FreeCAD 0.17 basics: modelling a blower fan (Part Design & Assembly 3)

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In this video, we design a blower fan with 2 parts, using the Part Design workbench. I talk about mapping sketches to faces and the use of shapebinders. Then I showcase the Assembly3 workbench to make a really simple assembly.

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