An extension to render cadquery objects in JupyterLab via pythreejs
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)
Infrastructure for solid modeling
I thought that early on, and looked (several times!) for something else besides OpenSCAD that would fill the bill (i.e. language-based CAD). There were some dozen projects, and most of them had been abandoned. The closest I got was in using libfive, an f-rep system with a binding to Scheme. But it was too easy for me to cause it to put out no shape at all, and to take a long time doing it.
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Is geopandas right for this use case or should I be looking at something else? Looking to create, manipulate, and measure closed polylines with arc segments across a shared geometric space.
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