I could not agree more! Countless hours could be saved if STL files were
reviewed before the file is sent out for quotation or production. I spend a
fair number of hours, talking to customers who's files are not of a quality they
would like their models produced from. Usually it is a coarseness issue. "The
default export setting should be OK, right"
Days could be saved on quote or production if it was blessed before submission,
and it would save me from having the "I didn't day your design was bad, just the
stl file!" discussion.
We all know how possessive designers are.
-- Paul McDonough Lead Estimator SEI Quoting Office Phone: 978-535-5511 x129 FAX: 978-535-0405
Keith Nybakke wrote: >
> One more thing, invest in a good stl viewer if you don't have one. We > always view our stl files before sending them out. It's a cheap and easy > quality control method. > > Best Regards, > Keith Nybakke > > For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
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