From: Wesley Brooks (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jul 13 2007 - 11:03:11 EEST
Great info on the SLC format on that page too. I've been meaning to
have a look for that for a while!
On 12/07/07, Ricardo Amaral <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> A litle bit on STL:
> Thu, 12 Jul 2007 10:16:21 -0500
> > Hi All.
> > We'd be grateful for references to any sources that can shed light
> > on the technical information in 3D file format descriptions (dxf,
> > stl, vrml etc). In particular I'd be interested in knowing what, if
> > any, parameters control how the four points of a mesh in space are
> > oriented in the file format itself.
> > Am I correct in assuming that the software has absolute control in
> > terms of generating 3D mesh and that there are no translation
> > issues when reading mesh files?
> > How would one take a peek under the hood of say a mathematical
> > modeling program's dxf generation as compared to say Rhino's or
> > Materializes?
> > Also, is stl composed of triangular meshes without exception (i.e.
> > do two adjacent and coplanar facets ever collapse into one) and
> > what are the current controls (say in V4) over the sizing of the
> > triangular facets?
> > Thanks,
> > Jonathan
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