From: Jonathan Chertok (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 02 2003 - 20:57:20 EEST
Thanks very much for the response. I think you are absolutely right about
them not needing the actual file.
But say I wanted to include a reader and the files...or say I wanted to send
the files to a non-3D/RP person...is there a way for me to let the Luddites
easily view the work, without them needing to get into any licensing or demo
periods, or technical help manuals...anybody got any good ideas?
I don't have Solidview, or anything else really, that specifically relates
to sophisticated RP software.
Full Service Design and Construction
Jonathan Chertok. Principal
Austin Texas  407 9628
Buildings + Digital Manufacturing
>From: Bathsheba Grossman <email@example.com>
>To: Jonathan Chertok <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: stl reader for Copyright application
>Date: Fri, 2 May 2003 10:39:14 -0700 (PDT)
>On Fri, 2 May 2003, Jonathan Chertok wrote:
> > Can anyone recommend an stl file "reader" that I could include on a CD
> > with an application to the Copyright Office? This would accompany some
> > files and was hoping someone could advise as to whether I would need
> > specific software to avoid anything that might get me hung up with some
> > of inappropriate use problems.
> > A nice simple interface that would let someone roll the shape around
> > be cool. Most of the work was sent through Materialise Magics...
> > Perhaps Bathsheba might be so kind as to offer some experience on this
>Just send a picture. That's all the copyright office requires, and I
>assure you they're not going to slot your CD and run your software in
>order to process the application.
>Bathsheba Grossman phone (831)429-8224, fax (831)460-1242
>Sculpting geometry bathsheba.com
>Solidscape prototyping protoshape.com
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