BTW, I need to emphasize this point...learning from FreeCad that directly translated to OnShape
Interesting, I've not heard of it before! I looked at a video (albeit briefly) and I immediately noticed stuff that already (in my naivety) looked familiar to what I've seen in the other parametric design tools. That said, if you have SolidWorks and Fusion360 experience AND say the learning curve for it is high, I'll trust you on that!The downside is that there is a steep learning curve.
Honestly, I'm not very concerned about this at all... at least my lame designs being made public / opensoure. I know a lot of people do (and should) have issue with it... especially professionals, but that's not my space.Stick with FreeCad over Onshape. Onshape has too much Cloud/Sharing being forced on you, at least with FreeCad you can save your own files to your hard drive.
I’ve dipped my toes into FreeCad and honestly I can’t even get started properly, there are so many things to sort out, like Sketcher and Part Design, which do you work from, I’ve been on it for a good while but end up frustrated more time than I can count.. I’m going to stay at it till I finally get to make something..I've found OnShape to be a bit less buggy than FreeCad. When I was doing the loft for my design, Freecad kept hitting problems, where it just "worked" with OnShape.