Can someone convert this for me?

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Can someone convert this for me?

Postby Nick Sollecito » Sun, Oct 31 2010, 7:45PM

I need this column for a job. Can anyone convert this for me?
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Re: Can someone convert this for me?

Postby Kerry Fullington » Mon, Nov 01 2010, 6:45AM

Nick,

Here is the .hsf and .jpg files place them both in your import folder.

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Re: Can someone convert this for me?

Postby Nick Sollecito » Mon, Nov 01 2010, 7:06AM

Thanks a million Kerry. What program do you use to do the conversion?

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Re: Can someone convert this for me?

Postby Kerry Fullington » Mon, Nov 01 2010, 7:38AM

Nick,

That model was already in .stl (stereo lithography) format so all I had to do was open it in the Display Part Editor in eCabinets and add a texture image.

For other conversions I use Accutrans 3D


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