Onshape Webinar Tonight - Using FRC Parts Library

At 7pm EDT tonight PTC is hosting a webinar about using Onshape and the MKCAD Kit of Parts to leverage a library of pre-made components. Marcus Bernstein, one of the MKCAD creators, will provide the tips and tricks you need to stay organized and move quickly when building your robot.

Sign up for tonight’s webinar here: https://www.onshape.com/resources/webinars/working-with-the-frc-kit-of-parts-041420

You can also sign up for our other upcoming webars below:
April 16, 7:00 PM (EDT) - Migrating FIRST Robotics Teams from Another CAD System to Onshape
April 21, 7:00 PM (EDT) - Working with the FTC Kit of Parts
April 23, 7:00 PM (EDT) - Collaborating and Versioning for FIRST Teams
April 28, 7:00 PM (EDT) - FIRST Team Panel and Q&A Session
May 7, 7:00 PM (EDT) - Preparing your Submission for Robots to the Rescue
May 12, 7:00 PM (EDT) - Robots to the Rescue Office Hour

We will also share the recording of this webinar following the event.


This is amazing! It’s really great to see that PTC and Onshape are very supportive of the community built features to help out FRC teams!


Can’t wait to be a part of this webinar! Looking forward to seeing everyone tonight.


Will this be recorded for those of us who cannot attend?

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It looks like it will.


Is there a link to a recording of the first webinar?


Is there a VOD of this yet?

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Here it is! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zd2brp2-bUg&feature=youtu.be


So glad to see this involvement now. If any teams / teachers need resources that help start learners with zero CAD experience, please let me know. These are Onshape tutorials that I made designed for getting the basics of CAD, but not yet diving into the robot-specific things. Then, they can move on to these new resources linked here :slight_smile:

If you are curious about how our school/team has used Onshape, you can see this post from two seasons ago FRC 319 - Public CAD 2018


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