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leigh mills
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HSF Files

Postby leigh mills » Thu, Jun 19 2008, 2:39AM

Does anybody know if there is a website that I can get some HSF picture files from such computer screens and so on. Or is there a way that I can use an image such as a JPEG and convert this into HSF format.

I have looked over the forums and there is some pictures. Would somebody be able to explain where they get these pictures from.

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Leigh mills

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Kerry Fullington
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Re: HSF Files

Postby Kerry Fullington » Thu, Jun 19 2008, 7:18PM

Leigh,

If you are talking about 3D models, most of those are downloaded in various formats and converted to the Stereo Lithography format .stl and then opened in the eCabinets Display Parts Editor where they are then saved as .hsf (Hoops Streaming File) format to use in eCabinets.

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Re: HSF Files

Postby Al dedenus » Fri, Jun 20 2008, 7:52PM

So without having to write a book,how do you convert the file to .stl ?? :oops:

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Re: HSF Files

Postby Kerry Fullington » Fri, Jun 20 2008, 8:32PM

Al,

I use Accutrans 3D
It is a very handy software for only $20 US
There are some posts on the forum on how to use it. I will see if I can find any of the threads.

Kerry


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