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Docker image of FreeCAD compiled without GUI. This Docker image is especially for developers who only want to use FreeCAD in the command-line interface (CLI).


All of FreeCAD's dependencies are already installed, compatible with each other, and configured appropriately, allowing you to get started developing very quickly.

  • Easy to use and lightweight.
  • It gives better performance in terms of speed.
  • No need to add FreeCAD paths to import it into Python.

Docker Repository


  • 3 GB of free storage
  • Docker


  1. Pull the Docker image.
    docker pull amrit3701/freecad-cli:latest
  2. When you successfully pulled docker image, now you can run image.
    docker run -it amrit3701/freecad-cli:lastest bash

Additional information

Extend Docker image

You can also extend this Docker images to add additional dependencies for your project. For eg

# Dockerfile

FROM amrit3701/freecad-cli:lastest

# Add additional dependencies

# pip3.8 install <some_package>

Import FreeCAD in Python

After running Docker image, just run Python.

$ docker run -it amrit3701/freecad-cli:lastest bash
root@f0ec904cf9b9:/# python3.8
Python 3.8.5 (default, Jul 20 2020, 19:48:14)
[GCC 7.5.0] on linux
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import FreeCAD
>>> import Part
>>> import Draft
>>> import Arch

Launch FreeCADCmd

To launch FreeCAD inside Docker image, just run FreeCADCmd command.


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