i tried suggesting that already but according to them, solid edge can only
'save as' three varieties....stl, acis and ems.....the latter two i am not
familiar with and the stl is obviously not getting the job done. that just
leaves the two i'm clueless about. any ideas??
Michael Tsenter wrote:
> 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.
> Best regards,
> Michael Tsenter
> DeskArtes - North America
> a division of NEST Technologies
> 3849 Ridgemoor Drive
> Studio City, California 91604
> Tel: 818-761-6500
> Fax: 818-761-6116
> e-mail: email@example.com
> web site: http://www.primenet.com/~nest/
> > 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.
> > Todd Reese Compression, Inc.
> > firstname.lastname@example.org 7752 Moller Road
> > Ph: (317) 228-2200 Indianapolis, IN 46268
> > Fax: (317) 228-2201 www.carpediem.com
-- Todd Reese Compression, Inc. email@example.com 7752 Moller Road Ph: (317) 228-2200 Indianapolis, IN 46268 Fax: (317) 228-2201 www.carpediem.com
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