BricsCAD Mechanical allows you to create and modify 3D models.
Ways to create a 3D model.
- Create a 3D solid primitive - a box, a cylinder, etc.
- Sketching a 2D profile and extrude or revolve it to make a 3D solid.
- Model a 3D surface and thickening it to make a 3D solid, or stitching several surfaces together to create watertight 3D solid.
- Import existing 3D solid and surface geometry from other CAD programs.
Ways to edit and add more details to your 3D models
- By Pushing/Pulling, moving and rotating faces.
- By creating Fillets or Chamfers on the model edges.
- By applying Holes.
- By adding protrusion and depressions and by using Boolean operations, Direct Editing and Deformable Modeling tools.
No parent child dependencies = history FREE approach
BricsCAD Mechanical does not create parent-child dependencies between geometric primitives and features. All changes made to your part are local; they do not force geometry regeneration.
This history-FREE approach allows you to concentrate on your design instead of thinking how it can be changed in the future.
3D Constraints = Parametric
BricsCAD Mechanical provides a powerful toolset to make your part parametric by adding 3D constraints to its faces and edges and link them with global parameters using expressions and design tables.