Webinar: Exploring openSCAD together!

Hi everyone

We are going to have a three-session webinar series of 30 mins each on the following dates:
Mo: 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm | 23 March
We: 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm | 25 March
Fr: 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm | 27 March

About the session:
3D printing is quite popular in the maker’s community. We will explore openSCAD together which is a parametric 3D design software to design artifacts that we can later print.

You can read more about openSCAD here - https://www.openscad.org/

Click this link to join: Webinar

Looking forward to participation.


Updates - Post sessions

Webinar Recording 1
Webinar Recording 2


Session 1: We created a design for pen-stand and explored - cube(), translate(), rotate(), cylinder() and difference() commands.

Session 2:

We parameterize the stand and made our design flexible and customizable.

Useful links


Today we had the first session of OpenScad and it made me excited to model something by writing a code.

This time I decided to go for reverse modeling, that is I had already made pen/stationary organiser few days ago out of long cylinderical encloser made up of 2mm MDF.

Just have a look.

Here are more picture of it .

So i have modelled this in OpenScad by writing a simple code.
Check out the images of OpenScad Model.


Please Note: All the dimensions i have considered in cm. In actual format all are in mm so multiply all with 10 will give the actual dimensions.

Here’s the code.

Please provide your reviews to this and also help me to model it in a more simple and better way.



I found this OpenScad Cheat-sheet very useful while modelling.