I’m well aware of Robot mesh, which works fine on computers. The problem is that it doesn’t work well on mobile, and I can’t select anything. Is there a workaround to this or another site I can go to to work on a 3D model of a bot on both desktop and mobile?
If you have a student email you can just get the three year free trial of autodesk software if your fine with the non-online aspect of it. Personally, I prefer inventor pro to build a robot but there are many other editors. You can get to the download page through here: https://www.autodesk.com/education/competitions-and-events/vex/recommended-software
You can get a student license (3yr) with a school email/ID for Fusion 360. They have a mobile app but you can’t do editing on it, just viewing.
there are other student options for professional CAD software as well, please see this document for more information: CAD for VEX Robotics.pdf (299.7 KB)
Well this is a school device, so i can’t install apps onto it. Inventor pro is too large to put on my home laptop, so unless I can find a portable version so all of it can be put on my external hard drive, I can’t use it. Thanks for the suggestion, though!
Take a look at OnShape…it is professional CAD that is browser based, so it doesn’t require a high-powered computer. Info is in the document I attached earlier.
So far, it works nicely. Thanks!