It’s hard learning new skills and building good habits. We spend years shoulda-ing, coulda-ing, woulda-ing because the fear of starting is too great.
Especially when it comes to learning skills that rely on geometry, spatial reasoning, and computer software, the looming fear of taking on something too hard grows.
But like all things, if you break it into tiny bits of effort, you’ll be on the right track.
If you’re new to 3D modeling software (CAD) or want to learn how to use a new tool to create better 3D models, this blog is for you.
In just three days, you’ll be set up to take on bigger and better projects by tapping into a seemingly-endless pool of resources.
3D Modeling Software Challenge 1: Get an Onshape Account
When learning how to use new software, be sure to pick something that will scale up with your goals.
That’s why Onshape, a browser-based 3D modeling software, is the perfect choice for all skill levels. An Onshape account can be made for free, which offers a comprehensive array of CAD tools and features needed for any 3D modeling project.
Beyond that, if you’re thinking of launching a startup with a great product idea or a hobbyist looking to cash in on an awesome 3D printing project, Onshape has affordable options for you. Small businesses to large enterprises can take advantage of Onshape’s simulation, rendering, ECAD tools, and more. Take a look at our options by following the link below.