DDiT is a Python code to quickly produce images of debris disks. There is no “physics” in the code, just a few parameters such as the inclination, position angle, reference radius, etc. The code can produce images of eccentric debris disks as well. The main use case is for the modeling of scattered light images, but if one makes some approximations, it can also be used for thermal emission images (basically one needs to assume a temperature profile).
deproj is a simple Python code to deproject spatially resolved observations of debris disks. Might be useful, might not be, but it was a fun little project.
betadisk is a Python code to produce images of debris disks, including the effect of radiation pressure, for different grain size intervals. Can be useful to model your favorite observations and infer the most representative grain sizes that are required to fit your data.