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Recommendations for polygon visualization
1 project | reddit.com/r/IPython | 13 Jul 2021
Neat, you might be interested in this cadquery integration with Jupyter notebooks, https://github.com/bernhard-42/jupyter-cadquery
Help - building OpenSCAD files for Tractyl Manuform 5x6
3 projects | reddit.com/r/ErgoMechKeyboards | 7 May 2021
yes thats the one. the python version is easier to work with imho, you can set it up with jupyter-cadquery + anaconda (https://github.com/bernhard-42/jupyter-cadquery) and generate results in the browser / vscode . depending on your understanding of python it shouldnt be too difficult, you probably cant take it across directly but a lot of the default values etc should transfer. and the rest just requires looking at existing code + cadquery documentation.
Anyone interested in a 14x21 dactyl?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/ErgoMechKeyboards | 26 Apr 2021
One day I'll finish my keyboard using joshreve's framework, It definitely is a way better experience when doing lots of changes, especially with (https://github.com/bernhard-42/jupyter-cadquery)
Considering my first real build - dactyl v. dactyl/manuform?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/ErgoMechKeyboards | 7 Jan 2021
customising my own version similar to dactyl tracer and I'm using joshreve's port to python ( https://github.com/joshreve/dactyl-keyboard ) with jupyter cadquery (https://github.com/bernhard-42/jupyter-cadquery), which lets you customise/generate your keyboard in the browser and view the output more easily, after which you can export straight to stl (https://imgur.com/a/HX0DLxw)
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 5 Jan 2021
This one uses JupyterLab as a frontend for CadQueury, a porcedural CAD system.
What are some alternatives?
Pluto.jl - 🎈 Simple reactive notebooks for Julia
jupyterlab-classic - JupyterLab distribution with a retro look and feel 🌅
dactyl-cc - A Dactyl like 3d printed keyboard written in C++
libfive - Infrastructure for solid modeling
lumino - Lumino is a library for building interactive web applications
NURBS-Python - Object-oriented pure Python B-Spline and NURBS library
Pythonocc-nodes-for-Ryven - Pythonocc nodes for Ryven
curated-code-cad - A list of the various code-cad projects out there.
commuter - 🚎 Notebook sharing hub
creopyson - Python library for Creoson (http://www.creoson.com)