This is NOT a drafting system, nor is it really a CAD system. It is a programmable modeling system, and could be used with 3d printers to send sundials remotely. For the ability to save (EXPORT) the Blender dial image to a .STL file for 3d printing, the dial plate, hour lines, and gnomon must be 3d objects, whereas my Python Blender scripts produce 2d objects. While the 2d objects are visible in Blender's 3d viewer, when exported to .STL and viewed in an STL viewer, or any other CAD system, such as TurboCAD, they are not visible as they have no 3d substance. However, 3d objects in Blender, when exported into an STL file, are visible in an STL viewer.
For my 3d sundials, see this page here. I used my DeltaCAD macros for the template, ported that into TurboCAD (my TurboCAD VBS macros work but as implemented in TurboCAD, are slow). Then built the dial plate, gnomon, hour lines, and lettering. Then saved them as an STL file, from which the various 3D printers use their own software to convert the STL to the printer's native format.
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