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Based on our record, OpenSCAD seems to be a lot more popular than libfive Studio. While we know about 21 links to OpenSCAD, we've tracked only 2 mentions of libfive Studio. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
I found it confusing for a similar reason especially when you get into more complicated designs with multiple parts. I think development could be massively sped up with a little funding. I tried libfive (https://libfive.com/studio/) too which is roughly similar to OpenSCAD but faster to sketch with imo. There was a good discussion here on this topic too if you were interested:... - Source: Hacker News / 2 months ago
Super cool to see Matthew's library as well: https://libfive.com/studio/. - Source: Hacker News / 5 months ago
Sort of related to games/graphics programming - There's an open source CAD program called OpenSCAD that allows you to create 3D models with code that can be simple, but gets complex fast. I personally tried using it to create models for 3D printing, but got overwhelmed and decided to go to other tools. https://openscad.org/. - Source: Hacker News / 6 days ago
I very specifically CAD, but if someone is like me, graphically challenged but can code, there's an application that lets you write code to describe your objects and renders that into a 3D model: OpenSCAD. - Source: Reddit / 12 days ago
This is the first project that I took from design to implementation. There are many options with regards to storing your batteries and I thought it would be an easy entry point into design. Following some of the tutorials for OpenSCAD and learning the basics, I gave it a shot. Getting a good 'clutch' action on the batteries was an ordeal and I think I went through 8 designs before I had to switch gears and do a... - Source: Reddit / 14 days ago
I think OpenSCAD might be the sort of thing you're looking for? Also see the rest of this list. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
OpenSCAD is another one of my favorite CAD programs. It's a little different. You use a scripting language to build the model, and OpenSCAD compiles it to a 3d model. The MOD9 files uses an OpenSCAD script to generate STLs with different features based on user input. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
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