Do you know of any good tutorials specifically for case design?
that’s shame to hear that.
I would love to design my own case. I guess I will use protocase. Once I complete it, and send it to them to check. Course, there will be fee to pay.
Hey, any thoughts on the c64c case idea?
I wish Autodesk would provide some official Linux support for Fusion360. That's one of the tools I'm most familiar with. I already got Sketchup 2017 with Wine at least, and like 95% of its features work great other than having to install extensions manually (becuase the popup window doesn't load the information from online). There are also approaches to get Fusion360 working with that too.
No, you can! It works fine, I've designed plenty of cases in it!
Hmmm... I'll think about it.
Then it was too late for me to get 25% off which ended yesterday after asking if you think it's good to design a case and transform it into real product. I want to pay monthly for 3 years if I could get that 25% off but they said no
Last I checked not the best for case design, though.
Maybe in a few years!
Yeah, like I said, worth to keep an eye on it; It's fast approaching Solidworks for generic CAD, but it is lacking for sheet metals and assembly, so not a true contender yet. This is also why I recommend it strictly to hobbyists for now.
Still, compared to the status just a couple of years ago, well..