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README.md

The CadQuery Module for FreeCAD

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Introduction

This is a FreeCAD module (aka workbench) that adds elements like a CadQuery code editor. All of the required libraries are embedded with the workbench, and so it is probably the fastest way to get up and running with CadQuery on a local computer. For users who just want to try CadQuery without installing anything, the CadQuery Jupyter Notebook might be a better choice.

User Interface

The documentation for this module/workbench has been rewritten and restructured, and can be found here. Below are the main entry points into the documentation.

Documentation

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