FreeCAD users open to work

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Aleks
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thomas-neemann wrote: Fri Jan 28, 2022 4:48 pm here are the commands i use

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I have added you to Part and Draft.
Everything I say is from the perspective of a mechanical engineer that is interested in tools to help create machines and other physical products. If you know what 2006/42/EG is, I would like to talk :)
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I'm a little astonished that Sketcher isn't listed in isolation, I'd say at least 50% of all stumbling blocks to new/inexperienced users are Sketcher related (mainly because they can't 'see' that only minimal geometry is a bonus not a hindrance) and no I'm not a Part Design user unless absolutely pushed, it just doesn't tie in to the way I think about modelling.

To be clear, at this time I'm not going to request to be added to the list as most of my previous work has been commercially sensitive and not been able to be posted but I'll try to put together a personal portfolio of real models and the real world outcomes in the next weeks as well as some of the contributions in terms of commits if that helps.
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You could add me to a newly introduced Sketcher topic.
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Syres wrote: Sat Jan 29, 2022 6:15 pm I'm a little astonished that Sketcher isn't listed in isolation
Sketcher isnt present, because its a prerequisite to a lot of workbenches.
Noone wants to just get Sketches done. Correct me if I am wrong. Is there any use case for a Sketch as a deliverable to a client?
You would need to add everyone to the Sketcher workbench, unless you only count the "Sketcher-Wizards", but then, how would one distinguish between normal sketcher users and experts?

What do you think? Should I add the Sketcher workbench nonetheless?
Everything I say is from the perspective of a mechanical engineer that is interested in tools to help create machines and other physical products. If you know what 2006/42/EG is, I would like to talk :)
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Aleks wrote: Sun Jan 30, 2022 5:06 pm Is there any use case for a Sketch as a deliverable to a client?
in individual cases it may be that someone only creates kinematic constructions with it.

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Aleks wrote: Sun Jan 30, 2022 5:06 pm
Correct me if I am wrong. Is there any use case for a Sketch as a deliverable to a client?

What do you think? Should I add the Sketcher workbench nonetheless?
I have to produce a significant number of motorcycle masking stencils cut on a vinyl cutter for paintwork, all the work is in Sketcher and then exported to SVG or PDF, zero 3D required.

I also use multiple sketches on their own to export into Blender to build rigs where the vertices are the pivot points for suspension or for the pinning of cables.

Then there's the whole Master Sketch workflow that is the way I work where feasible.

So, yes, I think Sketcher should be added IMHO but who is added as a member I'll let you decide.
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Syres wrote: Sun Jan 30, 2022 6:50 pm So, yes, I think Sketcher should be added IMHO but who is added as a member I'll let you decide.
I have added the Sketcher workbench and added you and chrisb to it.
Everything I say is from the perspective of a mechanical engineer that is interested in tools to help create machines and other physical products. If you know what 2006/42/EG is, I would like to talk :)
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Aleks wrote: Mon Jan 31, 2022 11:26 am I have added the Sketcher workbench and added you and chrisb to it.
I'm open to work on Sketcher. I made several features recently and I'm beginning to know the workbench's code pretty well.
Edit: I'm open to work on feature development. Not really on projects.
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Thank you for the effort Aleks!

Can you please add me to PartDesign, Sketcher and TechDraw workbenches?
I like making, breaking and modding stuff, using a soldering iron, code or both. https://ifohancroft.com
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Hi,
I am ready to work with part design, part.
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