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* [http://packman.links2linux.org/package/FreeCAD OpenSuse/Fedora] Packman package info
 
* [http://packman.links2linux.org/package/FreeCAD OpenSuse/Fedora] Packman package info
 
* [irc://chat.freenode.net/#freecad Freenode] The official #freecad IRC channel on Freenode
 
* [irc://chat.freenode.net/#freecad Freenode] The official #freecad IRC channel on Freenode
* [http://www.facebook.com/pages/FreeCAD/153482088014175 Facebook] The official FreeCAD facebook page
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* [http://www.facebook.com/FreeCAD Facebook] The official FreeCAD facebook page
 
* [https://svn.pardus.org.tr/pardus/playground/kaan.aksit/2011/freecad/actions.py Pardus Linux build script]
 
* [https://svn.pardus.org.tr/pardus/playground/kaan.aksit/2011/freecad/actions.py Pardus Linux build script]
  

Revision as of 09:35, 24 August 2011

This page contains some maybe useful links to other FLOSS resources and project in this area.

FreeCAD on the net

Specific platform pages related to FreeCAD

Other CAD Projects

  • OpenPLM An open-source, web-based PLM collaborative platform
  • BRL CAD Big Open Source package, a bit old fashion
  • Heekscad a CAD/CAM application based on OpenCasCade and WxWidgets
  • Narocad another OpenCasCade-based project, windows-only
  • Salome more a FEM system but have also a modeling part
  • PythonOCC complete python bindings for OpenCasCade, with own GUI builder
  • PythonCAD a simple 2D CAD application programmed in python
  • caduntu a 2D CAD project based on QCad

Tutorials

Written tutorials

Video tutorials

Other articles about FreeCAD

Advanced

Research

  • Pasm functional language to programing shapes

FEM

  • Calculix our favorite for FEM in FreeCAD
  • Salome FEM system with complicated design
  • Z88 is a fast, powerful and compact Finite Elements Analysis Program especially designed for PCs running LINUX, workstations and large computers with UNIX and PCs with Windows XP/95. Z88 is a work of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Rieg of University of Bayreuth. License: GPL

Math

  • Octave powerful MathLab clone

Python

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