Re: Surfacer vs IcemSurf

From: Alain BERNARD (alain.bernard@cran.u-nancy.fr)
Date: Fri Jun 11 1999 - 20:38:09 EEST


Dear Ana,

>
>We are considering the purchase of a software for Reverse Engineering.
>We have seen IcemSurf and we think it can work great, but we hear all
>the time many good things about Surfacer (although we still haven't got
>the chance of a demo). Does anyone out there worked with both of them?
>
Yes I did. I agree with you, about the performances of ICEM Surf. But, I
know also Styler from MatraDataVision and of course Surfacer (I think I was
the first user in France... many years ago...).
What about the price ?...
I think Icem Surf is used in many style service bureaux. Surfacer is used
for reverse engineering (surface modelling from point clouds).

Best Regards,

Prof; A. BERNARD
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