the workbench seem hackish to me. Also, the documentation is hard to follow, it's basically videos of the author, "look, do it like I'm doing it here".

I would really like to re-work that workbench and somehow integrate it into Arch, but that would require some serious refactoring and may take years at the current pace.
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Re: Farnsworth's House FreeCAD model

Postby paullee » Thu Mar 05, 2020 6:12 pm

I had used some time to follow a small part of the tutorial but not actually using it for modelling so forget the workflow quickly indeed :)
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Re: Farnsworth's House FreeCAD model

Postby bitacovir » Fri Mar 13, 2020 2:11 am

Working on the Core of the house and the mechanical room.
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