diverse shape translation to JT or STP

8 2 Intermediate
Have found a way to import / translate easy shape files like 3ds, wrl, skp, stl, ifc and so on into JT or STP. The shape files can have texture or not. My interest was how to get the shape files with texture translated to JT. For this, I use PCon Planner and save as 3DS. After this, import it into MeshLab (single texture file / no layer) and save it as WRL (VRML 2). This is than easy to import into Teamcenter Livecyle Visualisation (TCVis) and save as JT. If you like to have more imported WRL/JT files into TCvis (JT2Go) please rename the texture or the view results in TCVis (JT2Go) are bad, looks like unplaced textures. If you like to export files with not a texture another way is to use. The fast one with no colours is to save as stl and import it into your volume modeller. The longer way is here to import it into PCon after this save as Skp (Sketchup) and now is to use Automapki (~40 $ or € / year sorry no freeware I have found) and save as STP file. The result you can now import into a volume modeller and use it there or (and) save it as JT and many other files too. Hope you like this tutorial a bit. If you have any questions please let me know.

Is there any chance the 3D Viewer will get "Perspective View Mode" back?

1 0 Intermediate
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Minimalist Wall Mounts

0 0 Beginner
Hello! im Álvaro Fernández, an artist by heart and a engineer by trade. Im from Concón, a quiet beach city in Chile. In this tutorial Im going to teach you how I make the minimalist stl file I post on this site. Its a begginer tutorial, I encourage to all to try it! you can acomplish it. I use: A pencil. Paper. Rhinoceros 6

3D Printing CAD STL Export Settings for no segments

0 1 Beginner
3D printing is booming–big time. And since most 3D printers accept STL exports, engineers are using the export format more and more. I’ve experimented with 3D printing using different settings of the STL export format. In this Video, I’ll share my experiences with you. For the sake of accuracy, for these tests I used NX 11 and an Anycubic mega X 3D printer. Here is the video tutorial: https://youtu.be/h34M6tFaTpM Please dot forget to schow some support and to subscribe my YT-channel