A new project quickly takes form in the 3D Scene of IRONCAD! By first using simple schematic geometries that represents the soon finished (and probably more complex) part - you are fast to enter and maybe even past the concept stage and seldom have a quote been done faster! From the concept model you will never or rarely start over again, but keep refining each part - directly in the assembly - and take help from all other geometries as the content of the scene keeps growing. Adjustments are an obvious part of the everyday life with IRONCAD and there are many smart functions here which you will not find in any other 3D CAD system!
Note: Remember the difference between using the left and right mouse button!
The left mouse button is usually only used for selecting or to get a "direct effect" without giving you any alternatives. If you drop an Extrude shape on an existing Part with the left mouse button, the Extrude will always become a Feature of that Part. Use the right mouse button to drop it as a standalone Part.
The right mouse button is (always) used for options. For example when dropping an object out from a catalog, say an Extrude shape that should be a new Part and not a Feature of an existing Part. Also on the TriBall handles to create copies/links - use the right mouse button.