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The image workbenches also allows you to import an image on a plane in the 3D-space of FreeCAD. This function is available via the second button of the image workbench. [[File:Image_Import.png|32px]].
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Currently, the module lets you open .bmp, .jpg, .png and .xpm file formats in a separate viewer window.
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The imported image can be attached like a sketch to one of the main three planes (XY/XZ/YZ) with positive or negativ offset.
 
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This function is only available if you have opened a FreeCAD document.
 
  
The image can be moved in 3D-space by editing the placement in the [[Property editor|Property editor]].
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== Features ==
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The major use is tracing over the image, in order to generate a new part at using the image as template.
 
  
The image is imported with 1 pixel = 1mm.
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* The image workbench also allows you to import an image on a plane in the 3D-space of FreeCAD with [[Image_Import|Image Import]], the second button of the image workbench.
Therefore it is recommended to have the imported image in a reasonable resolution.
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* The imported image can be attached like a sketch to one of the main three planes (XY/XZ/YZ) with positive or negative offset.
The image can be scaled by editing the "XSize" and "YSize" values in the [[Property editor|Property editor]].
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* This function is only available if you have opened a FreeCAD document.
The image can be also moved by editing the X/Y/Z-values in the Placement-Tab.
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* The image can be moved in 3D-space by editing the placement in the [[Property editor|Property editor]].
The image can also be rotated around any axis by using the placement-dialogue.
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* The major use is tracing over the image, in order to generate a new part while using the image as a template.
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* The image is imported with 1 pixel = 1mm.
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  * The recommendation is to have the imported image at a reasonable resolution.
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* The image can be scaled by editing the "XSize" and "YSize" values in the [[Property editor|Property editor]].
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* The image can be moved by editing the X/Y/Z-values in the [[Property editor|Property editor]].
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* The image can be rotated around any axis by using the [[Property editor|Property editor]].
  
 
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Moduł obrazu obsługuje różne rodzaje bitmap i pozwala otwierać je we FreeCADzie. Aktualnie moduł pozwala na otwieranie formatów plików .bmp, .jpg, .png i .xpm w oddzielnym oknie przeglądarki. Obecne jest także narzędzie pozwalające na przechwytywanie obrazu z kamerki internetowej.

Currently, the module lets you open .bmp, .jpg, .png and .xpm file formats in a separate viewer window.

Features

  • The image workbench also allows you to import an image on a plane in the 3D-space of FreeCAD with Image Import, the second button of the image workbench.
  • The imported image can be attached like a sketch to one of the main three planes (XY/XZ/YZ) with positive or negative offset.
  • This function is only available if you have opened a FreeCAD document.
  • The image can be moved in 3D-space by editing the placement in the Property editor.
  • The major use is tracing over the image, in order to generate a new part while using the image as a template.
  • The image is imported with 1 pixel = 1mm.
 * The recommendation is to have the imported image at a reasonable resolution.
  • The image can be scaled by editing the "XSize" and "YSize" values in the Property editor.
  • The image can be moved by editing the X/Y/Z-values in the Property editor.
  • The image can be rotated around any axis by using the Property editor.

Tip:
Tracing with sketcher elements over an image works best if the image has a small (negative) offset to the sketch plane.
You can set an offset of -0,1 mm at import or later by editing the placement of the image.

Tools

Image Import.png Image Import