Oh, in that case TinkerCad is *not* what you want.Hey neil. thanks, tried that one also. Here is a link to the files I am trying to use.
Here is my model of the Soyuz-FG rocket. The model is a highly detailed 1/50 scale model standing a total of almost 103 cm tall. I have provided the full model of the rocket with a high level of detail along with a model suitable for 3D printing, divided into pieces small enough for most...www.thingiverse.com
Just remember, 60 is the new 50. Embrace it...Thanks, I am wanting to learn it and am trying my best. But some times I just need to walk away and go build on a rocket. Hate to tell you this, but I have never heard of webex. I know everyone for school around here is using zoom, but guess what?? God I am old. Oh yeah that's right I just turned 60 yesterday
SpacemouseWhat is a space mouse?...
Spacemouse arrived today after a bit of a shipping problem. Just doing the training games as I won't get Solidworks for a few weeks, but I'm loving it! Entirely natural 3D motion and it puts my left hand to useful work. I'm usually a left-hand klutz at anything but this makes it easy.Spacemouse
Many love it, some can't get the hang of it - not for everyone, and it doesn't work with all 3D CAD programs. I got to use one a couple of years ago for a short time and really liked it. Once you get your mind wrapped around it, it's a natural way to move around a 3D object.