From: Bo Atkinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Feb 17 2007 - 01:17:30 EET
Well it is true that top licensed apps are "free for that voila trial
moment", vacuum forming if you will. My favorite is formZ which gives
the multi window perceptiveness in live 3D, do it in visual clipping
first, in OGL, to get that preferred orientation, just so.
> Sent: Friday, February 16, 2007 6:38 AM
> Subject: [rp-ml] STL slicing
>> Hi there,
>> Well, it's kind of funny to be back on the rp-ml... After being
>> away from the business for a "few" years I've kind of lost track
>> of all the neat little freeware applications that used to be
>> available. So, does anyone know of a free software to slice STL?
>> The only control needed would be orientation and slice thickness.
>> And it could give the result in for example DXF. Anything that can
>> be printed on paper...
>> As some might guess, I'm planning on doing some "manual rp" for a
>> bigger part. So I would take a 3D STL, slice it, print it on
>> paper, then cut the slices from plywood one by one, screw/glue the
>> parts together and voila - I have a vacuum forming mold
>> "printed"... And no, I haven't considered printing multiple parts
>> on our Dimension - it would take roughly 20 pieces...
>> Greetings and thanks for any information,
>> Juha Suokas
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>> #these opinions and thoughts are my own, and they do not
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