The easiest way to get started with pythonocc: a 10*20*30 box. The first step towards complexity.
PythonOCC and SMESH The SMESH module that is included in the PythonOCC distribution has a lot to offer in terms of advanced CAD meshing techniques and therefore deserves some special attention. With this blog post I will try to shed some light on SMESH’s capabilities and the merits it has to offer for the PythonOCC […]
Pycado is an object oriented 3D CAD scripting language based on pythonocc with a graphical interactive editor. See http://julienbld.github.com/pycado/ for more information.
The Twitter account for the pythonocc project was just registered. To join this channel, follow http://www.twitter.com/pythonocc or click the blue “t” on the top right of this window.
Thomas Paviot and Jelle Feringa, managers of the pythonOCC project, will attend the 12th NASA-ESA Workshop on Product Data Exchange, 18-20 May 2010, Norway. Here is the abstract of the lecture they will give (slides of the presentation will be uploaded as soon as the conference has took place). Implementation of a SaaS based simulation […]