FarmBot Genesis was designed in Onshape, allowing you to have full access to view, copy, edit, and export all of the source 3D CAD models for free from any computer or mobile device! Simply click the links below to access the various assemblies and other resources.
|Top-level assembly||Genesis top-level assembly
Genesis XL top-level assembly
|Major subassemblies||Raised Bed
XL Raised Bed
|CAD Extras||Onshape organizational PDF
All 3D Printable Parts
|Farmduino||PCB Layout and Schematic|
Copying and modifying parts
When you click any of the links above, you will be shown our original copy of the FarmBot CAD files. In order to make any changes, you need to make your own copy. To do so, you will need to first make a free Onshape account. Then you can press “Make a copy” in the top left of the Onshape workspace. Onshape will copy the entire Workspace into a new document (owned by you) which will include all of the parts, drawings, assemblies, and other files.
Please note: when Onshape opens up your copy of the workspace, it might open a Part Studio named “Screw Hole Templates” by default, which is a fairly empty looking Part Studio. To find and open another Part Studio in the Workspace, press the button in the lower left of the screen to open the Tab Manager. Then find the Part Studio you want by looking through the folders or using the search box at the top of the Tab Manager panel.
To export a part into another format (such as
.STL for 3D printing), simply right-click the part and press “Export”. Note that you do not need to make a copy of the workspace or have an Onshape account in order to export parts.
The FarmBot CAD models are licensed under the CC0 Public Domain Dedication.
In short, this means you are free to use the FarmBot CAD models, 2D drawings, and other supporting documents as you please, without attribution or needing to request permission. This includes viewing, copying, modifying, and redistributing the files for any purpose, even commercial purposes. These files come with no warranty, express or implied.
For more information about Onshape and our decision to use it, read this blog post.