Yes, it’s another LibreCAD article. What can I say, I have been using LibreCAD lately, so I thought I share what I know ☺. My previous LibreCAD articles is like a workflow of simple floor plan. I think that is an easy way for beginner to study and start using this open source 2d CAD program. This post is simply about tips that I’m sure will be useful as well. Continue reading 4 LibreCAD Tips User Need to Know.
We’re here in the last part of our LibreCad Tutorial: Simple Floor Plan Workflow (at least that’s what I think ☺ ). From 2 previous post, you have learned about:
Before we get into the article topic, for anyone who land on this page via referral link on social media, this post is a second part of my LibreCad Tutorial: Simple Floor Plan Workflow serie. On first part, my readers have learned about setting setup, create layer, line, copy/move, and offset object. Basically the first post show readers how to draw a as line. You can watch the youtube version here. Continue reading LibreCad Tutorial: Simple Floor Plan Workflow Pt.2
We meet again, finally!. Sorry for the long hiatus break, but I’m here again and ready with the new cg tutorial, and this time I choose LibreCad. LibreCad is a free CAD program for all platform. For a person with architecture background, I haven’t draw in CAD program for at least 5 years. My transition is like Autocad —> SketchUp —> Blender 3d —> LibreCad.
I just use LibreCad for 2 months to draw a simple floor plan. My honest opinion is the software still have limitation when it comes to architectural planning, specially for its edit tool. For more clean and effective workflow I still choose Autocad I guess. Or maybe I haven’t discover all the trick yet :). Anyway, if you just want to draw a simple floor planning workflow, LibreCad get the job done. Continue reading LibreCad Tutorial: Simple Floor Plan Workflow Pt.1