Noodlings 30 | Packing up the Vintage

Episode 30 | Packing up the Vintage - LeoCAD 21.06 - SUSE Academic Program - BDLL Follow Up - openSUSE Corner - Computer History Retrospective on Computer Games (1984) Website - https://CubicleNate.com Mastodon - https://social.tchncs.de/@CubicleNate Twitter - https://twitter.com/CubicleNate YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY6KdxWFOlKaIPand7ROwvw https://open.lbry.com/@cubiclenate:9 Music: "Pixelland" by Kevin MacLeod

LeoCAD 21.06 on openSUSE

LeoCAD 21.06 Title

I have espoused the glorious wonders of LeoCAD on openSUSE before. This is a fantastic application to work with Lego bricks and components in a virtual, safe for your feet, environment. Building with Lego bricks is a lot of fun, using it virtually can help to refine ideas. Although the title of this post mentions … Continue reading LeoCAD 21.06 on openSUSE

Gaming Rack Design and Construction

I have collected a number of gaming systems throughout my life and there is little point in having them if they sit in a box or using them takes an annoying level of set-up time, making it fun prohibitive. I was then inspired by Perifractic Retro Recipes video where the computer museum has everything so … Continue reading Gaming Rack Design and Construction

Fusion 360 on Linux | Architectural Design Blathering

I have previously reviewed Fusion 360 and have since been gaining experience using it. I find it to be a very capable CAD application package that I rather enjoy using it too. Since most of my design experience has been using PTC Creo, I have had to relearn a lot of tools but the process … Continue reading Fusion 360 on Linux | Architectural Design Blathering

Noodlings 14 | LeoCAD, DeWalt and a UPS

Dusting off for the 14th installment. 14th Noodling of nonsense and clamoring LeoCAD from Design to Publication Designing, organizing the timeline and publishing a MOC (My Own Creation) on Rebrickable.com using LeoCAD on openSUSE DeWalt cordless Power tool platform A little trip outside the cubicle for my appreciation for a great cordless tool platform that … Continue reading Noodlings 14 | LeoCAD, DeWalt and a UPS

LeoCAD 19.07.1 on openSUSE | Building to Publish

I have previously talked about LeoCAD on openSUSE and it is a pretty fantastic experience. There is a lot of fun to be had with designing or documenting your designs using this application. I also find it incredibly enjoyable, just because it runs so well in Linux. In my case, of course, openSUSE. I have … Continue reading LeoCAD 19.07.1 on openSUSE | Building to Publish

Noodlings 11 | Quick Tiling Fusion 360 in the Kitchen

New episode for the New Year and that title is almost entirely nonsensical because they are different subjects. Have a listen to episode 11 of this jibber jabber! Fusion 360 Review Fusion 360 is a CAD / CAM application with finite element analysis capabilities. I was going through the Autodesk forums and read a lot … Continue reading Noodlings 11 | Quick Tiling Fusion 360 in the Kitchen

Fusion 360 on openSUSE Linux | Review

CAD is one of the things I really enjoy doing. I am most adept at using PTC Creo for my employer. I am able to easily "think" and design ideas as easily in that software as I am able to draw it on a piece of paper. I'm making it a point to get that … Continue reading Fusion 360 on openSUSE Linux | Review

Distracted by LeoCAD Once Again on openSUSE Linux

LeoCAD is an application that I use somewhat frequently. It is available for Linux, Windows and even Mac but I don't have a Windows or Mac machine of which to compare to Linux. I have written about the joys of using LeoCAD before if you are interested in that blathering and at that time I used the … Continue reading Distracted by LeoCAD Once Again on openSUSE Linux

LeoCAD | Free LEGO® CAD Software on openSUSE Linux

CAD is not only what I do for my profession, I also do it for fun. For personal projects, I have been having a great time with using FreeCAD, a very capable and feature-full parametric modeler. With a recent resurgence of Legos in my house and falling into some web-searching rabbit holes, I stumbled upon … Continue reading LeoCAD | Free LEGO® CAD Software on openSUSE Linux