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Bonjour,

Je souhaite un fichier stl existant et pour le modifier pour pouvoir l'adapter à une autre pièce.

Je travaille sous Inventor 2015 pour créer mes pieces

Quelqu'un saurait si c'est possible ?

Si oui me donner la méthode à utiliser

J'ai cherché sur le net mais pas trouvé grand chose d'efficace

merci pour vos réponses

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Les fichiers .STL ne sont pas directement destinés à être modifiés.

Sketchup permet de le faire mais pour des fichiers très légers, c'est à dire avec le moins de facettes possibles.

Meshmixer permet d'ouvrir les .STL et les "retravailler" mais pas de manière "technique".

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Tout dépend de se que tu veut faire, je ne parlerai que de log gratuit :

- Blender pourra modifier le fichier en déplaçant les point.

- designspark mechanical, pourra lui réunir les triangle pour en faire des face pleine et pouvoir les éditer et les transformer (comme solidworks)

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