Main features of OpenSCAD are:
The main benefits of OpenSCAD are its definitive modeling method, its ability to read and build 3D models in other file formats, and its use of multiple free technologies. Here are more details:
Users of OpenSCAD have a robust and free 3D compiler at their fingertips. With it, solid ACAD objects can be designed by MacOS, Linux, and Windows users. Its modeling method is based on constructive solid geometry (CSG) and extrusion of 2D outlines, which lets users optimize how the solution takes AutoCAD DXF files and interprets the design parameters in them. 3D models can also be read and built from different file formats such as STL and OFF.
With OpenSCAD, engineers can be confident that they are in full control of their design process since the software leverages script files and parameters that are configurable. With it, steps in the process of modeling can be customized. Users can define and alter customizable design variables at any point during the design process. Results can be measured at the end of a project since any new creations and changes are built with numbers. Not only does this result in results that can be measured, but it also makes shape and size adjustments easier to do.
There are several free technologies that OpenSCAD utilizes. These include OpenGL & OpenCSG for previewing CSG, Qt for the user interface, and CGAL for implementation and evaluation of CSG. All of these technologies make it easy for OpenSCAD to create parametric designs. Models with specific tolerances can be easily crafted, as well as ones that use mathematical or procedural information, precise measurements, moving parts, and enclosed hinges. Models can be exported as STL files that are watertight, solid, and high quality.
The following OpenSCAD integrations are currently offered by the vendor:
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OpenSCAD pricing is available in the following plans: