antimony VS opencascade-emscripten-port

Compare antimony vs opencascade-emscripten-port and see what are their differences.


CAD from a parallel universe (by mkeeter)


Open CASCADE - Emscripten / Webassembly port (by gabrielcuvillier)
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antimony opencascade-emscripten-port
7 1
1,999 16
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4.4 0.0
10 days ago over 1 year ago
C++ C++
- GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 only
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  • Curated Code CAD
    10 projects | | 28 Jun 2021
    There is an OpenCascade version compiled down to wasm [1] that we're currently using embedded in our own app. Rendering to WebGL is relatively straight-forward and the system as a whole works well. Gives me a lot of power when designing mechanical systems and running simulations on the resulting models. Perf of the CAD kernel on the web is not great, but 'just good enough'.

    Troubleshooting issues is tricky though. If something doesn't work debugging is nearly impossible and the (C++) docs are very challenging.

    OpenCascade is very powerful, but the ergonomics of the API aren't great. Writing a simple FP-style immutable wrapper around it has proven very fruitful and we can now describe relatively complicated models with a bare minimum of TypeScript code. Lot's of fun!


What are some alternatives?

When comparing antimony and opencascade-emscripten-port you can also consider the following projects:

cadquery - A python parametric CAD scripting framework based on OCCT

CQ-editor - CadQuery GUI editor based on PyQT - JSCAD is an open source set of modular, browser and command line tools for creating parametric 2D and 3D designs with JavaScript code. It provides a quick, precise and reproducible method for generating 3D models, and is especially useful for 3D printing applications.

oce - OpenCASCADE Community Edition (OCE): a community driven fork of the Open CASCADE library.

ViewSCAD - A Jupyter renderer for the OpenSCAD and SolidPython Constructive Solid Geometry languages

scad-clj - OpenSCAD DSL in Clojure

sdf - Simple SDF mesh generation in Python

sdfx - A simple CAD package using signed distance functions

pythonocc-core - Python package for 3D CAD/BIM/PLM/CAM

TR2Main - Tomb Raider II Injector Dynamic Library