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OBJ Import for SpaceClaim

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OBJ Import for SpaceClaim
OBJ Import for SpaceClaim is a Wavefront (.obj) file import add-in for SpaceClaim. This add-in gives SpaceClaim the ability to import polygon mesh data from Wavefront OBJ files. OBJ Import for SpaceClaim reads polygon mesh data stored in OBJ files and imports it into SpaceClaim. A polygon mesh in an OBJ file is comprised of a set of triangular or quad faces. OBJ Import for SpaceClaim creates trimmed planar surfaces for each face and knits them together to create a solid. The solid is then cleaned up so that adjacent coplanar faces are merged in single trimmed planar faces. If the polygon mesh is closed (i.e. it does not contain boundary edges) then OBJ Import for SpaceClaim will create a closed solid feature, otherwise an open surface will be created. OBJ Import for SpaceClaim is very easy to use. It adds new commands to SpaceClaim. Once installed, it automatically loads itself into SpaceClaim and adds a new ribbon bar to SpaceClaim called “SYCODE” containing the newly added commands.

OBJ Import for SpaceClaim 1.0 Description:

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OBJ Import for SpaceClaim is a Wavefront (.obj) file import add-in for SpaceClaim. Thanks to it you will have the possibility to import polygon mesh data from Wavefront OBJ files.

OBJ Import for SpaceClaim reads polygon mesh data stored in OBJ files and imports it into SpaceClaim. A polygon mesh in an OBJ file is comprised of a set of triangular or quad faces. OBJ Import for SpaceClaim creates trimmed planar surfaces for each face and knits them together to create a solid. The solid is then cleaned up so that adjacent coplanar faces are merged in single trimmed planar faces. If the polygon mesh is closed (i.e. it does not contain boundary edges) then OBJ Import for SpaceClaim will create a closed solid feature, otherwise an open surface will be created.

OBJ Import for SpaceClaim is very easy to use. It adds new commands to SpaceClaim. Once installed, it automatically loads itself into SpaceClaim and adds a new ribbon bar to SpaceClaim called “OBJImport” containing the newly added commands.

The ‘OBJImport’ ribbon bar consists of the following commands:
· Import – Import a OBJ file.
· Help – Display the OBJ Import for SpaceClaim help file.
· Register – Register your copy of OBJ Import for SpaceClaim.
· About – Display the OBJ Import for SpaceClaim About box.

OBJ Import for SpaceClaim comes with detailed documentation for each command as well as a tutorial to get you started in the shortest possible time.

OBJ Import for SpaceClaim Description

OBJ Import for SpaceClaim is a Wavefront (.obj) file import add-in for SpaceClaim. Thanks to it you will have the possibility to import polygon mesh data from Wavefront OBJ files. OBJ Import for SpaceClaim reads polygon mesh data stored in OBJ files and imports it into SpaceClaim. A polygon mesh in an OBJ file is comprised of a set of triangular or quad faces. OBJ Import for SpaceClaim creates trimmed planar surfaces for each face and knits them together to create a solid. The solid is then cleaned up so that adjacent coplanar faces are merged in single trimmed planar faces. If the polygon mesh is closed (i.e. it does not contain boundary edges) then OBJ Import for SpaceClaim will create a closed solid feature, otherwise an open surface will be created. OBJ Import for SpaceClaim is very easy to use. It adds new commands to SpaceClaim. Once installed, it automatically loads itself into SpaceClaim and adds a new ribbon bar to SpaceClaim called “OBJImport” containing the newly added commands. The ‘OBJImport’ ribbon bar consists of the following commands: ■ Import – Import a OBJ file. ■ Help – Display the OBJ Import for SpaceClaim help file. ■ Register – Register your copy of OBJ Import for SpaceClaim. ■ About – Display the OBJ Import for SpaceClaim About box. OBJ Import for SpaceClaim comes with detailed documentation for each command as well as a tutorial to get you started in the shortest possible time. [b]Requirements:[/b] ■ SpaceClaim

Import and export options

 

You can open and insert files from many other modeling applications into SpaceClaim for editing, and save your SpaceClaim designs as many different file types. If you work frequently with non-SpaceClaim files, we recommend that you set your file options to optimize the importing and exporting process for your needs.

