From: James Hurley (email@example.com)
Date: Tue May 13 2003 - 18:31:28 EEST
I looked at Geomagic and Rapidform not too long ago. Geo has an easy
interface but Rapidform seems to have more functionality. When I was
fitting NURBS surfaces to the data, geomagic would only allow me to modify a
patch network they created, but rapidform let me make my own patch layout
using NURBS splines. You've got to know how to make a good layout in that
case, but it looks like rapidform has automatic surfacing too. They both
have all the poly mesh tools like smooth, alignment and hole filling. I
evaluated them for a friend and I told him to go with rapidform, especially
given its lower pricing.
From: John M. Irvin firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Fri, 9 May 2003 09:36:59 -0600
Subject: re: point cloud manipulation
Can you all pls give your opinions on the following software's used in
scanning and point cloud manipulation.
CopyCAD - Delcam
I would like to know how these software's have made it easier to get from
point cloud or ruff stl data to a finished model. Things like smoothing,
alignment of scans, and especially laying surfaces either automatic or
manually in design need situations. all input will be appreciated to make
our lives easier.
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