Thanks... Already do what you are suggesting.
What caught my curiousity was Velosity2 software taking .stl to SDRC,
Sounds to good...
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Subject: Re: Velocity2 Service Bureaus
Author: email@example.com at INTERNET
Date: 2/5/98 12:56 PM
If you have a good IGS file you can import it into Pro E and turn it
into a solid. It will not be parametric, but is will be a solid. This
file can also be exported into a .stl
Scott "Scooter" Sutterer
Premier Design & Mfg. Co.
5988 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
St. Charles MO 63304
Phone: (314) 936-1288
Fax: (314) 936-2528
NOTE: I am not responsabel for speling; puntuasion nor grammer!
> What is a true solid model? Does that imply that the file when
> ported to Pro/E is a full parametric model like a native Pro/E
> Is there anyone on the east coast (PA geographic area) using CT
> this software capabilitiy?
> Appreciate any feedback.
> Jim Williams
> Paramount Industries, Inc.
> 888.RPTOOLS toll free
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> Subject: Velocity2 Service Bureaus
> Author: image3 <firstname.lastname@example.org> at INTERNET
> Date: 1/30/98 6:58 PM
> Reverse Engineering News: Work with your data in CAD.
> The following Velocity2 Service Bureaus can process high resolution
> scan data (CT and MR) and export true solid models.
> 1. Arthromotion. Inc.
> Attn: Mari Truman
> 401 W. Center St., Ste. B
> Warsaw, IN 46580
> 2. Lone Peak Engineering, Inc.
> Attn: Scott McMillin
> 12660 S. Fort Street
> Draper, UT 84020
> The files produced export to Ideas, ProEngineer, and Unigraphics
> Please feel free to contact these companies directly for more
> Alair Griffin
> Image3, LLC
> (p.s. please forgive the "commercial" nature of this posting. I get
> requests for this kind of service and thought it might be a good idea
> the RP community in general knew of its availibity.)
> For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
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