OBJ Export for SpaceClaim is a Wavefront (.obj) file import add-in for SpaceClaim®. This add-in gives SpaceClaim the ability to export 3D solid and surface data from a SpaceClaim part or assembly document to 3d polygon meshes in a Wavefront OBJ file.

OBJ Export for SpaceClaim Publisher’s Description

OBJ Export for SpaceClaim is a Wavefront (.obj) file import add-in for SpaceClaim®. This add-in gives SpaceClaim the ability to export 3D solid and surface data from a SpaceClaim part or assembly document to 3d polygon meshes in a Wavefront OBJ file.
OBJ Export for SpaceClaim tessellates solid bodies in a SpaceClaim document into a set of triangular meshes. These meshes are then exported to a Wavefront OBJ file as mesh objects. The OBJ file can then be imported into a variety of CAD applications.
OBJ Export for SpaceClaim is very easy to use. It adds new commands to SpaceClaim. Once installed, it automatically loads itself into SpaceClaim and adds a new ribbon bar to SpaceClaim called “SYCODE” containing the newly added commands.
The ‘SYCODE’ ribbon bar consists of the following commands:
Export – Export a OBJ file.
Help – Display the OBJ Export for SpaceClaim help file.
Register – Register your copy of OBJ Export for SpaceClaim.
About – Display the OBJ Export for SpaceClaim About box.
The OBJ File Format
The OBJ file format is a geometry definition file format first developed by Wavefront Technologies for its Advanced Visualizer animation package. The file format is open and has been adopted by other 3D graphics application vendors, making it a universally accepted geometry file format. The OBJ file format is a simple data format that represents 3D geometry alone – namely, the position of each vertex, the texture coordinate associated with a vertex, the normal at each vertex, and the faces that make each polygon.

Detailed Description of OBJ Import for SpaceClaim 1.0

OBJ Import for SpaceClaim is a Wavefront (.obj) file import add-in for SpaceClaim?. This add-in gives SpaceClaim the ability to import polygon mesh data from Wavefront OBJ files.

OBJ Import for SpaceClaim reads polygon mesh data stored in OBJ files and imports it into SpaceClaim. A polygon mesh in an OBJ file is comprised of a set of triangular or quad faces. OBJ Import for SpaceClaim creates trimmed planar surfaces for each face and knits them together to create a solid. The solid is then cleaned up so that adjacent coplanar faces are merged in single trimmed planar faces. If the polygon mesh is closed (i.e. it does not contain boundary edges) then OBJ Import for SpaceClaim will create a closed solid feature, otherwise an open surface will be created.

OBJ Import for SpaceClaim is very easy to use. It adds new commands to SpaceClaim. Once installed, it automatically loads itself into SpaceClaim and adds a new ribbon bar to SpaceClaim called “SYCODE” containing the newly added commands.

The ‘SYCODE’ ribbon bar consists of the following commands:

Import – Import a OBJ file.
Help – Display the OBJ Import for SpaceClaim help file.
Register – Register your copy of OBJ Import for SpaceClaim.
About – Display the OBJ Import for SpaceClaim About box.

The OBJ File Format

The OBJ file format is a geometry definition file format first developed by Wavefront Technologies for its Advanced Visualizer animation package. The file format is open and has been adopted by other 3D graphics application vendors, making it a universally accepted geometry file format. The OBJ file format is a simple data format that represents 3D geometry alone – namely, the position of each vertex, the texture coordinate associated with a vertex, the normal at each vertex, and the faces that make each polygon.

 

OBJ Import for SpaceClaim is designed for:
WinOther,Win98,Win2000,WinXP,WinServer,WinVista,WinVista x64

OBJ Import for SpaceClaim has the following requirements :SpaceClaim 2007 and above

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