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Gcode (Ulticode) zu Modell

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Hallo zusammen

Ich hoffe ich bin hier richtig.

Ich habe einen Gcode (UltiGcode) in geschriebener form z.B. als .txt Datei.

Habe ich eine Möglichkeit diesen Code irgendwie in ein Modell zu verwandeln?

Der Code sieht ca. so aus:

;FLAVOR:UltiGCode;TIME:7819;MATERIAL:16327;MATERIAL2:0

;Layer count: 132;LAYER:0M107G0 F9000 X26.622 Y91.750 Z0.300;TYPE:SKIRTG1 F1800 X35.943 Y91.750 E1.39815G1 X35.943 Y98.848 E2.46285G1 X39.434 Y93.411 E3.43204G1 X40.502 Y91.750 E3.72825G1 X48.507 Y91.750 E4.92900G1 X48.507 Y118.250 E8.90400G1 X39.186 Y118.250 E10.30215G1 X39.186 Y111.152 E11.36685G1 X35.695 Y116.589 E12.33604G1 X34.627 Y118.250 E12.63225G1 X26.622 Y118.250 E13.83300.........................................

Für jede Hilfe wäre ich enorm Dankbar!

Vielen dank schon im voraus!

Grüsse

Tobi

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...also der GCode enthält ja eine vollständige Beschriebung des Modells. Rein technisch gesehen, sollte es möglich sein, sich aus diesem GCode jedes belibeige CAD-File-Format zu generieren.

Ob ers ein Program gibt, welches einem diese Arbeit abnimmt, weiss ich nicht, aber zumindest kann man sich das Modell, welches der GCode beschreibt im Webbrowser unter: http://gcode.ws/ anschauen ;)

Thomas

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