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|0000926||[FreeCAD] Feature||feature||N/A||2012-12-21 16:30||2012-12-21 16:46|
|Summary||0000926: spreadsheet, like, basic culculations in constrains, placement etc|
This could be a nice little feature that saves you cklickings and time.
Let's say I want to create a hollow frame,
and its external dimentions would be 100x100,
while the thickness of its sizes would be 20.
I want to design that box (in freecad) out of 4 pieces,
like I would in real life (and then stick them together).
So the dimensions (2D) of the two pieces would be 100x20
while the other two would be 20x80 (100-20, |_| )
When giving the constrains for the two smaller pieces,
it would be helpful,
if I could just type in the pop-up
(like I would in a spreadsheet application)
instead of using an extenal calculator,
copying the numbers there,
doing the calculations, there,
and then typing the result, back, in Freeecad.
Of course, the numbers, in the example above, are simple,
but what if I had to copy these diamentions?
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As you, probably, have noticed,
my simple calculations, above, are wrong
So, it would be helpful if i could, later on, fix them in Freecad.
The dimentions for the smaller pieces, would need to be fixed from
Therefore, the "=100-20" part should still, somehow, show up
everytime you double cklick on that constrain,
so as to be easily changed, if necessery.
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|2012-12-21 16:46||nikospap||Note Added: 0002745|
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