You can ask your SolidEdge customers to output IGES format (more
reliable), and then use a good IGES-to-STL translator to get a clean STL
file with the desired resolution.
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> in the past two days i've had two new customers come to me with stl > files output from a package called solid edge. i am experiencing the > same problems from both customer's stl files.....that is....there are > missing surfaces of their parts all over the place...the parts look > ok, it's just that all the surfaces were not triangulated. this is my > first encounter with solid edge, so i'm kind of at a loss. can anyone > give me a clue as to how to get a good stl file from a solid edge > part.
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